How Miners Trapped Underground for Three Days Were Finally Freed

[New Times] Four miners were on Tuesday morning rescued after spending three days trapped underground following an accident that led to blockage of a mining shaft at a casserite mine in Mwulire Sector, Rwamagana District.

[New Times] Four miners were on Tuesday morning rescued after spending three days trapped underground following an accident that led to blockage of a mining shaft at a casserite mine in Mwulire Sector, Rwamagana District.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Call for Partnership to Help Increase Citizens’ Role in Planning, Budgeting

[New Times] The Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) has called for stronger partnership with all concerned stakeholders to engage citizens in planning and budgeting.

[New Times] The Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) has called for stronger partnership with all concerned stakeholders to engage citizens in planning and budgeting.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Withdrawal of Agoa Benefits at Discretion of U.S.

[New Times] Rwanda has commended the United States government for having initiated the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and said it was at the discretion of Washington to withdraw AGOA benefits.

[New Times] Rwanda has commended the United States government for having initiated the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and said it was at the discretion of Washington to withdraw AGOA benefits.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Regional Youth Forum on Peacebuilding Underway

[New Times] Youths from across the Great Lakes Region are meeting in Kigali for an annual regional conference on promoting the culture of peace and Christian values in schools run by the Anglican Church.

[New Times] Youths from across the Great Lakes Region are meeting in Kigali for an annual regional conference on promoting the culture of peace and Christian values in schools run by the Anglican Church.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Genocide Survivors, Convicts in Huye Reconcile in Joint Bid to Move Forward

[New Times] He kneels besides the alter inside Rugango Catholic Parish, not for the ordinary penitence before a priest, but to apologise for the crimes he committed inside that very church during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

[New Times] He kneels besides the alter inside Rugango Catholic Parish, not for the ordinary penitence before a priest, but to apologise for the crimes he committed inside that very church during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

CNLG Releases Genocide Commemoration Themes

[New Times] Discussions at the grassroots level during the forthcoming Genocide commemoration week will focus on educating members of the public on the difference between the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and earlier atrocities committed in Rwanda, t…

[New Times] Discussions at the grassroots level during the forthcoming Genocide commemoration week will focus on educating members of the public on the difference between the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and earlier atrocities committed in Rwanda, the head of the commission charged with fighting genocide in the country has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Much Ado About Mantu’s Confession

[Guardian] Up to now, I have not quite succeeded in fathoming the reason why many Nigerians appear genuinely surprised that Senator Ibrahim Mantu last week voluntarily confessed that he had rigged election or had participated in rigging election for hi…

[Guardian] Up to now, I have not quite succeeded in fathoming the reason why many Nigerians appear genuinely surprised that Senator Ibrahim Mantu last week voluntarily confessed that he had rigged election or had participated in rigging election for his preferred candidate over the years.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Genocide – Nyanza Breaks Ground on New Home to 90,000 Victims

[New Times] Construction of a new Genocide memorial site that will host remains of more than 90,000 victims of the Genocide have started in Nyanza District and will be completed in the next 12 months, according to district mayor Erasme Ntazinda.

[New Times] Construction of a new Genocide memorial site that will host remains of more than 90,000 victims of the Genocide have started in Nyanza District and will be completed in the next 12 months, according to district mayor Erasme Ntazinda.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda