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In 2018, three young Rwandans teamed up with a vision to bring Rwandan characters to life through comic books and illustrations for children and young people.

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We bring our reusable water bottle to work, the gym, and on hikes. At this point, they’re as essential as our cell phones and car keys when we leave the house every day.

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Annet Teta will never forget how she used to procrastinate when it came to revision, until the last minute.  Teta, a student in Kigali, explains that she wasn’t interested in reading even when the timetable was out — she was mostly engaged in chats with friends on social media and sometimes, preferred to watch her favourite movies instead of doing revision.

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Rwanda international and playmaker for Tanzania giants Young Africans, Haruna Niyonzima, will be out for at least five months following a serious knee injury he sustained last week.

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Students across the country would normally be preparing for the second term end of term examinations, commonly known as EOT, about now.

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Members of Parliament on Tuesday, July 21, expressed concerns over plans to reopen schools in September citing a spike in Covid-19 cases in recent days.

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There is an old Rwandan saying, “God spends the day elsewhere, but sleeps in Rwanda”. On July 4, 2020, India and the freedom loving world joined over 12 million Rwandans to commemorate “Kwibohora26” or the 26th Anniversary of Rwanda’s Liberation Day.

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THE UN SECRETARY-GENERAL Antonio Guterres rightly said that the Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of our world. “It has laid bare risks we have ignored for decades: inadequate health systems; gaps in social protection; structural inequalities; environmental degradation; the climate crisis,” he said.

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Annet Teta will never forget how she used to procrastinate when it came to revision, until the last minute.  Teta, a student in Kigali, explains that she wasn’t interested in reading even when the timetable was out — she was mostly engaged in chats with friends on social media and sometimes, preferred to watch her favourite movies instead of doing revision.

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The Gasabo Primary Court has remanded former Prime Minister, Pierre Damien Habumuremyi for 30 days to allow for investigations before his trial continues in substance.

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At the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Get Safe Online, a UK-based non-profit organisation, has launched a campaign to raise awareness on the importance of online safety in Commonwealth countries, including Rwanda.

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Rwanda's first three matches in the FIDE Online Olympiad 2020, to be held between July 22 and August 30, will start on July 29.

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Rwanda Development Board CEO, Clare Akamanzi, has said that the government has strengthened its system to test all staff of national parks, airport and hotels near touristic sites every two weeks for COVID-19 as Rwanda prepares to welcome international flights beginning August 1.

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President Paul Kagame has been ranked amongst the top, most conversational world leaders on Twitter, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic when global diplomacy went digital.

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A trip to Gatuna One Stop Border Post in Gicumbi District gives one an idea of the transformation that has happened in Rwanda in the past twenty six years since the country was liberated.

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One of the six villages of Kigali City that were put on lockdown last month in Kigali has been allowed to go back to normal life, while 3 more have been added on the lockdown list.

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Rwanda’s MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) industry has so far been hit by a $48 million (over Rwf45 billion) loss as a result of the global Covid-19 crisis, the Minister for Trade and Industry, Soraya Hakuziyaremye, has said.

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The executive secretary of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), has proposed to African heads of state that trading under this framework starts in January 2021, according to an official.

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LONDON – I have long criticized economics for its lack of realism, and for producing “models” of human behavior that are at best caricatures, and at worst parodies of the real thing.

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Rwanda’s MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) industry has so far been hit by a $48 million (over Rwf445 billion) loss as a result of the global Covid-19 crisis, the Minister of Trade and Industry, Soraya Hakuziyaremye has said.

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The executive secretary of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), has proposed to African heads of state that trading under this framework starts in January 2020, according to an official.

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The Ministry of Health on Monday, July 20 disclosed that voluntary testing services for Covid-19 will soon be accessible to the general public.

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A trip to Gatuna One Stop Border Post in Gicumbi District gives one an idea of the transformation that has happened in Rwanda in the past twenty six years since the country was liberated.

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When she was 15 years old, Umulisa (not real name) dropped out of school in order to support her mother fend for her five siblings.

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