Kagame, Huawei chairperson discuss cooperation in Rwanda's ICT

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President Paul Kagame and the chairperson of Huawei Technologies Ms. Sun Yafang on Thursday held discussion on how to strengthen cooperation in Rwanda’s ICT industry.

Kagame donates Rwf52m vehicle to cycling federation

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Rwanda Cycling Federation (FERWACY) has received a Toyota Land Cruiser worth Rwf52 million that was part of the promises from President Paul Kagame to Team Rwanda following their historic success...

Uganda police spokesperson gunned down in Kampala

Three people including Uganda Police Spokesperson, Assistant Inspector General of Police Andrew Felix Kaweesi were shot dead this morning in the Ugandan capital Kampala.

High Court upholds Evode Imena bail

The High Court in Kigali yesterday maintained previous decision by Nyarugenge Intermediate Court which granted bail to Evode Imena, the former mining minister who faces charges of favoritism and unlawful...

VIDEO: ICT, broadband linking communities - Kagame

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President Paul Kagame has called for continued partnerships in the promotion of ICT and broadband rollout, saying that they are linking communities and bettering economies.

Varsity students stranded as courses are suspended

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AS THE FOG cleared over the country yesterday morning, Bienveillante Ishimwe would have swore it came with a damning symbolism to her education aspiration.

Inside kLab, Rwanda’s biggest technology innovation hub

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A trip to the sixth floor of Telecom House in Kacyiru, Kigali, could as well be considered one into a place where dreams float in the air like giant hot...

Kagame to meet Chinese President

President Paul Kagame is on Friday expected to hold bilateral talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping as part of his two-day official visit to China.

EAC Polythene Materials Control Bill debate postponed until May

It remains unclear whether the East African Community Polythene Materials Control Bill, 2016 will ever be concluded as debate on it was on Wednesday adjourned by the regional Assembly now...

Senate decries low number of women in grassroots leadership

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Though the law stipulates that women shall constitute at least 30 per cent of all decision making organs, the number of women and youth in these positions at the grassroots...

50 arrested over attempted bribery since January

Since the beginning of the year, at least 50 people have been arrested in connection with attempting to bribe police officers.

Over 100 Kenyan investors attend Rwanda Business Forum in Nairobi

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Rwandan High Commission to Kenya on Wednesday hosted Kenyan business leaders in Nairobi with an aim of presenting to them investment opportunities available in Rwanda.

BK General Insurance begins operations

BK General Insurance, a subsidiary of Bank of Kigali officially began operations on Thursday, becoming the 11th insurer to be licensed by the National Bank of Rwanda.

BK General Insurance begins operations

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BK General Insurance, a subsidiary of Bank of Kigali officially began operations on Thursday, becoming the 11th insurer to be licensed by the National Bank of Rwanda.

I&M Rwanda named among top 30 banks in Africa

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I &M Bank Rwanda has been listed as one of the top banks in Africa by a global financial publication, Global Finance Magazine.

Rwanda storm FIBA Africa Zone V semi-finals

Rwanda international basketballer, Kenneth (Kenny) Gasana, stole the show yesterday as the national team trounced South Sudan in a highly competitive Group A of the ongoing FIBA-Africa Zone V championships...

Trump proposes historic cuts across government to fund defense

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President Donald Trump is proposing historically deep budget cuts that would touch almost every federal agency and program and dramatically reorder government priorities to boost defense and security spending.

Economy grew by 5.9% in 2016

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Rwanda’s economy grew by 5.9 per cent in 2016 with gross domestic product at current prices estimated at Rwf6,618 billion, up from Rwf5,956 billion in 2015. However, the growth fell...

Prolonged foodstuff shortage to blame for consumer price increase – analysts

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Prolonged shortage of foodstuff in local markets is to blame for the increase in prices of goods and services, analysts have said. They called on the Government and other stakeholders...

Red tape hurting business, says PSF

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Despite the government’s efforts to promote investment, red tape remains one of the challenges frustrating both local and foreign investors, the Senatorial Standing Committee on Economic Development and Finance heard.

City wetlands earmarked for vegetable growing

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About 600 hectares of wetlands in Kigali City have been earmarked for vegetable growing. The Ministry for Agriculture announced this on Tuesday at the launch of vegetable farming in Kicukiro...

Nyagatare residents donate tonnes of seeds to Ngoma

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Nyagatare residents have given 34 tonnes of beans to over 7000 families in Ngoma District. The seeds will benefit families in the sectors of Remera, Rurenge, Mugesera and Rukumberi that...

Provincial authorities urged on collaboration with devt partners

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Local government leaders in the provinces have been challenged to ensure better collaboration with development partners in order to ensure improved service delivery.

MPs in heated debate over Imihigo in private sector

The idea of including private sector in performance contracts, Imihigo, stirred a heated debate in Parliament, yesterday, as lawmakers discussed the Bill governing results-based performance management in public service.