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Youth will earn big if embrace BDF support- The story of Uwamahoro

For many women, breaking the proverbial glass ceiling is a daily struggle, especially in sectors that have traditionally been seen as a preserve of men, especially sciences.
Other News | Aug 24th 2017, 11:46

How Rwanda eyes to be a global potato exporter

Government has signed a multimillion dollar deal with a Nigerian investor to revamp and develop the countrys potato industry and help make Rwanda a key producer and exporter of potato products.
Other News | Aug 22nd 2017, 10:51

Birds' dating dance Secrets revealed

A new perspective on male Wilson's bird of paradise courtship displays, captured for Planet Earth II, reveals a totally different looking dance never before seen
Other News | Aug 21st 2017, 18:21

Do you know why Fish eat plastic in the ocean? - Scientists discover

The reason why fish eat plastic when it is dumped in the ocean has been discovered by scientists.
Other News | Aug 16th 2017, 19:57

Some dung beetles have taken to decapitating millipedes

The popular image of dung beetles involves them rolling balls of poo across an African landscape. This is true, but it is not the whole truth
Other News | Aug 15th 2017, 12:26

Pirate Spiders make a living by preying on others

Pirate Spiders make a living by preying on others While they belong to the group that includes all the orb-weaving spiders, pirate spiders cannot weave webs of their own.
Other News | Aug 15th 2017, 11:52

Africa leaps forward into space technology

Africa leaps forward into space technology and fortunately Africas space programs now look much more promising. In fact, in the last decade the continent has entered a space race.
Other News | Aug 14th 2017, 10:25

Science backs up these pregnancy superstitions

Most of the folk wisdom that well-meaning older relatives offer up to expectant mothers can be easily ignored: Carrying the baby lower in the abdomen is not a sign that its a boy, or a girl, or anything other than an indication your abdominal muscles have loosened up a bit.
Other News | Aug 14th 2017, 09:57

Diet drinks and food actually trigger weight gain and diabetes, says new study

Diet drinks or foods may actually promote weight gain and trigger diabetes because the brain misreads the number of calories present and reduces metabolism, a new study suggests.
Other News | Aug 11th 2017, 17:23

Eat smart for a healthier brain

Theres no denying that as we age chronologically, our body ages right along with us. But research is showing that you can increase your chances of maintaining a healthy brain well into your old age if you add these smart foods to your daily eating regimen.
Other News | Aug 11th 2017, 15:56

Scientists discover two potentially habitable Super Earth planets

Two potentially habitable "super-Earths" orbit a star just 12 light years away that is our nearest sun-like neighbour, scientists have discovered.
Other News | Aug 10th 2017, 12:24

Tanzania: Exceptional Lioness nurses leopard cub

The pair were spotted by Joop Van Der Linde, a guest at Ndutu Safari Lodge in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
Other News | Aug 7th 2017, 12:56

Paul Kagame, First Family cast their vote to support the Presidential poll luck winner

The RPF Inkotanyi flagbearer in the ongoing presidential election Paul Kagame, today morning cast his vote at APE-Rugunga polling station in Kigali Citys Nyarugenge District.
Other News | Aug 4th 2017, 15:13

Girls, Here are 6 Reasons why ' Good looking Women' Are Single

I know most men will agree that so many women claim to be good women. The reality is, only a handful truly fit the mold of being the woman a man truly needs and desires.
Other News | Aug 4th 2017, 13:21

Giant planet beyond Solar System hot enough to boil iron- New research proves

A huge planet beyond the solar system has an upper atmosphere hot enough to boil iron, scientists have discovered.
Other News | Aug 3rd 2017, 17:51

Scientists identify first flowering plant from 40 million years ago in 'major step forward'

A 140 million-year-old bloom bearing a striking resemblance to a water lily was the mother (and father) of every flowering plant living today, scientists believe.
Other News | Aug 3rd 2017, 17:28

6 major signs that you are over addicted to social media- Scientists explain

The life was so simple, then Social media happened. Initially social media was good but as is everything with everything that is good, social media is bad and it is as bad as it can get and it is like a cocaine.
Other News | Aug 2nd 2017, 19:02

Lions, rhinos to return to Akagera National Park rekindles Natural species to Rwanda's wild life

In 1934, when Akagera savanna was turned into a national park, lions, rhinoceros together with other big animals, were roaming in the low altitude park of eastern Rwanda. Detailed story below tells more.
Other News | Jul 30th 2017, 19:54

Electoral commission clarifies things every voter must know before voting

Its seven days before Rwandans head to their polling stations to choose who will lead them for the next seven years. While the candidates traverse all corners of the country canvassing for votes, there are things that every voter needs to know before Election Day.
Other News | Jul 28th 2017, 13:46

Jeff Bezos Overtakes Bill Gates To Become World's Richest Man

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has overtaken Bill Gates and is now the richest person in the world, with a fortune topping $90 billion for the first time ever.
Other News | Jul 27th 2017, 19:14

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An Omani travelling the world on a motorbike without his country support mentioned that Rwanda is the beautiful country in Africa-VIDEO
As so many people are doing various things to break the Guinness De Record, an Omani man named Maher Al-Barwani decided to travel the entire world by using his motorbike. The sad thing is that his country, Oman is not helping him through.
SpecialCoverage | Dec 27th 2017, 16:48

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