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Twists in Rwandan Online Media Industry

Rwanda’s Online Media Sector is facing compulsory reshuffle as new media houses and new faces are joining the sector while others are leaving. Also there are fears that lack of financial means will push many media practitioners to violate Journalism code of conduct as they will be forced to use dishonest means to get money.

Instagram is the Fastest Growing Social Network Among World Leaders

BCW Study Finds 92 Heads of State, 48 Heads of Government and 36 Foreign Ministers Have Personal Accounts on Instagram NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most followed world leader on Instagram with 14.8 million followers. He is closely followed by Indonesian President Joko Widodo, with 12.2 million followers, who more than doubled his followers over the...

Should You Resolve Not to Gossip in 2019?

We try to resist, but we’ve all done it: A co-worker says, “Did you hear why Jeremy got transferred out of Janine’s department?” Despite feeling a twinge of guilt, we lean in to hear more. One reason we feel guilty about listening to gossip is that it often violates trust. When someone gossips about someone...

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Rwanda breaking mind barriers to achieve Vision 2050

While celebrating the achievements of Vision 2020, the new Vision 2050 sets new targets that make everybody realise that the development of...