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10 Feb 2022
On Monday, January 31, 2022, Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame and Commonwealth Secretary-General, The Rt. Hon. Patricia Scotland announced that the week of 20 June 2022 as the new date agreed with member countries for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) which would take place in Kigali, Rwanda.
28 Jan 2022
Rwanda said Friday it will reopen its land border with Uganda at the end of the month after a three-year closure, a major breakthrough in efforts to repair ties between the neighbours.
18 Jan 2022
Rwandan Salima Mukansanga became the first woman to referee an Africa Cup of Nations match when she oversaw the Group B clash between Guinea and Zimbabwe in Yaounde on Tuesday.
7 Jan 2022
It’s been six years since Capt. Hadi Sirika assumed leadership of the local aviation sector with a cabin-full of promises to transform the sector for good. If gains have been made
15 Dec 2021
Rwanda has detected its first six cases of the fast-spreading Covid-19 Omicron variant, prompting the government to escalate pandemic measures, including shutting down nightclubs and extending quarantines for international travellers.
3 Dec 2021
World ranking of countries that spend more during Christmas holidays has placed Nigeria among the top 14, with Nigerians spending an average of 16 per cent yearly income during the period.
22 Nov 2021
A former hotel driver goes on trial in Paris on Monday accused of complicity in Rwanda's 1994 genocide by transporting Hutu militiamen who massacred hundreds of Tutsis.
16 Nov 2021
Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, while declaring the 2021 Lagos International Trade Fair closed, assured investors of an improved business climate to make the state of Africa
27 Oct 2021
On Tuesday 26th of October 2021, and on the margins of the second African Union European Union Ministerial Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, which had in attendance about five hundred delegates including at least sixty-eight foreign affairs ministers of African and European nations, a side event took place which saw the Republic of Rwanda and the…
30 Sep 2021
A Rwandan court on Thursday sentenced a prominent YouTube commentator and genocide survivor to 15 years in prison for "inciting violence" after she hit out at President Paul Kagame on her channel.
25 Sep 2021
For almost a decade now, there has been a rise in recognition and appreciation of African beauty and fashion models all over the world, and in a bid to consolidate on the development
24 Sep 2021
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame on Friday began a two-day visit to Mozambique's insurgent-hit north, where he has sent 1,000 troops to help local soldiers fight jihadist militants.

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