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Inspired By Rwanda, Mrs Blair Tells Men, Stop Beating Wives

Inspired By Rwanda, Mrs Blair Tells Men, Stop Beating Wives

Cherie Blair, the wife to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has told men to stop beating their wives, saying the practice drags family progress. “It’s time for good men to tell other men who beat their wives and drink the family money that it’s no longer acceptable.” She made the remarks in U.S. during […]

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Children weather issues: Out in the cold

Children weather issues: Out in the cold

Cold weather also brings a more unpleasant event which is the cold and flu season! Although coughs and sneezes are practically unavoidable during the cold months. During the cold freezing, it seems natural to allow children to play outside. However, during rainy season, parents should be more hesitant to send children outside. With this weather […]

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Kigali’s Lady Motorist challenging Traditions

CLAUDINE Nyaramajyambere is no ordinary Rwandan woman; the mother of three vibrant young boys has defied all odds to succeed in a trade, “naturally” described as meant for men. When one sees this ambitious lady carry goods and passengers on her motorbike, a feeling of awe and suspense will quickly grip you Born in 1981 […]

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Ms. Geek: Rwanda’s Search for High Tech Girl

Ms. Geek: Rwanda’s Search for High Tech Girl

Rwanda is known to be home to some of the most beautiful women in the world. And, the search for the finest girl to crown “Miss Rwanda”, is one of the most intense beauty contests there is. Both local and international judges assemble to assess the beauty pageants on their poise, critical thinking, and social […]

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Miss Geek: Rwanda’s Search for High Tech Girl

Miss Geek: Rwanda’s Search for High Tech Girl

Rwanda is known to be home to some of the most beautiful women in the world. And, the search for the finest girl to crown “Miss Rwanda”, is one of the most intense beauty contests there is. Both local and international judges assemble to assess the beauty pageants on their poise, excellent social skills and an […]

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Kagame Says Violence against Women isn’t Rwandan

Kagame Says Violence against Women isn’t Rwandan

Rwanda President, Paul Kagame has warned against Gender Based Violence (GBV) saying that government will harshly punish the offenders. “Violence against women is not in Rwandan culture. We have the responsibility to apply the law. It should be clear that Rwandans need to respect each other and their spouses,” said Kagame. Speaking at an International […]

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AVEGA boss backs Kagame for third term

AVEGA boss backs Kagame for third term

Celestine Uwimpaye, the coordinator of Association of Widows of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide (AVEGA) in Western Province has backed the change of Rwanda’s constitution to allow president Kagame stand again for 2017 presidential elections. “The 1994 genocide against Tutsis left many women widowed and destitute but with the support of our visionary president Paul Kagame […]

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Rwandan women on the frontline of fighting poor values – Ambassador Karabaranga

The Embassy of Rwanda in The Hague has highlighted the country’s  substantial progress towards gender empowerment and 64 per cent female representation in parliament; ranking Rwanda the first in female representation Worldwide. Stressing on Rwanda’s achievements, Ambassador Jean Pierre Karabaranga said Rwanda is becoming day by day one of the best places to be and […]

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Tips on creating that bedroom you desire most

Tips on creating that bedroom you desire most

Most of us ladies, often try too much to have that perfect bedroom that is the oasis of rest and escape, that brings out the aura of peace, comfort and, of course, romance. Our bedrooms are centre of our lives, a place we go for privacy and where most of our time are spent, to […]

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Gakenke: Women celebrate social development

Gakenke: Women celebrate social development

Women in Gakenke district commended the government for granting them freedom of speech in addition to taking part in social economic development of the country. Women revealed this on March 8, during the event to celebrate Women’s Day in Gakenke district. This is because a woman’s place was at home according to the culture and […]

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Gakenke: Abagore barashishikarizwa kurushaho kurangwa n’isuku

Gakenke: Abagore barashishikarizwa kurushaho kurangwa n’isuku

Abagore bo mu karere ka Gakenke barashishikarizwa kurushaho kurangwa n’isuku yaba ku mubiri cyangwa se no mungo zabo kuko aribo […]

Inspired By Rwanda, Mrs Blair Tells Men, Stop Beating Wives

Inspired By Rwanda, Mrs Blair Tells Men, Stop Beating Wives

Cherie Blair, the wife to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has told men to stop beating their wives, saying […]

Rusizi: Abagore n’urubyiruko barasabwa kubyaza amahirwe bafite ikigega cya BDF

Rusizi: Abagore n’urubyiruko barasabwa kubyaza amahirwe bafite ikigega cya BDF

Hagamijwe kugirango amahirwe yashyiriweho urubyiruko n’abagore mu kubateza imbere abyazwe umusaruro ikigega BDF gifasha ba Rwiyemezamirimo kubona ingwate kirakangurira ibi […]

Children weather issues: Out in the cold

Children weather issues: Out in the cold

Cold weather also brings a more unpleasant event which is the cold and flu season! Although coughs and sneezes are […]

Gakenke: Abagore barishikarizwa kurushaho kurangwa n’isuku kugirango bafashye umuryango

gakenke district

Abagore bo mu karere ka Gakenke barashishikarizwa kurushaho kurangwa n’isuku yaba ku mubiri cyangwa mu ngo zabo kuko aribo ireba […]

Rusizi: Umuryango w’ibihigu by’ibiyaga bigari CEPGL watangiye gutaha ibikorwa by’iterambere ry’abagore

Rusizi: Umuryango w’ibihigu by’ibiyaga bigari CEPGL watangiye gutaha ibikorwa by’iterambere ry’abagore

Mu rwego rwo korohereza  abagore bakora ubucuruzi bwambukiranya Imipaka, umuryango w’ibihugu by’ibiyaga Bigari CEPGL watashye isoko Rihuriweho n’imipaka y’ibihugu by’uburundi […]