• How to cope after losing your job

    Ines looks around like someone looking for an escape door. She tries to sit down in the chair next to her, but changes her mind. She mumbles unintelligible words before leaving the HR’s office with tears streaming down her cheeks. 

    It is now obvious that something is terribly a miss with Ines. The personal secretary to the CEO just storms out of the building, forgetting her stuff and without talking to any of her colleagues. It is later revealed by management that Ines was fired from her job.

  • Kwibuka 22: Women recollect the journey of hope and resilience

    Today marks 22 years since over one million Rwandans were killed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

    The tragedy has been described as the worst and most gruesome in modern history.

    During the Genocide, women were subjected to massive sexual violence and more than two decades later, the scars left by the Genocide are yet to heal.

  • Artists tipped on turning art into 'money'

    Atleast 20 participants from the arts industry completed a one week training workshop on result oriented project management at the Rwanda Arts Initiative (RAI) premises in Kimuhurura over the weekend.  

    The project kicked off on March 28 and involved participants from Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Uganda and DR Congo. The participants were equipped with skills in project management to help them generate income in arts projects like practicing cinema, performing arts, music, and literature among others.

  • How a local organisation is transforming lives of female street vendors

    In a bid to bring about order in the city of Kigali, traders were banned from vending items on the streets. The City of Kigali authorities, in line with National Employment Programme said that they would build ‘free markets’ for vendors in all the three districts of Kigali to a tune of Rwf 700 million. The main purpose of the markets was also to ensure security, hygiene as well as promoting the culture of conducting business in an organised manner.

  • Success is about taking risks, says Umwali a young entrepreneur

    Monica Umwali is the co-founder and marketing director of Anganza Limited; a Rwandan eco-brand that specialises in quality up cycled accessories. By upgrading PVC billboards, they repurpose what would otherwise be trash and turn it into valuable accessories. 

    She shared with Women Today’s Sharon Kantengwa about the secret to the success of their business and what they intend to achieve.

    How did you come up with the idea of Anganza?

  • Airtel Rwanda to recognise and support change-makers

    Individuals or groups that work to support and improve the lives of disadvantaged communities have got a boost following the launch of a campaign to identify and support them by a local telecom firm. 

    The “Airtel Touching Lives Initiative” seeks to recognise and support individuals or groups that have made significant contribution to their communities to make their work sustainable, Michael Adjei, the Airtel Rwanda managing director, said while launching the drive on Monday.

  • How online civil service recruitment will work

    Officials at the Ministry of Public Service and Labour (MIFOTRA), yesterday, took journalists through the process of how the newly-established recruitment process in public service, known as e-Recruitment, will work.

    During a news conference at the ministry headquarters, Gaspard Musonera, the coordinator of the Single Project Implementation Unit (SPIU), said the aim was to ease the process and improve transparency.

  • Inzego zitandukanye zikorera mu gihugu zigomba kugira uruhare mu guhanga imirimo mishya mu rwego rwo guhangana n’ubushomeri mu rubyiruko.

    Inzego zitandukanye zikorera mu gihugu zigomba kugira uruhare mu guhanga imirimo mishya mu rwego rwo guhangana n’ubushomeri mu rubyiruko.

    Umuyobozi w’Umuryango w’Abaholande ku isi SNV, Van Den Ham Allert yabitangaje mu ruzinduko rw’akazi yagiriye mu Karere ka Musanze kuri uyu wa 09 Nzeli 2015.



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