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Efforts channelled toward promotion of unity over the past two decades have given Rwandans unequalled chances to work hard and ushered them into an era of peace, growth and prosperity, residents in the eastern district of Gatsibo said. The
Gelling comes to replace Benedict Llewellyn-Jones who has been in Kigali for the last three years. According to a statement from the British government, Jones will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment.
Two milk processing plants have been closed down by the Rwanda Bureau of Standards for flouting safety standards. Philip Nzaire, the standards body quality assurance director, said Rubirizi Dairy in Kicukiro District and Nyanza milk processing plant
In Summary The hotel is run by the diocese of Ruhengeri, and Father Ferdinand Hagabimana, a soft spoken priest, is the man in charge. Father Ferdinand added two restaurants, increased the bed capacity to 100, and built a bar area. Construction work
The district scored an overwhelming 99.44 percent; beating 30 districts, making a stunning difference after being listed in the last position in the previous performance contracts for the year 2011-2012.
The mayor said this on Wednesday the 25 th Sept 2013 when a large number of people were given certificates for learning how to read and write...These rewards included radios, hoes and jerry cans. In the function to celebrate the achievements of
Kigali Yesterday, the government of Rwanda signed a mining concession license with Pella Rwanda Resources Ltd to undertake mining operations in Rwamagana District. The agreement, worth of USD 22 million, will go for a period of five years and permit
Rwanda (AFP) A grenade attack in the Rwandan capital Kigali killed three people, police said Saturday, after a third victim succumbed to his injuries. "Two people died immediately last night and a third has died in hospital since then," police
According to the Ministry of Local government which oversees the exercise, the national evaluation team is composed of senior officials and experts from different institutions, both public and private, as well as the civil society.
According to the Tourism and Conservation Department at the Rwanda Development Board (RDB), this year's naming ceremony will feature twelve new born babies and one family.