People and Culture

The Kigali Hub

Muslim quarter of Nyamirambo Introduces the city’s most multi-cultural suburb, the sights, sounds and smells of urban Rwanda. In association with the Nyamirambo Women’s Centre (NWC), you will be guided through homes, exposed to the Arab influences, the market, the […] Read More »

Rwanda’s culture and people

Rwanda is a country of mainly three groups of people these are the Hutu, Tutsi, and the Twa. The Hutu dominates other groups with over 84%, the Tutsi with 15% and the Twa 1%. The culture of Rwanda is varied. […] Read More »

Rwandan Culture

Despite Rwanda’s background, her culture has stayed untouched since precolonial times, Rwanda as a nation comprises of only one tribe of Banyarwanda people who share a single language and cultural heritage this explains well as to why their culture has […] Read More »

Media and communications

Rwanda has very many sources of media, and the largest radio and television stations are state run. The majority of the people can have access to radio and radio Rwanda is the major source of news throughout the country and […] Read More »