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Regional bankers meet to discuss challengesACTION:Facing uncertain times head on Central bank governors from seven countries are gathered in Kigali to share good practices as well as prepare for... Read More
KIST faces acute accommodation crisis Challenge:Female students stranded Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) is faced with an acute shortage of accommodation facilities for female students, an issue... Read More
Mwai Kibaki orders compensation for traders affected by violenceRwandan and Ugandan traders claiming for compensation for goods lost during the 2007/2008 Kenyan post election violence can finally put a smile on their faces... Read More
Succession disputes derailing social justice, says reportDELAYED JUSTICE:A recipe for conflictMusanze — A report by the Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre-(ALAC), a human rights project under Transparency International-Rwanda, has indicated that... Read More
Study:To harmonise or not
Rwandans will have to wait longer to know whether they are allowed to import right hand drive vehicles in the country or not.
At least 300 projects that excelled in a nationwide campaign to promote an entrepreneurship culture will receive government backing to acquire loans from financial institutions.... Read More »
CHASING SHADOWS:Tunisia’s side lack a fighting spirit
BERND Krauss has been sacked as the head coach of Etoile du Sahel following their goalless draw against APR in the first leg of the first round of the Orange Champions League match played last weekend in Kigali.
East Africa Promoters head Joseph Mushyoma, on Tuesday, revealed that this season will feature two winners, bringing the total prize money to an incredible Rwf24 million for the winner and the first runners-up walking away with Rwf3 million.... Read More »
The race to find a new President of the World Bank is picking more interest than it usually does, partly due to the growing desire to end the 68 year old unwritten rule of having an American lead this institution.... Read More »
In a span of two weeks Africa has witnessed one of its most pessimistic and optimistic sides. The one is the Mali coup, and the other Abdoulaye Wade’s bowing out gracefully after losing the Senegal presidential elections.... Read More »
1. Briefly tell us about yourself and your background.
My name is Akaliza Gara and I am a 25 year old Rwandan entrepreneur. I moved to Rwanda for the first time in January 2009 after having lived in eight different cities around the world and visiting over 15 others by the time I was graduating from university.
The spick-and-span in the City of Kigali has come into being as a result of several deliberate efforts crafted by the policy makers, implemented by the technical staff managing the affairs of the city, with the full embrace and ownership by the Kigali citizenry.... Read More »