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President Paul Kagame yesterday urged Rwandan youth to challenge themselves in order to improve their lives.  The Head of State delivered the message to over 2,000 youths from across the country and the diaspora during a meeting at the Rusororo based Intare Conference Arena.

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Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency (RURA) has warned taxi cab drivers to clean up their operations and adopt digital billing machines amid the national drive to encourage digital payment systems.

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uppercase;letter-spacing:-.1pt" xml:lang="EN-US">According to a recent UN report (2019), “Sub-Saharan Africa will account for most of the growth of the world’s population over the coming decades, while several other regions will begin to experience decreasing population numbers”.

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After analysing the international and national economic and financial developments, the monetary policy committee of the National Bank of Rwanda has maintained the key repo rate – the rate used by the bank to control inflation – at 5 per cent.

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President Paul Kagame has on Wednesday met over 3,000 Rwandan youth from across the country and the diaspora at Intare Conference Arena in Rusororo Sector, Gasabo District.

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Military personnel from 26 countries around the globe on Wednesday started drills meant to help them improve their ability to work together during peacekeeping operations.

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Students undertaking nursing at Mount Kenya University have been equipped with skills on helping both mothers and children after delivery during a two-week session that concluded last week at the university’s headquarters in Kicukoro District.

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Rwanda National Police (RNP), on Tuesday, handed over about 3,000 medical insurance premiums (Mutuelle de Santé) to vulnerable people selected from different parts of the country.

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In high school, students are officially required to go to class. This is one of the biggest differences between college and high school.

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Before the advent of gas, cooking stoves relied on solid fuels such as coal or wood. The first gas stove, according to Wikipedia, an encyclopaedia, was developed by Zachäus Winzler in the 1820s.

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This Friday night, French Zouk sensation, Slaï, real name Patrice Sylvestre returns to Kigali for a concert dubbed Zouk Love Party, at Cadillac night club.

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Big Data is among the aspects of the 4th Industrial Revolution that is already picking the pace and across the world as firms seek to increasingly use data to improve productivity, efficiency and value.

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RWANDA’S steady progress seems to have rubbed people the wrong way that they can no longer hold themselves back. They seem to have run out of ammunition that they will now use anything as a weapon.

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A well-rounded school setting has different aspects. In an organised atmosphere, students learn a lot that is taught to them by their teachers.

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Assumpta Gasana and Nancy Ingabire Abayo are civil engineering students and the brains behind Sci-Touche, an initiative that seeks to leverage science-related curriculums into more practical applications through scientific experiments in schools.

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As Rwanda marks International Youth Day this week under the theme “Transforming Education”, it is a time when the world, governments, development actors and communities celebrate young people as a force for positive social change.

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uppercase;letter-spacing:-.2pt" xml:lang="EN-US">Yuan Jiajun, the Governor of China’s Zhejiang Province, is expected to visit Rwanda early next month along with other business delegates, China’s Ambassador to Rwanda, Rao Hongwei, said Tuesday.

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uppercase;letter-spacing:-.25pt" xml:lang="EN-US">It doesn’t look like the hub of an online bank. But that’s what the yellow and blue metal kiosk becomes when Albert Agane locks himself behind the metal bars every day at 6 a.m.

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uppercase;letter-spacing:-.1pt" xml:lang="EN-US">According to a recent UN report (2019), “Sub-Saharan Africa will account for most of the growth of the world’s population over the coming decades, while several other regions will begin to experience decreasing population numbers”.

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uppercase" xml:lang="EN-US">President Paul Kagame postponed the signing of Imihigo (performance contracts) for the current fiscal year 2019/20 in order to improve targets and include indicators related to improving housing and hygiene for citizens.

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uppercase;letter-spacing:-.15pt" xml:lang="EN-US">The national road safety campaign dubbed ‘Gerayo Amahoro’ was launched in schools on Tuesday as Rwanda National Police (RNP) and its partners shift focus to educating students on safe road usage.

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uppercase" xml:lang="EN-US">A mosquito bite is one of the unpleasant incidents that people want to avoid as it can result into a malaria infection, but new products developed by two pensioners seems to have a response.

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uppercase" xml:lang="EN-US">A group of nine Rwandans have filed a lawsuit against the Ugandan government at the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) seeking compensation for alleged arbitrary arrest, detention and torture by Ugandan security organs.

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The new 2019/2020 English Premier League season will not only bring fans cheering, it has already set off a global betting frenzy with more people hoping to become lucky in the multi-billion dollar industry.

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