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2016-06-25 Brexit Vote Affects Pound Transactions in Rwanda
[East African] Transactions in pound sterling stalled across Rwanda as dealers anticipated the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union.

2016-06-24 Regional Business Body Wants Kenya to Compensate Rwandese, Ugandan Investors
[Daily News] The East African Business Council (EABC) demands Kenya to compensate Uganda and Rwanda traders whose properties worth over $47 million were destroyed during the 2008 post-election chaos.

2016-06-24 Rwanda Cricket Stadium Construction Gets Underway
[New Times] Construction of the long-awaited Rwf950.2million state-of-the-art international cricket stadium in Rwanda at Gahanga in Kicukiro district has started, and the stadium is expected to be ready for use in two years.

2016-06-24 Foodstuff Prices Increase in City Markets On Low Supply
[New Times] Kigali shoppers will have to dig deeper into their pockets to buy their favourite foodstuffs and fruits following price increases over the past three weeks.

2016-06-24 First Lady Attends Widows Day Celebrations in Gabon
[New Times] The First Lady Jeannette Kagame, yesterday, joined her Gabonese counterpart, Sylvia Ondimba Bongo, for the celebration of the International Day of Widows in the capital Libreville.

2016-06-24 Kagame Meets Carnegie Mellon University President
[New Times] President Paul Kagame yesterday met the Carnegie Mellon president Subra Suresh who paid him a courtesy call at Village Urugwiro in Kigali.

2016-06-24 We've Been Unlucky This Season - Amagaju FC Coach
[New Times] After the defending champions Police FC bowed out of Peace Cup at the hands of national football league rivals Amagaju FC, head coach Andre Casa Mbungo has described it as a season of bad luck for his team, but promised to come back stronger next season.

2016-06-24 Govt to Put in Place Human Rights Policy
[New Times] The Government plans to set up a national human rights policy and create a desk under the Rwanda National Police to investigate cases of enforced human disappearances, among other raft of measures to further improve human rights record in the country.

2016-06-24 The 'Sweet-Sour Taste' of Our Increasing Use of Technology
[New Times] Today's global economy is reshaped by machines that can collect and analyse prodigious amounts of data in real time, telephones and communication devices linked through satellites, and robots capable of precision, strength, and durability far beyond human capacity.

2016-06-24 Agric Sector Gets Rwf173 Billion Grant
[New Times] A new financial deal inked between the Government and the European Union in Kigali, yesterday, is expected to boost growth of agriculture sector in the coming years.

2016-06-24 Duo Bow Out of Kenya Tennis Open
[New Times] Rwanda's tennis duo of Ernest Habiyambere and Olivier Havugimana had their journey at the on-going Britam Kenya Open Championship ended on Thursday after suffering defeats in their respective quarter-finals clashes.

2016-06-24 KCB Bank Rwanda Donates Chairs and Tents to Amizero Centre
[Focus] The management of KCB bank Rwanda today donated chairs and tents worth Rwf4.5 million to Amizero Centre which looks after handicapped children. A total of 181 chairs and 3 tents were given out as part of the bank's corporate social responsibility.

2016-06-24 Uganda Tops List of Genocide Fugitives - Report
[Focus] The genocide fugitives tracking unit (GFTU) at the National Public Prosecution Authority (NPPA) has unveiled 10 Countries with the largest number of fugitives.

2016-06-24 Youth Challenged to Be Peacemakers
[New Times] A three-day mobile art exhibition depicting poetry, paintings and featuring stories of peacemakers is currently underway in the Car Free Zone in Kigali. The event is part of the ongoing Peace-Week.

2016-06-24 Here's How the Nation Can Make Sense of Widows' Day
[New Times] For many people across the country, the celebration of International Widows' Day must have come as a surprise. The day was celebrated yesterday with the national focus on addressing the plight of widows and widowers in the country.

2016-06-24 BDF in New Push to Reduce Unemployment Among Youth
[New Times] Business Development Fund (BDF) has been challenged to play a critical role in helping the country create more jobs to reduce youth unemployment and underemployment in the country.

2016-06-24 IPRC-South Appoint Mushumba As Interim Coach
[New Times] Integrated Polytechnic Regional Center (IPRC)-South Basketball club have appointed Charles Mushumba as interim head coach, handing him a three-month subject to signing a long term contract after the playoff games.

2016-06-24 Education Ministry Speaks Out On School Bus Safety
[New Times] In the wake of recent accidents that involved students in Kigali, the Ministry of Education has called for concerted efforts between parents, school leaders and city authorities to improve the safety of pupils who use school buses.

2016-06-24 400 Youth Volunteers Begin Training in Crime Prevention
[New Times] The fourth intake of members of Rwanda Youth Volunteers in Community Policing (RYVCP), yesterday, began a week-long training on crime prevention at National Police College (NPC) in Musanze District.

2016-06-24 Beer Tasting Festival Returns
[New Times] This Saturday, beer enthusiasts are in for a treat as a Beer Tasting Festival takes place at Nyamata picnic grounds in Bugesera district.

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