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Minisitiri w'Umuryango wa Djibouti yashimye gahunda yo kwita ku bana bato y'u Rwanda

By Evariste Nsengimana — May 20th 2018 at 04:35

Minisitiri w'Abagore n'Umuryango wa Djibouti, Moumina Houmed Hassan, yavuze ko gahunda u Rwanda rwashyizeho yo kwita ku bana bato ari nziza ko n'ibindi bihugu bya Afurika bikwiye kuyishyira mu bikorwa.

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Rusizi: Umushoferi yafantanwe udupfunyika tw'urumogi turenga ibihumbi 270 mu macupa ya bomboni

By Akimana Erneste — May 20th 2018 at 04:18

Polisi y'u Rwanda mu Karere ka Rusizi mu rukerera rwo ku wa Gatanu, yataye muri yombi abagabo babiri bari batwaye udupfunyika turenga ibihumbi 279 tw'urumogi badukuye i Bukavu muri RDC batujyanye mu Mujyi wa Kigali, aho twari mu macupa 16 ya bomboni batwaramo gaz yo gutegesha.

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Incamake y'igitabo ‘Intwari y'Izahabu, yakebanuye u Rwanda rukongera kubaho'

By Nsanzabera Jean de Dieu — May 20th 2018 at 03:25

“Intwari y'Izahabu, yakebanuye u Rwanda rukongera kubaho” ni izina rya kimwe mu bitabo by'amateka y'umushinga wo kubaka u Rwanda, cyahawe umwihariko wo kwibanda ku bigwi n'uruhare rwa Perezida Paul Kagame mu kubaka igihugu.

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OMS yemeje ko Ebola muri RDC atari ikibazo mpuzamahanga

By Cyprien Niyomwungeri — May 20th 2018 at 02:47

Ishami ry'Umuryango w'Abibumbye ryita ku buzima (OMS), ryatangaje ko icyorezo cya Ebola cyagaragaye muri Repubulika Iharanira Demokarasi ya Congo, kitaraba ikibazo cyugarije ubuzima ku rwego mpuzamahanga, ku buryo hatangazwa ingamba zidasanzwe.

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Abarenga 25 bamaze gufatirwa mu bikorwa byo gucuruza sima ku giciro cyo hejuru

By Akimana Erneste — May 20th 2018 at 02:29

Minisitiri w'Ubucuruzi n'Inganda, Munyeshyaka Vincent, yatangaje ko nyuma y'igabanyuka rya sima ku isoko bitewe n'imirimo yo gusana uruganda rwa Cimerwa, hari abacuruzi bagera kuri 25 bamaze gufatwa bari kuyihenda cyane, birengagije igiciro cyagenwe n'uruganda.

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Nigeria: Abayobozi bafunzwe bazira abana bamanitse ku misaraba babahora gukererwa

By Dusabimana Aimable — May 20th 2018 at 01:46

Abantu batatu barimo umuyobozi w'ikigo cy'amashuri, batawe muri yombi muri Nigeria bazira kuzirika no gukubitira abanyeshuri babiri ku biti bishushe nk'umusaraba babahora gukererwa kugera ku ishuri.

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Ikanzu ya Meghan yaguzwe miliyoni zirenga 230! Indabo zo mu Rwanda ku gatimba ke…

By Dusabimana Aimable — May 20th 2018 at 01:39

Meghan Markle, umugeni w'Igikomangoma Harry yambaye ikanzu ihenze mu bukwe bwabo bwahuje imbaga mu birori bidasanzwe byabereye mu Mujyi wa Windsor ku gicamunsi cyo kuri uyu wa Gatandatu, tariki 19 Gicurasi 2018.

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Ethiopia igiye kwemeza burundu amasezerano y'isoko rusange yasinyiwe i Kigali

By IGIHE — May 20th 2018 at 01:19

Minisitiri w'Intebe wa Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed, yatangaje ko igihugu cye cyiteguye kwemeza burundu amasezerano ashyiraho isoko rusange rya Afurika (AfCFTA), ndetse bagashyikiriza Umuryango wa Afurika yunze Ubumwe (AU), inyandiko z'ayo masezerano.

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Hibutswe imiryango 9706 imaze kumenyekana yazimye muri Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi

By Evariste Nsengimana — May 20th 2018 at 01:03

Mu gihe u Rwanda ruri mu minsi 100 yo kwibuka ku nshuro ya 24 abazize 24Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi, Umuryango w'Abarokotse Jenoside barangije Amashuri Makuru na Kaminuza (GAERG) bafatanije n'abayobozi n'abandi baturage kuri uyu wa Gatandatu, wibutse imiryango yishwe muri Jenoside yakorewe abatutsi ikazima burundu (hakicwa ababyeyi bombi n'abayikomokaho bose), mu muhango wabereye mu Karere ka Kirehe mu Ntara y'Iburasirazuba.

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Kayonza: Umukozi wa SACCO ya Murundi arakekwaho kurigisa arenga 55 000 000 RWF

By Nsanzimana Ernest — May 20th 2018 at 06:10

Polisi y'u Rwanda ifatanyije n'Urwego rw'Igihugu rw'Ubugenzacyaha mu karere ka Kayonza bafashe uwitwa Semuhungu Jean Bosco wari umukozi wa Koperative yo kuzigama no kuguriza (SACCO) y'umurenge wa Murundi, akaba akurikiranyweho icyaha cyo kunyereza amafaranga y'u Rwanda y'iyo Koperative asaga Miliyoni 55.

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Kirehe: Gisimba yariye imitima y' abatutsi ashyira amaraso yabo mu muvure ngo ahinduke amata

By Muhire Jason — May 20th 2018 at 05:55

Umugabo witwa Gisimba wo mu karere Kirehe avugwaho kuba muri Jenoside yaragaraje ubugome n' ubujiji budasanzwe kubera ibyo yakoreraga abatutsi

Gasasira Janvier warokokeye muri aka karere yabivuze ubwo abagize umuryango w'abanyeshuri barangije Kaminuza barokotse Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi (GAERG) basuraga urwibutso rwa Jenoside rwa Nyarubuye mu muhango wo kwibuka ku nshuro ya 10 imiryango yazimye.

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Rwanda: Bamwe mu babaye abadepite kuva mu nteko y’inzibacyuho kugeza ubu

By admin — May 20th 2018 at 06:39
Nyuma ya Jenoside yakorewe abatutsi mu 1994 no gutsinda intambara kwa FPR Inkotanyi yari imazemo imyaka ine, hashyizweho Guverinoma n’inteko by’inzibacyuho. Abagiriwe icyizere cyo kuba muri izo nzego zombie ni abari mu mashyaka atarijanditse muri Jenoside, abakomoka mu muryango FPR Inkotanyi, ndetse n’abari bahagarariye ingabo. Bwiza.com iragaruka ku babaye abadepite kuva icyo gihe bakaba bagifite […]
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RBA marks 55-years

By John Mbaraga — May 20th 2018 at 02:10

The mother Radio in Rwanda, working under Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA), was officially launched on May 27th 1961 in Kigali City.

However, the Radio broadcasting sets were in Burundi, former Ruanda-Urundi territory main headquarters.

In 1963, shortly after Rwanda's independence, regime, the radio also started to work independently in Kigali. That is where the most popular and oldest Radio in Rwanda started from.

RBA celebrated 55-year anniversary yesterday in Kigali, in the ceremony that took place in Kigali Convention Centre. It was a colorful event that was attended by senior government officials, former and current employees of RBA and general community among others.

The radio was under government control before and during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, and was used by the then government to cultivate hate among the people.

Silas Mbonimana who started to work for Radio Rwanda in 1982 said that ethnic discrimination was also inside the institution.

“I started when there was good mood inside, but, as days passed, things changed to bad because of ethnicity. Every person wanted to know others' origin, there were also extremists who wanted to harm colleagues,” he said.

After the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, the radio was used to unite Rwandans and preach new vision by the government.

Until 2003, it was the only radio that was operating in Rwanda. In 2004 private radios were opened and brought different programmes which helped them to dominate the radio that had been there for years.

As private radios had soft programmes like entertainment and sports, they attracted audience than Radio Rwanda with the majority being youth.

The changes in the industry forced Radio Rwanda to join the race and introduced similar programmes as well as recruiting young journalists.

Future of the radio

Speaking at the event yesterday, the RBA Director General, Arthur Asiimwe said that in next five years, they want to reform Radio Rwanda and affiliated radios so that they provide content based on people's expectations.

“We want to be a leading and trusted media house; we need improvement,.. we want to work without bias,” he said.
He said that in five years, they want to raise quality, embrace creativity and capacity building among employees,” he added.

Speaking at the event, Prime Minister, Dr. Edouard Ngirente requested the radio to continue to facilitate people along the development journey by providing them relevant information.

“Rwandans need media that give them well researched development news. You have been doing that and we hope that you will continue. It is few months now since the government announced the seven-year government programme, the programme has different plans that Rwandans need to know about, so, they need deep explanations so that no one will be left behind,” he added.

RBA Director General, Arthur Asiimwe

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Chief Justice calls for vigilance in handling genocide related crimes

By John Mbaraga — May 20th 2018 at 01:27

Rugege was speaking on Friday in Kigali at the commemoration of former justice sector personnel that were massacred during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi attended by, among others, justice sector employees and families of slain victims.

He said that the value that should be bestowed upon genocide victims is justice which does not consider ethnicity.

“Among what we should give particular attention is cases related with the genocide against the Tutsi. They should be fairly tried because when they are not properly handled, they can destabilize the attained unity and reconciliation among Rwandans,” he explained.

“I call upon prosecutors and Judges' attention when handling cases of genocide ideology, deniers and trivializers or when re-trying cases that had been tried by Gacaca courts,” he said.

Speaking at the event, the head National Commission for the Fight Against the Genocide, Dr. Jean Damascène Bizimana said that prior to the 1994 liberation, justice system turned a blind eye in pursuing people who initiated hatred and cultivated the genocide ideology among Rwandans.

“Judiciary is among sectors that paved ways for the genocide. Investigators and prosecutors were characterized by persecuting and judges were characterized by injustice, neglecting laws and violating human rights based on ethnicity; Tutsi were particularly desecrated,” he explained.

“Judiciary did not pursue politicians who initiated activities spreading hate and genocide ideology,” he noted.

He said that political parties like APROSOMA and Parmehutu started to spread documents cultivating hate and trivializing Tutsi in 1957 and 1959 through their papers.

Chief Justice Prof. Sam Rugege

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Former presidential palace metamorphoses into arts museum

By John Mbaraga — May 20th 2018 at 01:20

The now Rwanda Arts Museum had been the residence of two Rwandan Presidents, Juvenal Habyarimana who lived there until 1994 and Pastor Bizimungu who lived there from 1994 to 2000.

Since 2003, the building had been Presidential Palace Museum and was under management of the Institute of National Museum of Rwanda (INMR).

According to INMR, changing the palace into arts museum came from visitors' request and artists who want to develop the sector.

Speaking at the launch of the museum yesterday, INMR Managing Director, Amb. Robert Masozera said that they are carrying reforms in different museums and today, three museums have been changed.

He said that they started from former environmental museum in Karongi, museum showcasing Rwanda's colonial history in Kigali and the next was Presidential Palace.

“This is based on visitors' and partners' wishes; they suggested different changes in exhibition and the name of the museum. There were no historical things to see in the museum,” he explained.

“We used to tell history of two presidents who lived here and people go uncontended, that is where we started to think about something that we can add here, and that's where we brought the art museum,” he added.

The same museum has been in Nyanza District since 2006 to 2018 in King Mutara III Rudahigwa Palace.

Currently, the museum has a total of 127 artifacts, among them 117 were in Nyanza based museum.

He encouraged artists to bring their artifacts to the place whose current monthly visits stand at 35,000.

Presidential Palace has been the fourth most visited museum, after the Capaign Against Genocide Museum, ethnographic museum at Huye, and Nyanza King's Palace.

Currently Rwanda has eight museums with 200,000 visitors and earn the country about Rwf200 million per month.

The launch of the museum coincided with the International Museum Day which was celebrated under the theme “Hyper-connected museums: New approaches, new publics.”

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Amavubi yasezerewe atarenze umutaru, babura amahirwe yo guhatanira itike y’igikombe cya Afurika

By admin — May 20th 2018 at 04:55

Mu mukino wo guhatanira itike y’igikombe cya Afurika cy’abatarengeje imyaka 20, Amavubi anganyije na Zambia mu mukino wo kwishyura waberaga I Rusaka muri Zambia.

Ni umukino watangiye ubona ko Ambvubi adashaka kwinjizwa igitego byaje kuyifasha isoza igice cya mbere itinjijwe igitego, gusa mu gice cya kabiri ku munota wa 52’ Zambia yaje kubona igitego cyatinzwe na Mwiya Malumo.

Guelette Samuel Leopord Marie niwe waje kwishyurira Amavubi-20 umukino yasoje ari abakinnyi 10 nyuma yo kuba Captain Buregeye Prince yari yabonye ikarita itukura.

Umukino warangiye ari igitego 1-1, Amavubi ahita asezererwa muri iri rushanwa ku giteranyo cy’ibitego 3-1, ahita abura tike yo kujya muri Niger nyuma yo kuba mu mukino ubanza yari yatsindiwe I Kigalli 2-0.

11 babanje mu kibuga ku mpande zombi.

11 ba Zambia babanjemo: Prince Bwalya, Prince Mumba, Justine Mwanza, Benson Kolala, Kingsley, Kakwiya, Christopher Katongo, Thomas Zulu, Lameck Banda, Martin Njobvu, Mwiya Malumo, Francisco Mwepu.

11 b’u Rwanda Babanjemo: Ntwari Fiacre, Buregeya Prince, Uwineza Aime Placide, Mugisha Patrick, Nshimiyimana Mark Govin, Ishimwe Sareh, Ishimwe Christian, Nshimyumuremyi Gilbert, Bonane Jamvier, Guelette Samuel Leopord Marie, Byiringiro Lague

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Junior Wasps bow out of AFCON Qualifiers

By Mugabe — May 20th 2018 at 03:47

The National U-20 football team bowed out of qualifiers for the Africa Nations finals on Saturday after they were held to 1-1 draw in Lusaka.

Zambia will now face either Burundi or Sudan in the third and final round of qualifiers.

The African champions Zambia progressed to with a 3-1 aggregate win over Vincent Mashami's youngsters who lost the first-leg 2-0 a fortnight ago at Kigali Stadium.

In Saturday's clash at Nkoloma Stadium, both played a balanced and calm game at the beginning with no major threats at either side. Rwanda came close to taking the lead through Christian Nishimwe but his set piece was parried for a corner.

After 28 minutes, forward Gilbert Nshimyumuremyi surprised goalie Prince Bwalya with a wide range banger but his shot hit the crossbar before the two youthful sides went for a break still goalless.

Eleven minutes into the second half, Mwiya Malumo put the host ahead which was cancelled out by Belgium-based Samuel Guellette in the 73rd minute.

With 5 minutes to play, Zambia had a chance to take the lead for a second time but Francisco Mwepu's penalty was saved by goalkeeper Fiacre Ntwari.

The visitors ended the 1-all draw with one man down after skipper Prince Buregeya was sent off in injury time for a foul.
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Nyabihu: Inzira ndende ku muturage wo mu cyaro ngo atange ikirego mu rukiko

By Ange Eric Hatangimana — May 20th 2018 at 03:07
Abatuye…
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Abize kuri GScolaire Remera Rukoma baremeye abo Jenoside yagize abapfakazi

By Ange Eric Hatangimana — May 20th 2018 at 02:40
Bamwe…
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