Rwanda News Journal
KIGALE, Rwanda, May 20 (UPI) -- Rwandan President Paul Kagame said accusations that his government was backing militancy in neighboring DRC were off the mark.
Rwanda's president has denied backing accused Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda, saying his challenge to a senior US official proves his innocence.
[New Times]The information and telecommunication technology sector is believed to improve business transactions and communication in society, but Rwandans say the new technology tools have been leading to moral degeneration amongst the youth while also promoting theft.
[New Times]Telecom subscribers who have been reluctant to visit customer care centres to register their SIM cards are soon getting the service from the comfort of their homes and offices as service providers have decided to take the exercise to doorsteps.
[New Times]The Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) and selected businesses, including importers, transporters and clearing agents, have signed a deal that seeks to reduce delays at border posts.
Authorities say three people have died and 21 are injured after a building construction collapsed in Rwanda.
[New Times]Veneranda Niyitegeka, an uneducated woman in her 50's and a resident of Huye, was living an impoverished life for many years, making a living by tilling other people's gardens and her own garden.
[Hirondelle]Arusha -A Rwandan court on Wednesday granted a prosecutor's request to keep in custody a genocide suspect extradited from Norway.
[African Arguments]As Rwanda day 2013 comes to London for the first time, let me take this opportunity to talk about the role that the Rwandan business community in the diaspora can playing by embracing the creation of Rwanda startup culture and make a difference in creating much needed jobs at the same time benefiting from the growth of the ICT sector.
Six people died and more than 30 others were injured after a building collapsed in northeastern Rwanda after the rescue effort was called off.
A four-story building under construction in Rwanda has collapsed, killing at least six workers and injuring dozens more people, police have said.
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Six people were killed and dozens more injured when a four-story building under construction collapsed in eastern Rwanda, police said Wednesday as the rescue effort ended.
Kigali – Six people died and dozens more were injured after a four-storey building which was under construction collapsed in north-eastern Rwanda, officials said. The collapsed building is located in Nyagatare, which is situated about 95-kilometres northeast of the country’s capital, Kigali. “The tentative information we have indicates that debris fell on about 100 people,” [...]
Police in Rwanda say a four-story building that was under construction collapsed, killing at least three workers and injuring 21 more people.
NYAGATARE, Rwanda (AFP) - Six people died and more than 30 others were injured after a building collapsed in northeastern Rwanda, police said Wednesday as they called off rescue efforts a day after the accident.