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Rwandans in Netherlands Commemorate Genocide Against Tutsi

Rwandans in Netherlands Commemorate Genocide Against Tutsi

Rwandans in cooperation with the International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague organized the 22nd commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Organised under the theme ‘Fighting Genocide Denial”, the event was attended by more than 100 participants including; students, professors, teachers, friends of Rwanda, Rwandan nationals living in the Netherlands and many others. […]

Incompetent Lawyers Sink Rwanda Government Into Losses

The government of Rwanda is losing at least Rwf1 billion every year in court battles due to incompetence of its lawyers. According to the Justice Minister Johnston Busingye, government has won 67% of cases in the past years and only increased by 7%. He said the gap remains big. Government has been paying at least […]

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Dutch Lawyer Expelled From Rwanda Begins to Undermine Genocide

A Dutch lawyer Caroline Buisman who was asked to leave Rwanda last month after immigration officials found she was misusing her tourist visa, has embarked on a mission to undermine 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. Just two weeks after arriving in her home country, Buisman has gone on rampage. She is publicly mocking the 1994 […]

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Turkey Opens Embassy in Kigali

Turkey has sent its foreign affairs minister to officially open their embassy in the Rwanda’s capital Kigali. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu the minister of foreign affairs of Turkey arrived today for a one day visit, raised the Turkish flag at the embassy located at Kimihurura sector in Gasabo disitrict. Rwandans have been going to Kampala to obtain […]

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Germans Close Business in Rwanda After Half Century Lease Expires

Once a powerful facility in the region, the German owned Deutsche Welle radio center at Kinyinya hill outside Kigali is finally and completely shutting down. It’s no more. In 1965, Rwanda leased 68.4 hectares on Kinyinya hill for fifty years to the Germans- that later  set up a massive facility to boost Deutsche Welle, Germany’s […]

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Eight point new agenda for Africa’s Competitiveness launched

As the continent struggles through shocks of falling commodity prices and decline of oil prices, the close of the world Economic Forum on Africa in Kigali has seen the launch of an eight point agenda. The agenda World Economic Forum, African Development Bank, OECD and World Bank is expected to raise levels of economic competitiveness […]

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Africa Considering Rwanda’s Magic On Women Inclusion

Africa’s men should not pride in dominating women because this doesn’t mean they are smarter, President Paul Kagame has warned. “Our problem is women are behind the men and the men are behind the rest of the world,” Kagame said during a panel discussion on Africa’s fourth Industrial Revolution at the World Economic Forum on […]

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Remembering Politicians As Commemoration Week Ends

The Rwanda flag will tomorrow be raised to full mast and the country will return to normal business. Events for the commemoration of genocide against Tutsi end today. Rwandans and friends of Rwanda will gather at Rebero memorial site in Kicukiro district this evening where politicians were massacred during the genocide for going against bad […]

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Prevent Genocide ideology through publications— Education Minister

The Minister of Education Dr. Papias Musafiri urged Rwandans to engage in more publications about the history of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi as a means of fighting its ideology, spread through a similar way by the perpetrators. Dr. Musafiri was addressing staff from the ministry and affiliated institutions during the 22nd commemoration of […]

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Rwanda’s Maximum Security Prison Turns Into Museum

Rwanda’s largest and oldest maximum security prison, commonly known as 1930, will become a Museum by June this year. Kigali Central Prison, located in the heart of Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, is going to be a touristic site for both local and foreign visitors to learn more about the country through this historic facility. Kigali City […]

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