APR Surrender League Title Chase

[New Times] With Rayon Sports likely to win the league title this season, APR FC head coach Jimmy Mulisa appears to have given up on the title race to instead focus on finishing second.

[New Times] With Rayon Sports likely to win the league title this season, APR FC head coach Jimmy Mulisa appears to have given up on the title race to instead focus on finishing second.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Riderman, Buravan Rock ‘European Street Festival’

[New Times] Next on stage was Afrogroov soul Band, a group of singers consisting of talented Inanga star Deo Munyakazi, vocalists Mike Kayihura, Eric Soul, rapper Angel Umutoni and Prime.

[New Times] Next on stage was Afrogroov soul Band, a group of singers consisting of talented Inanga star Deo Munyakazi, vocalists Mike Kayihura, Eric Soul, rapper Angel Umutoni and Prime.

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Uwizeye Expects Tougher Rwanda Cycling Cup Season

[New Times] Despite claiming the second race of this year’s Rwanda Cycling Cup on Saturday, Les Amis Sportifs rider Jean Claude Uwizeye remains cautious about his chances of winning the title.

[New Times] Despite claiming the second race of this year's Rwanda Cycling Cup on Saturday, Les Amis Sportifs rider Jean Claude Uwizeye remains cautious about his chances of winning the title.

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Council of Ministers Says No to Increase in 2017/18 Budget

[New Times] The 2017/18 East African Community budget will be relatively smaller compared to the current closing financial year owing to the current economic situation, regional ministers have decided.

[New Times] The 2017/18 East African Community budget will be relatively smaller compared to the current closing financial year owing to the current economic situation, regional ministers have decided.

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Power Sector Recovery Plan – Electricity Tariff May Rise in July

[Daily Trust] Electricity tariff may rise in July as the Federal Government considers options to revive the ailing power sector by injecting $7.6 billion (about N2.4 trillion) in five years.

[Daily Trust] Electricity tariff may rise in July as the Federal Government considers options to revive the ailing power sector by injecting $7.6 billion (about N2.4 trillion) in five years.

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Have You Ever Had a Canopy Walk?

[New Times] A couple of weeks ago, I had an opportunity to visit canopy walk, also known as ‘treetop walk’ or ‘sky walk’, in Nyungwe National Park, one of the national parks in Rwanda. It was one of my most fantastic adventures in wildlife-related area…

[New Times] A couple of weeks ago, I had an opportunity to visit canopy walk, also known as 'treetop walk' or 'sky walk', in Nyungwe National Park, one of the national parks in Rwanda. It was one of my most fantastic adventures in wildlife-related areas. Naturally, I'm motivated to go sightseeing, especially in wildlife-related areas, because it is one of my hobbies. Rwandan national parks, without doubt, have recently made the country one of the top tourist destinations in the world. In particular, once a visitor enj

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Rwanda’s Model of Democracy

[New Times] Few would disagree that Rwanda’s progress in the post genocide period is credited to its unconventional approach to statecraft. That there was a heavy dose of trial and error especially in the early days and that gradually as success became…

[New Times] Few would disagree that Rwanda's progress in the post genocide period is credited to its unconventional approach to statecraft. That there was a heavy dose of trial and error especially in the early days and that gradually as success became predictable it removed whatever element of chance. And that in turn, this helped to build a degree of confidence that helps to inform decision-making to this day. What is unfortunate is that almost nothing has been written about these unconventional methods and how they

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African Democracy Forum Management Committee Concludes Two-Day Meeting in Kigali

[New Times] The African Democracy Forum (ADF) on Saturday concluded a two day High-Level Management meeting in Kigali at Umubano hotel. The meeting brought together management committee members from across the African continent including Rwanda, Zimbab…

[New Times] The African Democracy Forum (ADF) on Saturday concluded a two day High-Level Management meeting in Kigali at Umubano hotel. The meeting brought together management committee members from across the African continent including Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Nigeria, Cameroon, Somalia and Mali to discuss pertinent issues of the forum including its operationalization, long-term strategic plan and registration of new members in Africa.

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