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Rwandan music star Bruce Melodie is confident that his music and Rwandan music will sweep airwaves in the East African region after Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho was spotted singing one of his major hits "Katerina".

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Rwandan music star Bruce Melodie is confident that his music and Rwandan music will sweep airwaves in the East African region after Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho was spotted singing one of his major hits "Katerina".

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APR have unveiled five new players as the army side continue to beef up ahead of the 2020-21 season, during which they will also represent the country in the Caf Champions League.

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Dentist recommend brushing the teeth gently at least two to three times a day. Failure to do so, can lead to a variety of diseases, like health experts explain below.

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The National Centre for Blood Transfusion (NCBT) normally conducts regular campaigns sensitising people to respond to the noble cause of saving lives.

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Feeling blue? Can’t seem to find the energy to get out bed? Having trouble focusing on anything? You may assume its depression.

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Plums can be large or small, with red, purple, green, purple flesh. Plum is a fruit of the subgenus prunus of the genus prunus.

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Rwanda international Abdul Rwatubyaye has said that he is rooting for consistency after registering a man-of-the-match performance for his US-based side Colorado Springs Switchbacks over the weekend Rwatubyaye put up a crisp show at the heart of the defence in addition to an injury-time equaliser as he helped his team to a 3-all draw against Rio Monarch SLC on Saturday in the USL Championship – the United States’ second tier.

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The National Paralympic Committee (NPC) has announced that leagues and all other competitions for disability sports have been cancelled for the 2019-20 season.

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In mid-June, Goethe-Institut Kigali posted a call for application targeting artists, who are based in Rwanda for digital mini-productions of up to 1 minute.

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Traditional music stars have been left in shock following the passing of National Ballet Urukerereza’s longest-serving traditional singer and dancer Yahaya Munyanshongore, who died on Friday evening at Kibagabaga Hospital, in Gasabo District.

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The first day of reopening of places of worship saw scores of Christians flock church services across Kigali, prompting some faith-based leaders to turn some of the worshippers back.

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A series of tough requirements will soon be imposed on all higher learning institutions and investors in the sector in order to ensure the quality education is not compromised, the Higher Education Council has announced.

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Gabiro Agribusiness Hub Project, which seeks to greatly develop Rwanda’s farming sector, will receive the larger share of the 2020/2021 agriculture budget, the Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources has said.

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A cabinet meeting last week approved the reopening for service for churches, cathedrals, mosques and other places of worship. However, the government ordered that each must be vetted by local authorities against set health guidelines to ensure the reopening does not erode the gains made towards fighting the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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ADDIS ABABA, July 18 (Xinhua) -- The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) on Saturday said that 40 African countries are under full border closure due to concerns related to the rapid spread of Covid-19 in Africa.

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WASHINGTON, July 18 (Xinhua) -- World Bank Group President David Malpass on Saturday urged the Group of 20 (G20) countries to extend the time frame of the Debt Service Suspension Initiative through the end of 2021, calling it one of the key factors in strengthening global recovery.

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Rwanda on Saturday, July 18 recorded her fifth Covid-19 death. The deceased was an 88-year-old woman. “Condolences to the family of the 88-year-old woman who passed away in Nyamasheke,” the Ministry of Health said in its daily update on the pandemic.

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President Paul Kagame on Saturday, July 18 paid tribute to John Lewis, a civil rights icon and Congressman of the United States who passed away on Friday, July 17 at the age of 80.

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Rayon Sports have confirmed that Yannick Bizimana has left the club nearly two months after it was announced that the striker joined rivals APR.

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As far as the Covid-19 pandemic is concerned, it was quite an eventful week on the local and regional turfs. With both Burundi and Tanzania still holding the coronavirus cards close to their chests, it is impossible to gauge the true situation there.

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On Wednesday, the cabinet appointed dozens of officials, some of them to high-profile roles, including a Permanent Secretary, CEO, Directors-General, Board chairpersons and members, among others.

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Four companies in the City of Kigali have been slapped up with fines that amount to Rwf250,000. Those businesses had hiked prices of some food products and construction materials, intentional use of unapproved weighing scales, and issuance of illegal invoices.

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The Ministry of Local government on Friday issued new guidelines to which places of worship must abide ahead of reopening. The guidelines follow the government’s decision to give places of worship greenlight to reopen after over four months of closure, which was part of the effort to contain Covid-19.

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