TAKING STOCK:President happy with progress but demands more results The Ninth Government Leadership Retreat enters its second day today with officials setting out strategies to accelerate the country’s development towards achieving a middle-income economy by 2020.
The National Public Prosecution Authority (NPPA) has promised the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda (ICTR) that the government will co-operate fully with its monitoring team during the trial of Genocide suspect, Jean Uwinkindi, if he is transferred to Rwanda.
More than 100 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of top firms in the region are expected to attend the grand finale of Inspire Africa, a reality television show aimed at mentoring young entrepreneurs, which is scheduled for April 1 in Kigali.
Procurement officers in the country are planning to set up a professional association that that will cater for their needs, says Gerald Yemukama, the Procurement Officer at the Gender Monitoring Office (GMO).
COURTESY PAYS:Making the customer King
GISAGARA–Authorities in Gisagara District have launched a one week customer care campaign to assist businesses and government officials improve the quality of service as the debate and courtesy spreads across the country.