The police forces of Rwanda and Uganda have agreed to embark on combating emerging crimes, especially in the areas of terrorism, that have been affecting the safety and security of the citizens of both countries.
The government has told the country’s largest beverage maker, Bralirwa, to respect its market leadership position and open space for fair competition rather than stifle its competitors.
Rwanda’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Ernest Rwamucyo, has won the ‘Diplomat of the Year 2012 for Africa’ out of 164 embassies and diplomatic missions represented in London, United Kingdom. This is the first time a Rwandan envoy has won such an award.
A United Nations-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone, yesterday, convicted former Liberian President, Charles Taylor of war crimes, the first time a former African Head of State has been found guilty by an international tribunal.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has honoured Visa Inc. with this year’s Corporate Award which recognises American companies that demonstrate exemplary commitment to trade or invest in one or more MCC partner countries.