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Products such as milk may contain antibiotics residues may cause of numerous health hazards.

RBS urges food processors to audit safety systems

Posted on 27 November 2015

Very few of the foods that Rwandans commonly eat have been subject to any toxicological testing and yet they are generally accepted as being safe to eat. However, all chemicals, including those naturally found in foods, are toxic at some dose Processors dealing in animal foodstuff products have been told to test for antibiotic residues […]

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How to get rid of common home smells

Posted on 17 November 2015

Air fresheners are used more often by some because they do clear the air thought they don’t last long. Having a stinky home can be a big problem when it’s not dealt with. Whether you are getting your home ready to sell or simply want to come home to a sweet smelling space, you might […]

Genocide Widows Urgently Need Houses, Despite Jeannette Kagame’s Effort

Genocide Widows Urgently Need Houses, Despite Jeannette Kagame’s Effort

Posted on 11 November 2015

Kayenzi village in Kamonyi district is known for producing sweet and juicy yellow pineapples. Early morning, farmers are seen attending to their gardens on the surrounding hills beautifully decorated by the pineapples. The village trading center about 9km from the Kigali-Huye highway has about five small shops. Several students from a nearby technical school in […]

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Gicumbi: Youth construct house for the vulnerable

Posted on 05 November 2015

Youth in Nyarubuye cell of Bwisijye sector, last week, constructed a house three house for vulnerable family, in the area, as part of activities to launch the Youth week in the district. Nyirabikari Margarita, 70, one of the beneficiaries, said that she had been living in a dilapidated house for several years. “We thank the […]


Only Two Mayors Have Survived Imihigo Wrath In 10 Years

Posted on 31 October 2015

A district mayor who has served five-years of their tenure could be on the highway to permanent glory. Only two mayors have managed to survive the strict performance contracts for the past ten years. In March, 2006, President Paul Kagame decided to decentralize governance and each of the thirty districts elected a mayor to coordinate […]


Nyabihu Disabled Get Wheelchairs

Nyabihu Disabled Get Wheelchairs

Posted on 29 October 2015

Ten persons with disabilities in Nyabihu district recently received wheelchairs, donated by the Chance for Childhood launched the Education, Equality and Empowerment (EEE) project. Alexandre Sahunkuye, the vice mayor for social affairs in Nyabihu district urged beneficiaries to use the donations effectively to ease movement and improve their living conditions. The mayor also added that […]

Rusizi: Heavy rains destroy houses and crops

Rusizi: Heavy rains destroy houses and crops

Posted on 28 October 2015

  Heavy rains characterized by hailstorm on Tuesday destroyed more than five residential houses and several hectares of crops in different sectors of Rusizi District. According to local leaders, the most affected areas were Gashonga sector where coffee trees which farmers say had reached flowering stage, were destroyed. Frederic Harerimana, mayor of Rusizi district said […]

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Rwandans Could Dial To Consult The Doctor

Posted on 20 October 2015

Next year Rwandans will just tap on their mobile phones to make consultations on their particular medical situation. Babylon health, a Europe based firm has this morning announced intentions to expand its services to Rwanda saying its “a priority country in Africa”. The company integrates ICT solutions to health services. Subscribers using these applications can […]


Ngoma: Schools to install lightning rods

Posted on 14 October 2015

  Parents and students commended school administrations over the decision to install lightning rods to prevent thunderbolts. This comes after lightning struck 20 students in Nyamugali Secondary School leaving them hospitalised. Students revealed that every time it’s about to rain, students panic and others missed school intentionally. Cecile Uwase, form six student at Nyamugali secondary […]


Rwanda Is Most Well Governed Country In EAC

Posted on 07 October 2015

Rwanda is the most well governed country in the East African region, according to‘Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) Index. This year’s index says Rwanda scored 60% indicating an improvement in overall governance since 2011. Kenya scored 58%, Tanzania 56%, Uganda 54%, Burundi 45%, and South Sudan managed to score only 20%. Compared to other […]