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Technical and Vocational Education and Training will again be allocated a huge chunk of the Ministry of Education budget due to its recognised capacity to promote skills development and bridge the labour market skills gaps, Education minister Vincent Biruta has said.
The Rwanda Private Sector Federation has launched a project "Linking Farmers to Market" this will help farmers get entrepreneurship skills and appropriate market for their produce in Rwanda and abroad.
M23 rebels fired two rockets into the eastern Congo city of Goma, killing one person and wounding four, officials said, in an apparent spillover from three days of fighting raging north of the city.
African nations this week mark the 50th year since the founding of a continentwide organization that spearheaded efforts to liberate Africa from colonial masters.
While addressing the Fifth Annual Oxford Africa Business Conference that was recently held in London, the President of Rwanda Paul Kagame praised the African continent saying that it is the new frontier for business, which holds the promise for the global economic turn-around. President Kagame was the inaugural recipient of the Distinction of ... (more)
The body of a Congolese journalist was found on the bank of the Ngezi River near the provincial capital of Bunia in eastern Congo, the city's mayor said Saturday.
The deployment of a rapid UN intervention force in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo should be speeded up in view of this week's fresh unrest, UN chief Ban Ki-moon said Tuesday.
Rwandan women who got financial advice from Fran Pastore at WBDC and opened ice cream shop in Rwanda.
Congo's army used combat helicopters to bombard rebel fighters on Monday near the city of Goma in the first clashes in nearly six months, days before U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was due to visit the troubled eastern borderlands.
A military commander in eastern Congo says rebels attacked an army position north of Goma, a major provincial capital in the country's troubled east.
From the Oxford Mail , about how some Oxford University students clowned when Rwanda's pro-free-market president visited the campus to accept a business award : "Eggs were thrown and two people arrested by police during the protest at the visit of Rwandan president Paul Kagame to Oxford [yesterday]." More: "Mr Kagame gave a keynote speech at Said ... (more)
This number has slightly reduced and only 5000 people remain illiterate. The district's goal is to have no illiterate people by 2014.
In April 1994, on a quiet road in Kigali a group of neighbors was filmed. This was the opening days of the Rwandan Genocide.
In an exclusive interview with Chris McGreal in Kigali, Rwanda's president denies backing an accused Congolese war criminal and says challenge to senior US official proves his innocence A new M23 recruit demonstrates his martial arts skills in the Democratic Republic of the Congo last week.