Brittney is a Kinyarwanda-speaking, swimming-lesson-giving Canadian who I met through a friend awhile ago after hearing that she was starting up a business to share
Obed is a rider with Team Rwanda whose career has taken an interesting path to the US where he’s been trained in massage and yoga
I met Dennis at an entrepreneurship event hosted by The Office and the Babson-Rwanda Entrepreneurship Center. He’s an eager student who I enjoyed talking to
I met Marie-Noelle on a recent trip to Gisenyi and thought she had an interesting story to share. A lot of people have dreams of
Back towards the beginning of the summer, I’d heard murmurings of an event at Top Tower hosted by the then mysterious K-TEAM. The event seemed
As much as I love Rwanda, it’s not really a place with a huge focus on the arts which is a bit frustrating. But there
A couple of friends of mine have spent plenty of time hanging out at this art studio and put me in touch with Jean Bosco.
I’ve been hearing about this phantom burrito place for what seems like well over a year now and it looks like it’s finally here! Rejoice!
Gilles Grassioulet is a teacher a Green Hills Academy in Kigali. As well as teaching, he’s been working on his own projects which you can
Whether you’re a fan of cycling or not, you can’t deny that the story of Team Rwanda is an inspiring one. The Team has been
Songa Designs has been on my radar for awhile now, having seen their colourful jewelry hanging around the necks and off the ears of some
Another interview, this time with someone whose amazing work I’ve seen first hand. A friend of mine was interning at The Kinamba Project when I
We want to interview locals and expats who are doing interesting things in Kigali… and this is the first one. I’m a bit dubious of