Rwanda’s AIDS-related deaths decrease 78% since 2005

Rwanda’s AIDS-related deaths decrease 78% since 2005

Rwanda has registered a 78% decrease of people succumbing to AIDS over the past 10 years. This was revealed in a two day science workshop in Kigali that showcased HIV key findings and discussed new recommendations towards fighting the virus, affirmed that between 2004 and…

Nyanza: Burundi refugees urged to keep own security

Nyanza: Burundi refugees urged to keep own security

Burundian refugees in Nyanza town of Nyanza district were called upon to participate in keeping security in their areas of residence. The call was made on August 10 during the meeting with Nyanza district mayor Abdallah Murenzi. This includes giving out useful information on other…

Why the world wants Kagame lead for more years

Why the world wants Kagame lead for more years

Foreigners living in Rwanda feel that the country has become a land of opportunities, thanks to the environment created by President Paul Kagame’s good leadership. The country’s habitable environment is further attributed to President Kagame’s   leadership that has marked with security, peace and good business…

New envoys pledge strong cooperation with Rwanda

New envoys pledge strong cooperation with Rwanda

The two new Ambassadors Park Yong-Min , South Korea and Frédérique Maria De Man Netherlands have pledged strong Cooperation with Rwanda. The envoys made remarks while presenting their letters of credence to Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame on August 14, in Kigali. After presenting their credentials,…

Rwanda reviews visa policy

Rwanda reviews visa policy

The Government of Rwanda has reviewed and updated its immigration visa regulations as provided by the law. The New Visa will take effect from Nov. 1st 2014 as approved by the cabinet on 15th Oct. 2014. Citizens from member countries of the East African Community…