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Collins Mwai
President Paul Kagame with Chairman and CEO of TotalEnergies Patrick Pouyannu00e9 in Kigali on January 30, 2022.
Kagame hosts TotalEnergies Chairman
Visitors tour at Rwandan pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai . The Expo has managed to attract prominent global figures including ministers of different countries in Africa and beyond.
Dubai Expo: Rwanda to showcase business prospects at National Day
Nala, a UK based mobile money transfer targeting Africans worldwide, could be planning its debut in Rwanda in coming days. / Net photo.
Is UK based fin-tech poised for Rwandan market debut?
A volunteer collects data during the last general census in Rwanda . / File
Five things to know about the 2022 population census
A worker sewing a mattress at Matelas Dodoma factory at Kigali Special Economic Zone.
Incentives for manufacturing attract $1.2bn in investments
Workers at Pink Mango garment factory atat Pink Mango C&D garment factory at Kigali Special Economic Zone. / Craish Bahizi
IMF: Rwanda’s economic rebound underway
Zipline's drone delivers blood in Rwanda. Zipline raised $250 million for operation expansion, making the firm one of the few companies to cross the $100 million investment mark. / Courtesy
African startups raise $5 billion as global investors show confidence in continent
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New directives for alcoholic beverages producers and distributors
A health worker during a vaccination exercise in Bugesera on March 10, 2021.
Should employers dismiss staff over refusal to get vaccinated?
Lina Higiro (L), the Chief Executive of NCBA Bank Rwanda during the interview; and Julienne Oyler, the Chief Executive of African Entrepreneur Collective.
Rwandan employers now making attempts to improve staff welfare
Keith Hansen, World Bank Country Director for Rwanda, Kenya, Somalia and Uganda. / Photo: Courtesy.
Top WB official optimistic on Rwanda’s road to recovery
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Kagame in Istanbul for Africa-Turkey Summit
Workers at Ufaco Garments Ltd in the Kigali Special Economic Zone on June 22. According to the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda, most economic activities have recovered to pre-Covid levels, except a few such as hotel and restaurants, administrative and support activities. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Data from Statistics body shows return to pre-covid economic growth
Rwanda Standards Bureau's expert briefing visitors during the launch of a Single Window Information for Trade (SWIFT) project that was launched on December 9.
How standards body's new certification procedures will boost trade
Moise Nkundabarashi.
Nkundabarashi, President of Rwanda Bar Association, on his agenda
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Why central bank lifted freeze on licensing of new insurance firms
Rwanda standard Bureau 's expert briefing visitors during the launch of a Single Window Information for Trade (SWIFT) project that was launched on December 9. / Photo Craish Bahizi
Standards board cuts certification procedures, timelines
Some of the residential housing units in the Isange Estate in Rebero, Kicukiro District. Kigaliu2019s population is projected to more than double from the current 1.6 million to 3.8 million by 2050, which requires a robust plan to satisfy the housing need. / Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Meeting Kigali’s housing demand: What role can the private sector play?

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