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Recent articles by Julius:

Rwanda: Work With Right Values, Kagame Urges Government Officials

President Kagame cautioned Government officials against treating their jobs and institutions they run as if they own them. → Read More

Africa: Reproductive Health - First Lady Pushes for Policy Shift in the Continent

First Lady Jeannette Kagame has said that policy reforms, youth engagement and partnerships are key to enhancing adolescents' sexual and reproductive health in Africa. → Read More

Africa: Kagame - Progress Has Been Made Towards Reforming AU

President Paul Kagame told leaders from across Africa gathered in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, for the African Union Summit that a lot of progress has been made towards reforming the African Union (AU) - a process he has been leading since early 2017. → Read More

Rwanda's Macroeconomic Performance Strong, IMF Says

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday concluded the first review of Rwanda's programme supported by the IMF's Policy Consultation Instrument (PCI). → Read More

Rwanda: Lack of Electricity Limits Uptake of Technology in Schools

All primary and secondary schools in Rwanda were set to have adopted technology in teaching and learning by 2020 in a government bid that was aimed at digitising the education sector. → Read More

Russian frosty days, constant pork meat and nuclear technology

There are two homilies seemingly identical that have shaped my understanding to see things differently in the recent past, especially as I get to travel to meet different individuals and experience new horizons. “Akanyoni katagurutse ntikamenya iyo bweze” loosely translated as “A bird that doesn’t fly won’t tell where there is harvest” and “Ubwenge burarahurwa” which can be translated as “Wisdom… → Read More

Rwanda: Govt Seeks Investor to Manage Kigali Arena

The Government has issued a public notice calling for bids for the management of the recently inaugurated Kigali Arena. → Read More

Gashora girls design app to fight corruption

When Monica Kirabo, Angela Izi Nkusi, and Odile Abimana heard about a story of bribery that involved an innocent victim and a policeman, they knew it was something that needed to be addressed. The three young ladies are students of Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology. Two years ago, a friend told them the story of his father and how a policeman asked a bribe from him. "The father was… → Read More

Rwanda: Jérôme Gasana, Other Top Officials Arrested Over Misuse of Public Funds

Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has said it has arrested about eight top Government officials over misuse of public funds. → Read More

Jérôme Gasana, other top officials arrested over misuse of public funds

Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has said it has arrested about eight top Government officials over misuse of public funds. Jérôme Gasana, the former Director-General of the Workforce Development Agency (WDA) tops the list along with others from different institutions. Three more officials from WDA were arrested alongside Gasana, RIB said. This includes the former Project Coordinator, the… → Read More

Rwanda to Get Gold Rated Green Complex

As Rwanda positions itself to become a regional technology, financial services and conference hub, demand for the right infrastructure is growing. → Read More

Rwanda: Lifesaving Drones

When the Government entered into a partnership with Zipline in 2016, an American logistics startup, Rwanda became the first country in the world to use drones to deliver blood. → Read More

Africa: Countries Share Best Practices on Conservation

Private and public sector leaders have examined the current political situation in African states when it comes to conservation of environment. → Read More

Rwanda: Kagame Thanks Citizens on Conservation Efforts

President Paul Kagame on Friday applauded citizens of Musanze District and neighbouring areas for their role in conservation and encouraged them to continue the good work towards conservation of the environment, gorillas and other species. → Read More

Rwanda: Kwita Izina - the Names of the Newborn Gorillas

It was pomp as thousands of people, including conservationists, celebrities, and citizens gathered in Kinigi to witness the naming of the newborn mountain gorillas. → Read More

Rwanda: Inside the Country's 15-Year Journey of Gorilla Conservation

Hundreds of conservationists, celebrities and Rwandans will today ascend to Kinigi, at the foothill of the Virunga National Park in Musanze District to celebrate the conservation efforts in a ceremony that will be marked by the naming of baby gorillas. → Read More

Rwanda: Kwita Izina - Meet the 2019 Namers of 25 Baby Gorillas

Rwandans, conservationists, celebrities, and friends of Rwanda will today, Friday, head to Kinigi in Northern Province to witness the naming of the 25 mountain baby gorillas. → Read More

Rwanda: Kagame Opens State-of-the-Art Adventist Medical School

President Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette Kagame on Monday joined the inauguration of the School of Medicine of the Adventist University of East-Central Africa in Gasabo District. → Read More

Africa: Kagame Emphasises Private Sector Role in Development

President Paul Kagame on Wednesday told global leaders gathering in Japan's capital, Tokyo to put the private sector at the heart of strategy for prosperity. → Read More

Rwanda: Meet Elisabeth Nyirakaragire, the First Rwandan Doctor Treating Gorillas

Opinion - A trip to the Volcanoes National Park with Elisabeth Nyirakaragire is yet another long but quite gratifying trekking experience. → Read More