Kigali City Council has given former residents of Rugenge (Kiyovu cy’Abakene) now resident in Batsinda up to the 31 April (next month) to have fully paid up for the houses in which they were relocated or else they will be evicted once again, according to relocated people we spoke to.
When it comes to cooking, the majority of Rwandans still rely on wood for fuel. To prevent the country from becoming treeless, we should start using wood efficiently, or turn to alternatives. Imagine a warehouse which covers the area of a football pitch, and which is a 100 meters high. This is a gigantic structure […]
Disgruntled senior students who failed their exams demand that their answers are marked once again. The National Examination Council, however, says there is no reason to do so, although there might be some mistakes in the results lists.
In a bid to beef up the hospitality sector, the Rwanda Development Board is set to classify hotels and restaurants.
With the growing number of tourists visiting the country, projections from Rwanda Development Board (RDB) indicate Rwanda will need to double the number of hotel rooms by 2012. Quality also needs to be improved.
In the process of updating its base stations, MTN will donate generators to the ministries of health and education.
In accordance with Rwanda’s language policy of turning English into the medium of communication and instruction, Macmillan Rwanda last week organized an English books exhibition.
The Nile Basin Discourse Forum (NBDF) last week presented to its stakeholders the achievements for the period from 2006 to 2008.
Dear reader, as you can see you are holding a new, renamed version of Focus.After three years in existence, we have decided to rename our publication The Rwanda Focus for at least two reasons. One is that the name Focus sounds more of a magazine title than a newspaper.
If the folks at Andrew Mwenda’s magazine The Independent want to insult Yoweri Museveni, that is their right. But they have no right to insult our intelligence.