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Bugesera FC will welcome Kiyovu Sports at Nyamata Sports Stadium in an intriguing Rwanda premier league week one fixture on Friday. Since the inception of the Rwanda premier league, the two teams have met eleven times with Bugesera winning twice, drawing four and losing five whereas Kiyovu has also won five, lost two and drawn four.

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Reading has many advantages, like making one more knowledgeable and, stimulating imagination. It is also said to reduce stress by 68%, as per a study by the University of Sussex.

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Pascal Dukuzumuremyi currently pays over 60 per cent more on milk than he used to about two months ago. The resident of Gasabo District is one of the many milk consumers feeling the pinch of the limited milk supply, which officials attributed to drought effects on dairy farming output.

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Environmental crime is an illegal act which directly harms the environment. The crime which is the fourth largest criminal activity in the world is increasing by five to seven per cent every year according to reports.

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HARARE- Teachers from Zimbabwe, who have been shortlisted to be recruited by Rwanda, are undergoing examinations across the southern African country under the supervision of officials from Rwanda’s education ministry.

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The Rwanda Handball Federation (Ferwahand) Secretary General Pascal Tuyisenge has said that everything is in order to ensure that the upcoming U-20 African Men’s Handball Championship becomes a successful one.

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The Fifth National Population and Housing Census enters its third day Thursday, August 18, with enumerators continuing to record data across the country.

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The 8th Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) successfully held last November started a new historic point for China-Africa relations.

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A new video of Rwandan socialite, Sandra Teta, emerged on social media platforms where she appeared thanking those that campaigned for her as she battled domestic abuse.

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Thomas 'Young' Nkusi, the legendary video jockey who popularised translating movies in the early 2000s, has died at the age of 40 after months battling liver complications in South Africa, where he was living with his family.

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The U-21 men's national team will be looking to wrap up its campaign on a positive note on Wednesday after losing the first two games at the 2022 African U-21 Championships in Tunisia.

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Members of the private sector have welcomed the entrance of Iwacu Finance, a new non-deposit lender, which was officially launched on Tuesday evening and joined the country’s fast expanding financial sector.

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HARARE- Teachers from Zimbabwe, who have been shortlisted to be recruited by Rwanda, are undergoing examinations across the southern African country under the supervision of officials from Rwanda’s education ministry.

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RWANDA’S DRILL and trap movement, Loud Sound Music, has finally released its second album dubbed 'Rwanda rw’Ejo 2' after a listening session of unreleased tracks on the album that was held last week at Shooters Lounge, Kigali.

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The death of Rwandan singer buravan, real name Yvan Burabyo, at age 27,  left his fans struggling to come to terms with the loss of one of R&B and Afrobeats stars that Rwanda ever had.

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Different enumerators deployed by the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR) are collecting information from Rwandans across the country as part of the ongoing national population and housing census.

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ON A VISIT TO SENEGAL AND RWANDA in June—my first trip to Africa since the pandemic began—I encountered example after example of African-born innovation.

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Bishop Célestin Hakizimana of Gikongoro Diocese has said that a steering committee will be established soon to help fast-track the implementation of the 10,000-seater basilica project in Kibeho Holy Land.

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A preferential trade scheme where the United Kingdom will extend tariff cuts on hundreds of export items from a number of developing countries including Rwanda, has been launched.

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There is a need for media practitioners within the region to report more responsibly, thus preventing hate speech in journalism, Audiovisual and Communication Regulators of Central African States (ECCAS) have reiterated.

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Early access to financial statements from public entities, and the powers to audit all specialised organs as provided for in the organic law on public finance, is expected to enhance the Auditor General’s checking work, according to a senior legislator.

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After successful auditions at district level, the second edition of Art Rwanda Ubuhanzi has reached a crucial stage with the provincial auditions now underway to select contestants who will represent their respective provinces at the national level.

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A question to ponder on, when you decide to call it quits at your workplace, what would you want to be remembered for?  Imagine acquiring a new job and your new employees fill you in about their former boss, just highlighting mostly his foul character and negativity, this means that people will talk about you whether you left a good or bad name.

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Singer Yvan Buravan has passed on in India, where he was undergoing treatment since the beginning of the month. His management announced in the wee hours of Wednesday, August 17, that the singer succumbed to pancreatic cancer.

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