Inflation declined by three percent, Central Bank

Rwanda’s inflation decelerated to 2


RSSB boss summoned in medical bills, compensation case

The Supreme Court in Kigali has summoned Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) in a nine-year-old case in which their client seeks medications after a work accident and compensations for the negligence of the social security board


Court convicts Kenyan, Burundian for trafficking Burundian women after contentions over witnesses

The High Court Chamber for International Crimes convicted two men, Kenyan and Burundian, for trafficking 11 Burundian women in a case of sharp contentions over the victims’ witnesses which the defendants dismissed as unsubstantial




Inflation declined by three percent, Central Bank

Rwanda’s inflation decelerated to 2


RSSB boss summoned in medical bills, compensation case

The Supreme Court in Kigali has summoned Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) in a nine-year-old case in which their client seeks medications after a work accident and compensations for the negligence of the social security board


Court convicts Kenyan, Burundian for trafficking Burundian women after contentions over witnesses

The High Court Chamber for International Crimes convicted two men, Kenyan and Burundian, for trafficking 11 Burundian women in a case of sharp contentions over the victims’ witnesses which the defendants dismissed as unsubstantial


Mastectomy case: court awards over Rwf100 million to negligence victim

A woman whose breast was removed for breast cancer she did not have, has been awarded over Rw100 million ($100,000) in compensations at Gasabo Intermediate Court in a case she sought Rwf305 million ($300,000)


Lawyer challenges law for limiting appeals at the Court of Appeal

Kigali lawyer petitioned the Supreme Court to scrap two provisions in the 2018 law determining the jurisdiction of courts that limit the admissibility of appeals to the Court of Appeal


Gatsibo unsolved murder: victim relatives complain delayed investigation

Relatives of a young man who was beaten to death at Kiziguro Gatsibo District in eastern Province have blamed the Rwanda Investigation Bureau for delayed investigation in the case


Rwanda to implement more 75 UPRs, calls stakeholders’ openness

The government of Rwanda has announced that it will implement the 75 Universal Periodic Review (UPR) recommendations on top of the 160 they officially committed to undertake at Geneva in January 2021


Court orders insurer to pay loan for deceased whose life insurance entered without knowing he was on deathbed

The commercial High Court in Kigali ordered Soras (now Sanlam) insurance company to pay a loan whose owner had life cover at the insurer just a month before he succumbed to liver cancer which he never revealed to the insurance company


At the forensic laboratory, every contact leaves a trace

The body tissues, fluids, body prints, shoe marks and many more are the things Rwanda Forensic Laboratory handles to provide law enforcement with scientific evidence to establish who is who in an investigation


The tender love, the indifferent law and the ended lives

We revisited cases of convicted young men for defilement, the constitutional petition that challenged the provision that convicted them, talked to the authorities on the ground, families of convicted young men and defiled young women


Gold pulls up exports as trade deficit nears double-digits rise

Rwanda’s exports recorded a positive outlook growing by nearly 14 percent in 2020, an increment attributed to high receipts from refined gold which tremendously grew by 134


Experts say defilement law is too aggressive

Dr Tite Niyibizi, a lecturer at the Institute of Legal Practice and Development has challenged the child defilement article 133 of the 2018 penal code for stipulating higher sentences than necessary






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