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Fatuma Musanase was attending to her clients when I arrived at her meat shop in Kivumu cell of Busasamana sector, Nyanza district.

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Pregnancies among girls aged below 18 rose from 17,337 in 2017 to 19,832 a year after, according to official statistics. Beyond the numbers, these teenage parents, largely mothers face wide-ranging challenges, which has prompted the government to introduce various measure to control teen pregnancies; the latest among them being the proposal to allow teenagers who are 15 years and above to access contraceptives.

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Over 580 children from all parts of Rwanda taking part in the 13th National Children Summit have been urged to positively contribute to the fight against child abuse.

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The Rwanda Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has suspended a Kenyan-made Paracetamol drug over quality issues and ordered actors in the pharmaceutical sector to recall stock as more investigations are being undertaken.

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MTN Rwanda has become the first telecom in Rwanda to comply with the new legislation regarding the financing of the Community Based Health Insurance (Mutuelle de Santé) through contributing 2.5 per cent of their turnover to subsidise the scheme.

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European Union has announced a €10.3 million (Rwf10.4bn) support to the Emergency Transit Mechanism (ETM) in Rwanda that accommodates refugees evacuated from Libya.

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The Gambian Minister of Defence, Sheikh Omar Faye, is leading a delegation to Rwanda on a study tour, with a view to successfully implement their own restructuring and security sector reform processes.

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The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Economy and Trade has asked the government to start fixing the amount of money that public transport operators from upcountry pay to their cooperatives.

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Formed in 2004, Ingoma Nshya, an all-female group of drummers, is celebrating their 15th anniversary, with the launch of their new project, “I have a drum.

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Kigali – On average, 80 per cent of your life, someone has told you or you have told someone to “follow their passion” a song that has echoed in our ears as a cure to life problems.

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The second edition of the women’s preseason volleyball tournament has been scheduled on the weekend of December 7-8 at Amahoro Stadium, Times Sport has learned.

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Rwanda’s top swimmer Issiak Bebeto Irankunda has been awarded a one-year scholarship by the world swimming governing body (FINA) to train at the High-Performance Swimming Centre in Dakar, Senegal.

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Graduates from Davis College, Akilah campus have been urged to be competitive and work hard towards achieving the change they want to see.

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Corneille Musabyimana noticed a hunch with the current teaching culture. He observed that a number of instructors disregard the use of illustrations yet they are very important when it comes to teaching science subjects.

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With leaders Police resuming their Rwanda Premier League campaign against Etincelles later this week, striker Antoine Dominique Ndayishimiye has vowed to pick up from where he left off before the international break.

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Last week, students under the body of Medical Students Association in Rwanda (MEDSAR) organised a healthy community outreach in Bumbogo sector, Gasabo District.

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Despite being rather small in size and unobtrusive at times, a belt can definitely make or break an outfit. The Journal reveals that the earliest documentation of male belts goes all the way back to the Bronze Age between 3300 and 1200 BCE.

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Parents have been advised to ensure their children don’t indulge in unproductive activities during the long holiday. The call was made by Dr Laetitia Nyinawamwiza while addressing parents in Musanze District and neighbouring areas.

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There is a letter circulating on the internet that should be a good source for sincere research in the Rwandan political history that many so-called experts find it convenient to ignore.

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Aside from some senior three and six candidates who are still doing their final examinations, the term for most schools has ended, and students have been sent home for the longest annual break on the school calendar — the two-month end of year holiday.

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The Rwandan government is set to commission a study on the possibilities of using methane gas for cooking.  The Government’s plan, which was disclosed at a meeting with development partners on Tuesday, is informed by the fact that most Rwandans still rely on wood fuel for cooking.

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The owners of Dubai Ports (DP) World Kigali Logistics Platform, a new modern inland cargo handling facility, are considering the feasibility of running it as a regional e-commerce hub.

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There are things we generally hold to be true because they have either been proved to be fact, or have been passed down as such, or they have always been like that and become conventional wisdom.

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President Paul Kagame on Tuesday made case for Africa’s business environment, saying the continent is ripe for investments from countries like Germany and others from the European Union (EU) area.

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Nearly half a million people in Bugesera District will no longer have to lineup in long queues for medical services at Nyamata Hospital by the end of this fiscal year in June 2020 thanks to funding from Japan to upgrade the hospital facility.

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It’s that time of the year again for the Miss World pageant contest! The New Times has you covered with the date, location as well as the Rwandan representative.

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Senate President Dr Augustin Iyamuremye on Tuesday told delegates at the ongoing 38th session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly in Kigali that they must seize the opportunity, to reflect deeply on regional and global issues.

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Rwanda is set to host the second edition of Kigali Audio Visual Forum, which is slated for 27th through 28 this month with focus on how to boost content development for the television and film industry of Africa and beyond.

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Senate President Dr Augustin Iyamuremye on Tuesday told delegates at the ongoing 38th session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly in Kigali that they must seize the opportunity, to reflect deeply on regional and global issues.

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A Ugandan blogger has penned an ‘open letter’ to the country’s President Yoweri Museveni over the current impasse between Uganda and Rwanda, outlining a list of hostile activities by Kampala against the Rwandan government.

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