Although Microsoft has so far failed to lay its hands on Yahoo!, the possibility of a take-over still looms large. Rwandan web designers are crossing their fingers, hoping it will never happen. When, a few weeks back, it was announced that Microsoft had put out an offer to buy Yahoo!, it came as no big […]
The majority of counties in Sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia and South America are burdened by parasitic diseases referred to as neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) because, despite causing a significant burden to about two billion people, NTDs do not attract much attention in terms of funding.
George Bush came to Rwanda on the second stop of his African tour, and Rwandans aren’t likely to forget it any time soon. The American president came with boundless energies and enthusiasm for work he has been promoting to combat HIV/Aids and other easily curable disease such as malaria.
The Ministry of Public Service and Labor has embarked on a five year nation-wide job promotion program. Moreover, the Ministry is proposing to increase working hours from 45 to 48 hours a week, something that most public servants are wary of.
In a bid to improve the security of the endangered mountain gorillas, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Uganda have launched a major joint conservation program in the Central Albertine rift.
The Rwanda association of local government authorities (Ralga) has launched an anti-corruption campaign which is aimed at sensitizing the population on the effects and dangers regarding corruption.
The Nile Basin Discourse Forum (NBDI) last week organized a workshop aimed at enhancing capacity building concerning water management and protection of the Nile Basin.
After a number of months out of circulation, Charles Kabonero has a new issue of Umuseso on the streets. And now it seems – from what is in the newspaper – that Kabonero, plus his sidekick Didas Gasana, may be serving the interests of FDLR/Interahamwe.
Another European judge has taken it upon himself, without ever stepping in Rwanda, to indict this country’s top leaders and senior members of its military on allegations of horrific crimes.
He is an engineering student, a graphic designer and a radio presenter. And now, he has published his first collection of poems, Poésie Subtile (subtle poetry). At the age of 20, Olivier Kamali is living proof that one can achieve much in life, if one has the willingness, ability and opportunity to do so. After […]