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The travel ristriction on Rubavu District that has been in place since early June, has been lifted following an evaluation of the Covid-19 situation in the country.

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Covid-19 may be a “100-year storm” in terms of pandemics, but the probabilities of having to confront another consequential crisis (global or localized) while we are still in recovery is probable.

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The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed the postponement of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) and major changes for the current Champions League and Confederation Cup campaigns.

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Rwanda international Meddie Kagere has tipped Simba SC for a local double this season after inspiring his side to the Tanzania Premier League title over the weekend.

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Since the eruption of Covid-19, schools around the world have adjusted to teaching and learning online.  However, this transition, experts say, poses a range of online safety risks for students, teachers and parents.

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Hundreds of years ago scientists realised they could measure changes in temperature by using primitive glass devices filled with liquids that expanded when they were warm and contracted when they cooled.

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Anciently, future paths and career options were predetermined by race, class and ethnicity. Education systems in Africa were shaped for homogeneous groups of students with a narrow range of career options.

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Every July 1, the world celebrates the International Reggae Day, also known as, “July One” that celebrates the great Jamaican music and global reggae fraternity.

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Recently, I visited the Lantos Foundation website, where Paul Rusesabagina is on their list of their Human Rights prize recipients. This leads me to believe that the President of the Lantos Foundation, Katrina Lantos Swett, and Lantos’ board members, do not follow developments in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.

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Bank of Kigali has launched a financial literacy clinic, an educative and entertaining program that seeks to provide financial literacy to the youth.

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Karen Akumuntu was only 13 years old when her paternal aunt ordered her to take food to a man who lived in the house next door.

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Rwanda and Burundi are today celebrating 58 years of independence from Belgium. But what is there to celebrate? Back in the 1950s when many African countries were agitating for independence, there was an atmosphere of excitement.

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Rwanda National Police (RNP), on Tuesday, June 30, officially bade farewell to 261 officers, who were retired and discharged honorably from active service, last week.

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