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Rwanda has retained its position as an ideal host for businesses in the East African Community (EAC) by clinching the top position in the first ever business rankings conducted by the bloc’s Secretariat. The report, dubbed “Doing Business in the East African Community 2011,” was launched Wednesday by the EAC Deputy Secretary General in charge of Planning and Infrastructure, Dr. Enos Bukuku.... Full Story
The Government of Rwanda and the Government of the People’s Republic of China, yesterday, signed six economic and technical cooperation agreements. The pacts were signed by the Chinese International Trade Representative and Deputy Minister of Commerce, Gao Hucheng, and various Rwandan ministers; Foreign Affairs, Health, Infrastructure and Agriculture.... Read More »
In a move to improve the savings culture and boost investments in the country, government plans to rollout a financial literacy campaign in schools. The State Minister for Education, Dr. Mathias Harebamungu, is optimistic that increasing the savings mobilisation within schools would help to create a foundation for financial discipline which is vital for the country’s development.... Read More »
Rwanda vs Ivory Coast
Burundi vs Benin AMAVUBI Coach Sellas Tetteh will only ponder on a friendly for the National team after getting a full house - that is after the arrival of the professional players. The Ghanaian summoned seven pros for the crucial tie and they include youngsters Andrew Buteera and Charles Tibingana, Elias Uzamukunda, Bokota Labama, Patrick Mafisango, Haruna Niyonzima and Kalisa Mao.
This Brooklyn-based artiste originally hails from Uganda, born to Rwandan parents in 1982. At the age of 10, Scupaa Knight already knew that he wanted to become an entertainer. “I cannot forget my originality which is Rwanda because if the song Mateteri and 101 FM made me famous, so how should I forget my roots. Apart from promoting my music in the country, I want to participate in the country’s development by promoting charity projects and business activities,” Scupaa told The New Times.... Read More »