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Kagame condoles with Mandela family, orders flags to fly at half-staffPresident Paul Kagame has sent his condolences to the family of former South African president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, saying the... Read More
New strategy to improve ‘Made in Rwanda’ brandLocal manufacturers have unveiled a three-year strategic plan aimed at enabling the manufacturing sector to cut production costs, become more innovative and improve the quality... Read More
Monetary Union will boost regional trade, macroeconomic stability – govt A regional single currency will not only ease cross border business but also help fast-track Rwanda’s economic growth by providing macroeconomic stability. Read More
Diaspora Mutual Fund to be revivedMembers of the Rwanda Diaspora Global Network (RDGN) executive committee in the country are planning an investment forum next week to consider modalities of reviving... Read More
RwandAir is set to receive its new Q-400 NextGen aircraft end of February next year, in what official say would help the national carrier consolidate its west African route once.... Full Story
The US Ambassador to Rwanda, Donald W. Koran, last week swore in 34 new Peace Corps Volunteers.
This is the 10th group of Peace Corps Volunteers to serve in the country since Peace Corps returned to the country in 2008.
NATIONAL Rally champion, Davite Giancarlo, continued his dominance of the national rally championship after winning the 7th round of the local rally calendar Rally de Mille Collines to take this year’s championship over the weekend.... Read More »
Kamichi’s album launch was an electrifying affair. But apart from the eclectic moments that sometimes left people on their feet, the show started on a low note.
I arrived at the venue, Kigali Serena hotel in time only to discover that the show would not start on time. Sound and light engineers were still working on the stage. And being the earliest bird meant i had to endure some moments of boredom.
Today all the world’s attention is on a stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. People from across the globe, great and ordinary, including leaders from the big powers as well as the small nations gather to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, a truly great man, claimed by every part of humanity as its own.... Read More »
NAIROBI, Kenya — In the years before South Africa became a beacon of democratic progress, it was the site of some of the world’s most notorious human rights violations. In addition to the crimes committed by the apartheid regime, there were violent clashes between supporters of the African National Congress and the Zulu nationalist Inkatha Freedom Party that left thousands dead.... Read More »
Isaiah Nsengimana, 27, a resident of Shyogwe Sector in Muhanga district, graduated two years ago from Catholic University of Kabgayi with a degree in management.
Shortly after graduation, Nsegimana was lucky to get employment with Urwego Opportunity Bank, but the young graduate worked for only eight months and decided to quit his job to pursue his passion, farming.
Every year, 30th November is celebrated all over East Africa in commemoration of when the treaty for establishment of the East African Community was signed.... Read More »