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Here's how often you should wash your bath towel

It's not as clean and fresh as you think it is. The moment you use it, it becomes a breeding ground of bacteria; fungi; dead skin cells; salivary, anal and urinary secretions; and many other germs lingering in your bathroom that may have hopped onto your towel including droplets from your toilet.
Other News | Jan 3rd 2017, 09:54

Boy, 6, is locked on a freezing balcony because he ate Christmas leftovers without permission

The boy was punished for eating Christmas left overs on Boxing Day morning. Officials claimed the child was left outside from 5am until 8pm on Monday. His twin sister, police said, was also taken to hospital as she was malnourished. Their mother and their step-father are both facing charges of child torture
Other News | Dec 30th 2016, 13:35

It's official: We finally have an Ebola vaccine that's up to 100% effective

Researchers have developed an Ebola vaccine which provides 100 percent protection against one particularly dangerous strain of the disease, based on final field tests on thousands of people in West Africa.
Other News | Dec 29th 2016, 06:51

Sorry everyone, 2016 will have an extra second added to the end of it

For most of us, 2016 has been a crap pile of a year that just won't end. Many of our favourite celebrities and scientists have passed away, the planet is warmer than ever before, and now, to drag things out, scientists will be adding an extra second onto New Year's Eve.
Other News | Dec 29th 2016, 06:44

You will soon be able to edit and delete your WhatsApp messages after you've sent them

WhatsApp is the biggest messaging app in the world with over a billion users. Reports suggest the app is trialling the update in its iOS beta software. The Facebook-owned firm has not yet officially confirmed the new features.
Other News | Dec 22nd 2016, 09:41

A school in India is asking parents to plant a tree instead of paying fees

To encourage all students to get an education, even if their parents can't afford it, a primary school in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh is asking parents to simply plant a tree sapling instead of paying school fees.
Other News | Dec 21st 2016, 15:32

Pregnancy changes a woman's brain structure for at least 2 years after giving birth

It's not just your body that's changing. A first-of-its-kind study has shown that being pregnant creates long-lasting effects in a mother's brain, with MRI scans showing changes in grey matter volume that may actually help mums look after their new babies.
Other News | Dec 20th 2016, 17:15

This is why women are having bigger breasts

The breasts of women are getting bigger than it was in years past and the introduction of L-cup bras for women large breasts is another evidence of modern women having bigger breasts. So what could really be the cause?
Other News | Dec 15th 2016, 13:35


If you want to get more out of life, there are certain things you need to accomplish before you turn 30. Check them out below:
Other News | Dec 9th 2016, 17:38

Moroccan friendship with Rwanda being boosted economically through Bank of Africa

This Friday, December 9, 2016, Bank of Africa Group officially inaugurated its new Rwandan subsidiary, this comes shortly after King Mohammed VI of Morocco visited Rwanda, this was also after president Paul Kagame of Rwanda visited Morocco back in June and both visits resulted into big financial partnerships.
Other News | Dec 9th 2016, 16:41

Donald Trump named as Time magazine's person of the year

US president-elect joins Obama, Hitler and Stalin on list of people deemed most influential for better or for worse. In a fitting end to a year in which he dominated TV screens and front pages, Donald Trump has been named Times person of the year.
Other News | Dec 8th 2016, 13:00

A first-of-its-kind HIV vaccine will move to phase II trials in 2017

A brand new type of HIV vaccine will move onto phase II clinical trials in 2017, after phase I trials showed that it was safe to use in humans. The potential new vaccine will be tested on 600 people in North America, to see how well it can prevent them from getting the virus.
Other News | Dec 7th 2016, 10:04

President Kagame believes in science for socio-economic transformation

President Kagame officiated the opening of the 27th General Meeting for The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS). The meeting in Kigali attracted over 300 participants from 53 countries.
Other News | Nov 15th 2016, 11:52

25 things every woman should understand about men and relationships

Its really sad to note that most women learn about men and relationships the hard way (after series of terrible heart breaks). The problem with learning about men and relationships the hard way is that it can leave consequences and lingering effects.
Other News | Oct 28th 2016, 17:38

President Kagame ends State Visit to Mozambique

President Paul Kagame today addressed members of the academic and Business society in Maputo, at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Center.
Other News | Oct 26th 2016, 13:18

A Safe, secure and investor friendly Rwanda attracted CG Corp Global and CG Hotels & Resorts to invest in Hospitality

Hospitality is one of the biggest industries in the world, contributing at 10% to global economy and CG Corp Global is one of the biggest hotel brands in the world, originating in Nepal about 150 years ago and it owns over 110 hotels worldwide
Other News | Oct 6th 2016, 19:50

From a street kid to a Storyteller Photographer: How Nkizingabo shaped the life of Street kids with Photography

Life is a Journey. The Past is a history sometimes we reminisce with painful memories and the future is a mystery. They say. They say, but one must create it.
Culture News | Sep 17th 2016, 18:57

Joel Karekezi waves off to Mashariki African Film Festival as the festival’s director

Two years wind off since Rwanda knew a new film festival: Mashariki African Film Festival. The festival's founder, Tresor Senga gathered the team of creatives in cinematic environment, to bring what seemed as the New Wave in Rwandan festival organizations and Joel Karekezi was among, working for the Festival as the Artistic director.
Culture News | Sep 5th 2016, 11:29

Solar Eclipse in Kigali: as it happened through Inyarwanda’s lense (PICTURES)

In the morning of this wake of September, the world witnessed the ring of fire Solar Eclipse. In Kigali, the battle in the skies between the Sun and the Moon was captured vividly by Inyarwanda's photographer Modeste Uwizeyimana.
Other News | Sep 1st 2016, 12:44

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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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