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A school data management system that has started being used in public and private schools is expected to address the issue of delays in disbursement of the Government financial support to schools, the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning has said.

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Rwanda last weekend marked the 26th Liberation Day anniversary, a celebration of an end of the brutal regime that presided over three decades of misrule which culminated in the Genocide against the Genocide.

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Former Prime Minister Dr Pierre-Damien Habumuremyi is in debt amounting to over Rwf1.5bn owed to different creditors including suppliers, employees and commercial banks among others.

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Former Prime Minister Dr Pierre-Damien Habumuremyi is in debt amounting to over Rwf1.5bn owed to different creditors including suppliers, employees and commercial banks among others.

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Rayon Sports have confirmed the singing of Rwanda international Olivier Kwizera in a deal that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2020/21 season.

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Prologue Full of ignorance of and bias against China, some people from the US and other Western countries have recently made groundless accusations against and disseminated many fallacies about China’s human rights conditions concerning Hong Kong, COVID-19, and Xinjiang.

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The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning has said that recently-approved subsidies will help the government to fix the growing funding gaps that have been affecting the community-based health insurance scheme – Mutuelle de Santé.

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It’s now about 100 days since Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Kigali stopped operation to curb the spread of covid 19. This left many workers jobless.

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Over the years, books have been regarded as an important media for the development and promotion of students. In fact, experts believe that they act as catalysts for the advancement of a nation.

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On July 4, residents of Gahanga sector in Kicukiro District witnessed with excitement the unveiling of a new school. The assembly, said to have cost about Rwf2.5 billion, is called G.S Karembure.

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YouTube is one of the largest and most popular video distribution platforms on the internet. It has more than 4 billion hours’ worth of video viewers every month, and an estimated 500 hours of video content are uploaded to YouTube every passing minute.

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It is said that a kid’s education starts from home. Parents are the first teachers and have a key role in shaping character.

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Workforce Development Authority (WDA) has announced that the Rwf2.4bn project to construct Kigali Hospitality Management Institute in Kigali which had hit an impasse has been revived and construction works could be completed by August this year.

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It’s now about 100 days since Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Kigali stopped operations to curb the spread of Covid-19. This left many workers jobless.

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People were broken, and the country was in turmoil. People were not interested in investing in business and the few who did trade had to get goods from neighbouring countries.

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As the continent celebrates Africa Integration Day, one can safely say that although some countries have shown goodwill towards that end, the road is still bumpy.

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The 1994 Genocide against Tutsi brought Rwanda to her knees. In the eyes of many people, including Rwandan themselves, reconstructing the country was a dream that was not easy to realise.

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ANDRÉ Casa Mbungo, the newly appointed Gasogi United’s head coach, is keen on improving his team ahead of the 2020-21 campaign in a bid to finish in the top four.

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Rwanda Athletics Federation (RAF) has reassured athletes and fans that the 16th Kigali International Peace Marathon will take place this year and October 4 has been set as the tentative date for the competition.

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Rwandan hip-hop artiste, Grace DaQueen has been off the music scene for quite some years now.  The singer, real name Grace Muhawenimana, who had launched her music career in 2010 threw in the towel to focus on raising her family and venture into farming in Zambia where she is currently based.

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President Paul Kagame has reinstated Jean Marie Gatabazi as Governor of the Northern Province, according to a statement by the Prime Minister's Office.

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Today the world is committed to promoting inclusive education as a key strategy for the development of ‘Education for All’ (EFA). The ‘Salamanca Statement’ and its ‘Framework for Action’ endorsed by 92 governments and 25 international organisations at the ‘World Conference on Special Needs Education’, June 1994 in Salamanca, Spain, proclaims that every child has unique characteristics, interests, abilities, and learning needs — and that “those with special educational needs must have access to regular schools which should accommodate them with a child centred pedagogy capable of meeting those needs.

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Rwanda on Tuesday,July 7, reported 59 new Covid-19 cases and 20 recoveries. Of the new cases, said the Ministry of Health in a statement, 49 cases were confirmed in Kigali and included residents of Kigali Transit Centre and those in villages of Kicukiro district which are currently under lockdown.

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President Paul Kagame has reinstanted Jean Marie Gatabazi as Governor of the Northern Province, according to a statement by the Prime Minister's Office.

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