Home Rwanda Today News Business Opinion Lifestyle Sports News see all Kagame urges nation to be vigilant Rwandan MPs takes Busingye to task over non-recovery of funds Rwanda schools not left behind in Kwibuka vigil Rwandans to feel pain as regulator reviews tariffs Rwandan students protest three-year wait for certificates Tasks ahead of Gatete, Uwera in new dockets Recent Cabinet reshuffle saw Claver Gatete transferred to Infrastructure Ministry. Cells to receive more staff and funds Currently, a cell is only served by two workers, and gets no specific budget allocation. Business see all RSSB moves to recover funds stuck in Vision City project Regulatory fine takes a toll on Crystal Telecom Big projects in Rwanda drive demand for cement as retail prices rise Agency raises the red flag on quality of milk on the Rwandan market Rwanda gives banks $46m to connect homes to power Marasa Africa gives Umubano Hotel face-lift New investors have started refurbishment of the hotel to reclaim its market share. Mining firms urge Rwandan government to waive duty on equipment Access to finance and high costs talking toll on the growth of the sector. Opinion see all It’s unbelievable that Rwanda neighbours caved in to US pressure Africa’s transformation is based on ideas of the future For trade deal to work first allow Africans to move around freely With all due respect, listing disrespect as traffic offence is wrong Service, accountability to citizens, a basic expectation of leaders Remembering victims of genocide is to recommit to never again We must inculcate the values of love, patriotism, honesty, dignity and heroism. EDITORIAL: Kwibuka 24 asks that we remember the terrible events of 1994 genocide The Genocide Against the Tutsi took the lives of more than one million people. Lifestyle see all Kwibuka 24: No social events in Rwanda for five days Visual art lovers in Kigali gather to boost photography Dusabejambo features bold content in films PGGSS music contest returns this year Comedy Knights now on short break New film on genocide rules global festival Imfura is one of the latest short fiction films, also depicting the genocide aftermath. Up-and-coming writers meet in Kigali Workshop brings together writers from Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Uganda and Cameroon. Comment Fragile states do not need idealistic one-size-fits-all solutions Comment Don’t look for Ubuntu here, modern lifestyles eroded it Comment With all the suspicion around Kampala, we could do with a ministry of trust Comment In Kenya, politicians sit on top of the pay pyramid Comment Forget polygamy. It’s the social system, stupid!