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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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Rwanda Coffee Farmers Federation (RCCF) has secured Rwf60 million in funding for adopt internationally accepted coffee packaging bags that will enable them to leverage coffee export on global markets.

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For the past decade, Rwanda has achieved impressive economic growth through structural transformation. Its political and macroeconomic stability, friendly business environments, and attractiveness for investors are all contributing factors to Rwanda’s economic growth.

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When thinking of the global health and financial crisis that is not showing any signs of fading, two well-known sayings come to mind.

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ADIL Erradi has warned his APR players that the forthcoming season is going to be a ‘busy and tough’ campaign. Speaking at a press conference on Sunday, July 19, the Moroccan tactician said that he had confidence in his players to impress in the 2020-21 Caf Champions League and on domestic scene, but he also acknowledged they have to step up their game.

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The local rugby governing body (RRF) is optimistic about organising competitions starting with September as they wait for a green-light from the Ministry of Sports.

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Two-time champions Gisagara Volleyball Club have reportedly reached advanced talks with three star players, including centre-blocker Fred Musoni. The other two are left-attacker Yves Mutabazi and right-attacker Samuel ‘Tyson’ Niyogisubizo.

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Women in agribusiness from Bugesera District are set to start exporting vegetables following the investment in irrigation enabling them produce outside the limitations of agricultural seasons.

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Promoting regional and domestic tourism could revive the revenue sharing scheme across the country enabling communities get past the impact of Covid-19 in the tourism sector which has suspended community support projects, Rwanda Development Board has said.

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