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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

Why tea processors must swap from wood fuel to gas for green growth

The tea factories will be able to embrace gas in their production processes once the ongoing studies on alternative energy for domestic and commercial use is completed and implemented, a top government official has said.
Other News | Jul 25th 2017, 12:25

Did you know the best time of day to exercise for staying energized and productive ? Science suggests

Some fitness scientists recommend working out first thing in the morning because that's when you're least likely to have scheduling conflicts and therefore more likely to exercise regularly. Plus, early exercisers often say that a morning routine leaves them feeling more energized and productive during the day.
Other News | Jul 20th 2017, 13:30

7 Things Every Professional Must Do To Be Successful

Landing a good paying job is what most people want. After landing your dream job, there are steps to take to secure your financial future as well as become successful in your chosen field.
Other News | Jul 18th 2017, 17:45

Scientists revealed 10 amazing benefits of Cucumber water

Cucumber water is fast becoming life. And its no surprise when you consider how many benefits there are
Other News | Jul 17th 2017, 18:46

Bananas Health benefits- Factual research

This article will take a look at the potential health benefits of bananas, such as improving heart health and promoting regularity. It also examines the possible health risks associated with them.
Other News | Jul 13th 2017, 20:29

Why garlic should be in your diet? Scientists unveiled its 10 best health benefits

Health benefits of garlic and the reasons why you should include them in the diet to maintain and enhance your body impeccably stay the healthiest .
Other News | Jul 11th 2017, 12:53

Currency Exchange rate in Kigali city this week

Inyarwanda .com reporter walked around in Kigali city yesterday to find out new trends in Currency exchange rate service that is being offered to Clients by almost giant Forex Bureaus in the end of this week.
Other News | Jul 7th 2017, 15:14

World Refugee Day 2017: UNHCR pledges to back Refugees to Rwanda’s Development Cultural Evening

UNHCR Highlights Contribution of Refugees to Rwandas Development at Cultural Evening Sponsored by Kigali Marriott Hotel.
Other News | Jun 22nd 2017, 11:05

Chinese scientists set to grow potatoes on the moon

Chinese scientists will attempt to grow potatoes on the moon as part of a forthcoming lunar mission.
Other News | Jun 15th 2017, 10:57

Astronomers discover two new satellites orbiting the gas giant

With telescopes becoming even more sensitive, astronomers have managed to spot two tiny new moons orbiting Jupiter.
Other News | Jun 14th 2017, 14:00

Scientists revealed 7 Nutrients the Human's Brain Needs To Stay Young

Perhaps you remember hearing your parents or some other authority figures telling you that fish is brain food. What they meant was that fish contains nutrients called omega-3 fatty acids that have been shown to enhance or improve brain function and help it to stay young.
Other News | Jun 7th 2017, 16:30

Eugene Anangwe on job hopping and his love for TV

Eugene Anangwe has cultivated a reputation for station-hopping, having had stints at most of the major broadcast houses in Kigali, both radio and TV.
Other News | Jun 6th 2017, 20:19

The CEO Regis Rugemanshuro explains what the Bank of Kigali's TecHouse is up to

In the face of disruptive technology, banking as a sector is staring at an unpredictable future; a future where banking services would be needed but perhaps not banks.
Other News | Jun 6th 2017, 19:46

Check out 17 Ways to Build your Blood much more stronger

Your blood feeds every cell, tissue, gland, organ and organ system in your body. Without strong, oxygen-rich blood these systems can become compromised. Here are 17 ways to build stronger, richer, healthier blood:
Other News | Jun 6th 2017, 11:35

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 An Omani
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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