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Category "Dance"

    Salsa, the alien dance that’s adored by many

Salsa, the alien dance that’s adored by many

As the world grows into a small global village at the advent of better communication, transport and technological systems, adoption of several different cultures equally comes along to make the world even smaller. Much as we owe it to ourselves to preserve our very own, we are equally engrossed in and [...]

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    Who are the Jabba Junior members?

Who are the Jabba Junior members?

They are young, talented and passionate about dancing—they call themselves the Jabba Junior members. Their exceptionally unique dancing skills have seen them win several dance competitions in the country over the past years. The New Times’ Sarah Kwihangana had a brief chat with these youngsters. Sean Allan Tumba, 21 “I am the youngest [...]

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    Meet the faces behind Jabba Junior dance crew

Meet the faces behind Jabba Junior dance crew

Berry Manzi is a young innovative and ambitious man. In 2009 together with two friends they came up with an idea of starting up what has today become one of the most respected and wanted dance crews in the country, Jabba Junior. Sarah Kwihangana interviewed Manzi on how they started this [...]

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Rebecca Davies dancing for a cause

  Rebecca Davies dancing for a cause

Rebecca Davies is not your ordinary dancer. She is more than a ballet dancer, moving in symphony to the music to make a living. When not in her ballet shoes, [...]

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Impinyuza to stage play at Serena Hotel

  Impinyuza to stage play at Serena Hotel

A traditional play called- Gira Ubuntu will be staged at Kigali Serena Hotel on Sunday. Headlining the play will be the Impinyuza cultural troupe. The show begins at 6p.m and ends [...]

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Meet Rutaremara, an orphan who has found solace in dancing

  Meet Rutaremara, an orphan who has found solace in dancing

Gilbert Rutaremara is an orphan who lost his parents in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. But despite the gloomy past he has not resigned to the unfortunate fate. He [...]

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Wainaina: You can earn a good living in choreography

  Wainaina: You can earn a good living in choreography

Ian Wainaina’s name is synonymous with dance and choreography. The 35-year-old has been dancing for ages that he can barely remember when he started.  He has been able to make [...]

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‘Burundi Night’ thrills fans

  ‘Burundi Night’ thrills fans

The Burundian community and friends of Burundi in Kigali flocked to Sports View hotel on Friday night for what was a music gala dubbed ‘Burundi Night’. The well attended event was [...]

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Thrill The World Kigali excites revellers

  Thrill The World Kigali excites revellers

Concert goers from all over Kigali last Saturday flocked the New Papyrus for an international performance. Dubbed, Thrill The World Kigali, the event was the first of its kind in Rwanda. [...]

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