Home Rwanda Today News Business Opinion Lifestyle Sports News see all Rwandan genocide survivors to get new homes How foreign firms messed distribution of textbooks to Rwandan schools Tasks ahead of Gatete, Uwera in new dockets Cells to receive more staff and funds Kagame urges nation to be vigilant Rwanda disbands Congolese refugee camp leadership Kigali blames executive committee for food revolt North, South Korea commit to denuclearisation Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in commit to “No more war”. Business see all Cassava, maize farmers in Rwanda count losses as prices drop House rent triggers high cost of living in Kigali Marasa Africa gives Umubano Hotel face-lift Mining firms urge Rwandan government to waive duty on equipment RSSB moves to recover funds stuck in Vision City project Nakumatt Rwanda woes deepen as court picks administrator The retailer has been put under provisional administration after months of cash flow difficulties. Rwandan taxman in plan to phase out billing machines The move is to ease VAT declarations, and boost compliance by taxpayers. Opinion see all Remembering victims of genocide is to recommit to never again EDITORIAL: Kwibuka 24 asks that we remember the terrible events of 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 Think twice before moving journalism school from Kigali It remains in national interest for the school to remain in Kigali. EDITORIAL: Fraud in procurement will get out of hand if action is not taken In a country that has built a reputation as corruption “light,” the current trend is worrisome. Lifestyle see all New film on genocide rules global festival Up-and-coming writers meet in Kigali 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 Narrating the plight of refugees in art Burundian artist Chris Schwagga tells the tale of refugees through art. Maria Yohana: Music legend, liberation hero She is known for Intsinzi, which can be considered the ‘second national anthem. Editorial South Sudanese deserve a better, peaceful future Comment PILLAY: To spoilers of peace in S. Sudan, Your day to face justice is coming Comment MULILI: With right partners, investors in EAC hit profit targets Comment ORDU: Common currency? Well, region must first build trust and grow investment Comment ULIMWENGU: When justice is denied at home, where do we seek solutions?