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Final Results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

   

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Final Results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

 

 DATE: 18th May, 2015

 

No. Candidate names WRITTEN/40 ORAL/60 TOTAL/100 OBSERVATION
1. BAHATI Imelda 30 34.66666667 64.66666667
2. BUTERA ISHEJA Sandrine 26 32.5 58.5
3. GATETE Lucien 28 33.33333333 61.33333333
4. KAMANA Laurent Absent
5. KUBWIMANA Laurent 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
6. MUHIRWA Terence 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
7. MUNEZA Ferdinand Absent
8. MUSEMA TUYISENGE Adeline 27 35.83333333 62.83333333
9. NDAYAMBAJE Richard 27 43.33333333 70.33333333

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10. NGENZI Thomas Absent

 

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Written exam results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

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Written exam results on Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

 

WRITTEN EXAM

 

DATE: 18th May, 2015

 

No. Candidate names Score/ 40 Remarks
1. BAHATI Imelda 30 Shortlisted
2. BUTERA ISHEJA Sandrine 26 Shortlisted
3. GATETE Lucien 28 Shortlisted
4. KAMANA Laurent Absent Not shortlisted for oral interview
5. KUBWIMANA Laurent 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
6. MUHIRWA Terence 20 Not shortlisted for oral interview
7. MUNEZA Ferdinand Absent Not shortlisted for oral interview
8. MUSEMA TUYISENGE Adeline 27 Shortlisted
9. NDAYAMBAJE Richard 27 Shortlisted
10. NGENZI Thomas Absent Not shortlisted for oral interview

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SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POST OF MEDIA MONITORING AND ACCREDITATION OFFICER

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LIST OF SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POST OF MONITORING AND ACCREDITATION OFFICER

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NAMES QUALIFICATIONS REMARKS
1 BAHATI Imelda Qualified Shortlisted
2 BUTERA ISHEJA Sandrine Qualified Shortlisted
3 GATETE Lucien Qualified Shortlisted
4 KAMANA Laurent Qualified Shortlisted
5 KUBWIMANA Laurent Qualified Shortlisted
6 MUHIRWA Terence Qualified Shortlisted
7 MUNEZA Ferdinand Qualified Shortlisted
8 MUSEMA TUYISENGE Adeline Qualified Shortlisted
9 NDAYAMBAJE Richard Qualified Shortlisted
10 NGENZI Thomas Qualified Shortlisted

 

NOTE: Shortlisted based on qualifications needed for Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer.

The above shortlisted candidates are requested to note the following details for selection written test.

Venue for written test: Rwanda Media Commission – Offices, REMERA

Date: 18th May, 2015

Time: 9:00 AM

For any clarification please contact us at 3536 or +250 280 078 888 or E-mail us on info@rmc.org.rw

 

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Post: Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer

 

Rwanda Media Commission abbreviated as RMC, is a media self-regulatory Body instructed by Law N0. 02/2013 of 08/02/2013 regulating Media in Rwanda, most especially in its Article 2 (20°) that defines media self regulation and under what circumstances the body is put in place as established by all Rwandan journalists in their General Assembly of 27/8/2013.

The mandate of the Rwanda Media Commission stems from a series of media reforms intended to streamline the media sector with developments in the social, economic, and political sectors in Rwanda. As such, arising from these reforms, RMC emerged as the institution mandated to institutionalize a self-regulatory mechanism as the key method of defining the relationship between media institutions, practitioners, government, and the broader representations of the public. In particular, RMC undertook a three-fold mission to: a) nurture, promote and protect ethical journalistic practices; b) defend media freedom and media consumers; c) speak in behalf of the media fraternity on matters related to ethical standards and media freedom. This mandate is clearly articulated in the blueprint for media self-regulation in Rwanda.

In order to strength its mandate, RMC would like to recruit a Monitoring and Accreditation Officer to be part of the team within RMC that is responsible for the monitoring and accreditation functions of the Institution. Read more here: Media Monitoring and Accreditation Officer_RMC_20150507

 

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SPEECH OF THE RMC CHAIRMAN ON THE WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY

SPEECH OF THE RMC CHAIRMAN, ON THE WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY CELEBRATIONS, MAY 3, 2015 AT THE SERENA KIGALI HOTEL.

 

The Minister of Local Government,

The CEO of RGB,

The One UN Resident Co-ordinator,

Members of the Diplomatic Corps,

Senior government officials,

Heads of Media Associations,

Dear fellow journalists,

Ladies and gentlemen,

Allow me on behalf of the Rwanda Media Commission, and on behalf of all journalists in this country, who in their daily work promote the values of media freedom, to congratulate you upon celebrating the World Press Freedom Day. Drawing from this year’s theme: Let Journalism Thrive! Towards Better Reporting, Gender Equality and Media Safety in the Digital Age”, let me make a few observations.  As media practitioners, the celebration of the World Press Freedom Day gives us great pleasure because it is a recognition of the importance of our work in achieving peaceful, developmental and democratic societies. I have, on many occasions, heard colleagues refer to journalism as a thankless job, mostly in regard to the many risks involved with it compared to the pay that comes with it! But on this occasion, I regard as a vote of thanks, the presence of all of us from various walks of life to celebrate the values of press freedom.

 As the journalists present here will testify, doing journalism is not simply reporting stories. It is a search for truth that we must tell in those stories, and as such, it more often than not brings us into conflict with those that would want to suppress the truth. In other words, it is true that journalism can be a risky undertaking. This is well captured in this year’s theme, which highlights the need for media safety.

As UNESCO’s concept note on the theme explains, “the work of journalists often puts them at specific risk of harassment, intimidation and violence”. The fact that a few minutes ago, we paid tribute to journalists who lost their lives during the genocide against the Tutsi, illustrates this point.

But despite these risks and the well documented fact that journalists are some of the least paid professionals, our presence here to celebrate this day is a sign of our commitment to ensure that journalism thrives!

We are encouraged by the message of the UN Secretary General on this day, when he says that “we need to understand that information must not only be universal, but also free to challenge the status quo, and to provide a window of hope for those whose voices are silenced by the censorship of corruption, violence, intimidation, and retaliation”.

In Rwanda, we have made important steps in negotiating an environment in which journalists are less at risk in doing their work. The media reforms that ushered in self-regulation have created a positive environment to deal with both the complaints against journalists and the risks to their work.

At RMC, for example, we have handled and amicably resolved complaints brought against journalists, as well as complaints that journalists have filed especially in relation to intimidation and the violence they encounter during the course of their duty.

I would therefore like to appreciate the spirit in which the media reforms were implemented.

We have created a good working relationship with government agencies such as the CID and the office of the national prosecutor, and I am very happy to report that as I speak now, there is no journalist in prison because of their journalistic work. This was not the case a few years ago. But this does not mean that we have reached the apex of press freedom. Achieving press freedom, in my opinion, is always work in progress.

As I said earlier, since journalism is a search for truth, challenges will always emerge to contest its values. In Rwanda, we still have challenges as well.

The media reforms whose fruits I have just cited set up various institutions with their respective mandates in ensuring media freedom, professionalism, and access to information.

Our main challenge now, as we consolidate the gains we have made in media freedom, is to respect and support these institutions to do their work. Any policies or actions that undermine what we have already achieved will only serve to reverse the existing positive environment I have talked about.

Last but not least, I would like to commend all those who have participated in the Development Journalism Awards by submitting their entries. For those who will receive prizes, congratulations in advance. For those who will miss out this time, congratulations as well, because in our duty of promoting media freedom, professionalism and responsibility, we are all winners whether we receive prizes or not.

I therefore wish everybody a very enjoyable evening.

Thanks you!

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Press Release on the verdict of RMC on the case filed by MUNYANKIKO Froduald against City Radio and A.M.I.T. against Radio One

 

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Press Release on the verdict of RMC on the case filed by MUNYANKIKO Froduald against City Radio and A.M.I.T. against Radio One

Rwanda Media Commission, media self-regulatory body, wishes to inform the general public, especially media houses that Wednesday on 07th January 2015 at 4:00 p.m., will announce in public the decision by Rwanda Media Commission on the case filed by MUNYANKIKO Froduald against City Radio and decision by Rwanda Media Commission on the case filed by Maj’maa-El-Itrati organisation au Rwanda (A.M.I.T) against Radio One.

The case lodged by MUNYANKIKO against City radio was about the talk show named URUKIKO where complainant alleged that the journalist said there are ethnic divisions in the Microfinance AMASEZERANO COMMUNITY BANKING headed by Mr MUNYANKIKO. It was further alleged that the microfinance institution is riddled with sectarianism and nepotism which are all spearheaded by Mr MUNYANKIKO himself who is the head of the institution.

In the case of AMIT VS Radio One the complainants were arguing that they had concerns on the talk show « Iyobokamana ry’Umwimerere», which can create divisions amongst them and their compatriots gathered under the Association of Rwandan Muslims (AMUR) and at the same time, have an impact on Christian believers.

Emanated from the Media Law No 02/2013 of 08/08/2013 which regulates the media profession in Rwanda, the core mandate of RMC is to promote, nurture and protect ethical journalistic practices in Rwanda.

The key activity in this respect is handling complaints from media consumers, including the general public and government, regarding media content.

Any person or institution that feels aggrieved by any content in the media lodge a complaint with RMC for redress. RMC handles and disposes of these complaints based on a detailed complaints procedure, and in interpretation of the Code of Ethics as stipulated in Articles 2, 4 and 21 of the Media Law No. 02/2013 of 08/08/2013.

Ethics Committee and Appeals Committee’s first consideration is an amicable resolution of the complaints under consideration; given the fact that self-regulation is built around consensual interest in the voluntary enforcement of the professional code of ethics. In this respect, sanctions are only taken as a last resort for restorative and corrective reasons, rather than retribution or punishment.

For More Information please contact:

 SIBOMANA Eugene

Communications and Public Relations Officer

Rwanda Media Commission

Telephone: +250 788884713

E-mail: esibomana@rmc.org.rw

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Final Results on Differents Posts

 

      

FINAL RESULTS ON DIFFERENT POSTS.

DATE: 23RD SEPTEMBER 2014

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

CANDIDATE NAME WRITTEN/40 ORAL/60 TOTAL/100 OBSERVATION
1 NDAYISABA JULIUS 30 50 80 PASSED
2 BUTERA FRANK 34 45 79
3 KAMUGISHA  STEPHEN 25 29 54
4 UWIZEYE  JOSIANE 25 28 53
5 NSHIMIYIMANA  AARON 26 24 50

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE COMMUNICATION AND PR OFFICER

CANDIDATE NAME WRITTEN/40 ORAL/60 TOTAL/100 OBSERVATION
1 SIBOMANA  EUGENE 32 43 75 PASSED
3 MUKANDAYISENGA  RACHEL 28 45 73
4 TURIKUMWE  NOEL 25 32 57

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE MEDIA MONITORING AND ACCREDITATION             OFFICER

CANDIDATE NAME WRITTEN/40 ORAL/60 TOTAL/100 OBSERVATION
1 MUNYENTWALI J. MAURICE 34 48 82 PASSED
2 BATAMURIZA  BEATRICE 28 37 65
3 TURIKUMWE NOEL  29 27 56
4 NYIRANKUNZIMANA  LEOCADIE 26 24 50

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE ACCOUNTANT

NO CANDIDATE NAME WRITTEN/40 ORAL/60 TOTAL/100 OBSERVATION
1 HABIMANA  GILBERT 29 48.8 77.8 PASSED
2 NTAMUGABUMWE ERNEST 33 40.6 73.6
3 GAHAMANYI  IRENEE 35 37.4 72.4
4 NDAHIMANA  JUVENS 30 40.6 70.6
5 TUMUSHIME  JOSEPHINE 29 34 63
6 GATSINZI  VIATEUR 29 32 61

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE LEGAL OFFICER

NO CANDIDATE NAME WRITTEN/40 ORAL/60 TOTAL/100 OBSERVATION
1 IBAMBE JEAN  PAUL 46 23 69 PASSED
2 NDAYIKUNDA LYDIA 44 24 68 PASSED
3 DUSABEYEZU ETHIENNE 40 27 67
4 MULINDABIGWI MIRYAM 42 22 64
5 NTWARI ERIC 36,6 23 59,6
6 MUNEZERO CLARISSE 37 21 58
7 BARAHIRA MUKAZANA FIDELA 29 24 53
8 MAZIMPAKA EDDY 28 24 52
9 UWAMAHORO PATRICK 22 25 47
10 NYANDWI ETHIENNE 21 22 43
11 BYUKUSENGE M. JEANNE 21,5 20 41,5

 

N.B: The date for job beginning will be communicated soon

For any further information please contact us on Tel: 3536; +250 280 078 888; or email: rwandarmc@gmail.com

Done at Kigali, September 23rd, 2014
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Rwanda Media Commission.

 

 

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Written exam results on various posts

WRITTEN EXAMS.

DATE: 10TH SEPTEMBER 2014

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

S/N CANDIDATE NAME SCORE/40
1 BUTERA  FRANK 34
2 NDAYISABA  JULIUS 30
3 NSHIMIYIMANA  AARON 26
4 KAMUGISHA  STEPHEN 25
5 UWIZEYE  JOSIANE 25
6 KAMUGISHA   CHARLES 24
7 RURANGWA   THEONESTE 19
8 NTIBIRAMIRA  JEAN  DAMASCENE 17
9 NIYIBIZI P.  CELESTIN 16

NOTICE: Candidates with 25 MARKS AND ABOVE are invited for oral interview

DATE: FRIDAY 12th SEPTEMBER, 2014.

VENUE: RMC OFFICE

TIME: 9:00 AM

 

 

 

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE COMMUNICATION AND PR OFFICER

S/N CANDIDATE NAME SCORE/40
1 SIBOMANA  EUGENE 32
2 DUSHIMIMANA  MARIE  ANNE 31
3 MUKANDAYISENGA  RACHEL 28
4 TURIKUMWE  NOEL 25
5 KAYITARE  JEAN  CLAUDE 24
6 NIBOMARI  ELVIS 22
7 KAMANA  LAURENT 22
8 MUKAMA  SANDRINE 21
9 HATANGIMANA  ANGE ERIC 21
10 BENIMANA  GLORIA 17
11 KAMANZI THEONESTE 16
12 KAMPIRE KAYIGAMBA  DANIELLA 16
13 KANZIGA  ADELINE 15
14 RUTEBUKA  BIJANDA  FIDELE 6

NOTICE: Candidates with 25 MARKS AND ABOVE are invited for oral interview

DATE: FRIDAY 12th SEPTEMBER, 2014.

VENUE: RMC OFFICE

TIME: 10:30 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE MEDIA MONITORING AND ACCREDITATION OFFICER

S/N CANDIDATE NAME SCORE/40
1 MUNYENTWALI JEAN MAURICE 34
2 TURIKUMWE  NOEL 29
3 BATAMURIZA  BEATRICE 28
4 NYIRANKUNZIMANA  LEOCADIE 26
5 HABIMANA  ABDUL KARIM 25
6 TUYISENGE  EMMANUEL 24
7 KABERUKA  TELESPHORE 23
8 MULEMBA  ISSIAKA 23
9 GATETE  LUCIEN 23
10 MUNYENTWALI  JEROME 22
11 NDAGIJIMANA  DIOGENE 21
12 NZEYIMANA  CLEOPHAS 19
13 HABARUGIRA  EPAPHRODITE 16
14 MUKANDAYISENGA  RACHEL 13
15 UWIMANA   JACQUELINE 13
16 KAMANZI  THEONESTE 4

NOTICE: Candidates with 25 MARKS AND ABOVE are invited for oral interview

DATE: FRIDAY 12th SEPTEMBER, 2014.

VENUE: RMC OFFICE

TIME: 11:30 AM                              

 

RESULTS FOR THE POSITION OF THE ACCOUNTANT

S/N CANDIDATE NAME SCORE/40
1 GAHAMANYI IRENEE 35
2 NTAMUGABUMWE  ERNEST 33
3 NDAHIMANA  JUVENS 30
4 TUMUSHIME  JOSEPHINE 29
5 HABIMANA  GILBERT 29
6 GATSINZI  VIATEUR 29
7 HAKIZIMANA  AIME  EMMANUEL 28
8 NKANDE  VOLONTE 28
9 DEREVA  GOEFFREY 24
10 MUNYEMANA  DAVID 18
11 KARUHANGA  GEOFFREY 16
12 UMUHIRE  LILIANE 16
13 TUYISINGIZE  MARIUS 14
14 HITIMANA  ANDRE 14
15 MUHIRE  KIROKO  PATIENT 14
16 SHEMA KAWEESI  PAUL 13
17 DUSHIMIMANA  FELIX 12
18 NDAGIJIMANA  YUSUFU 12
19 NTAGANZWA  TEOGENE 12
2O MIGISHA  JEAN  GERMAIN 11
21 KIIZA  STEPHEN 10
22 MANZI  EUGENE 10
23 GASORE  JEAN CLAUDE 9
24 UMEREWENEZA  DIEUDONNE 8
25 BASHAYIJA  SAMUEL 7
26 MUTSINZI  ADOLPHE 7
27 NISINGIZWE  REGINE 7

NOTICE: Candidates with 25 MARKS AND ABOVE are invited for oral interview

DATE: FRIDAY 12th SEPTEMBER, 2014.

VENUE: RMC OFFICE

TIME: 2:00 PM

 

 

Done at Kigali, September 10th, 2014
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Rwanda Media Commission.

 

 

 

 

 

WRITTEN EXAM RESULTS ON VARIOUS POSTS

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