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Rwanda ranked in access to Information

Apr 24, 15 Rwanda ranked in access to Information

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Rwanda has been ranked 11th African country for putting in place the access to information (ATI) Law; but more work is calling with regards to educating the public and leaders on their obligations practice the right to access information. Other countries on the continent with such a law include South Africa,...

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Media investors tipped on professionalism

Apr 13, 15 Media investors tipped on professionalism

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Prof. Anastase Shyaka, the Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) has urged the media sector to invest more by focusing on raising the level of professionalism in the industry. Shyaka noted that though there has been a sense of growth in numbers of media outlets (online, Radio and TV) in past...

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Nyagatare: Umunyamakuru ni umujyanama si umugenzuzi

Apr 09, 15 Nyagatare: Umunyamakuru ni umujyanama si umugenzuzi

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Kuri uyu wa 02 Mata,2015 mu karere ka Nyagatare abayobozi n’abanyamakuru bunguranye ibitekerezo ku itegeko ryemerera umuturage n’umunyamakuru guhabwa amakuru ku gihe, abayobozi bakaba biyemeje guhindura imikorere kuko bamenye ko umunyamakuru ari umujyanama atari umugenzuzi w’ibitagenda neza. Ibi biganiro...

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Media pointed as big reason for 1994 Genocide

Apr 07, 15 Media pointed as big reason for 1994 Genocide

Posted by in English, Featured, Ibinyamakuru

In conflict, the media play an important role, shedding light on events and calling for action to stop the death or injury of innocents. The media can also play an opposing and less virtuous role, fuelling conflict and promoting violence. And both before and during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, this was...

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