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 Edwin Ashimwe
Edwin Ashimwe
RwandAir's  first cargo plane, a 787-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF),  after landing at Kigali International Airport on Thursday, November 24. Courtesy
Aviation
First RwandAir cargo plane arrives
A RwandAir plane at Kigali International Airport. The Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority  has confirmed that it received an International Aviation Safety Assessment Category 1 rating. File
Aviation
Rwanda gets first US aviation safety assessment
Kaushik Ramaiya, Board Member of the NCD Alliance. Photo: Courtesy.
Featured
What to expect at regional meet on chronic diseases
President Kagame and other dignitaries at the high-level opening of the Sustainable Development Goals Pavilion and Launch of the “Scoring the Goals” campaign, in Doha, Qatar, on Monday, November 21. Village Urugwiro
Education
Kagame roots for education for all, sustainability
Amin Mirimago, Chief Executive at Institute of Certified Public Account of Rwanda. Following an audit quality assurance test that caused a total of 23 firms to risk a six-month suspension. He said the suspended firms can appeal.
Rwanda
Suspended audit firms can appeal, says regulator
One of cross border trucks from Uganda, crossing Gatuna border on March 7, 2022. Dan Nsengiyumva
Economy
Rwanda-Uganda trade on the rise, new figures show
Auditors during the 11th ICPAR Annual Training Conference on October 28 in Rusizi District. The regulatory body has temporarily closed down a total of 23 audit firms, after failing to attain the necessary level of audit quality. Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda
Over 20 audit firms suspended
Former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta visits Goma and Rutshuru, in the Eastern part of DR Congo on Tuesday, November 15 .Courtesy
Africa
Silence guns, embark on dialogue - Kenyatta pleads
Minister of Trade and Industry Jean-Chrysostome Ngabitsinze speaks during the presentation of the report in Kigali on November 15. The new report entitled ' Fostering Rwanda’s competitiveness, resilience, and making the most of regional integration under AfCFTA in the post Covid-era', recommends the country to address the present skills gap in various sectors in order to explore its full potential. Courtesy
Economy
Rwanda should address skills gap to strengthen service delivery—WB
President Kagame and Foreign Affairs minister Vincent Biruta at the G20 Summit in Indonesia on Tuesday, November 15.
. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Health
Road towards health security is long, but essential - Kagame
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation  Vincent Biruta meets the US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, on the margins of the ongoing G20 summit in Indonesia, on Tuesday, November 15. Courtesy
Biruta, Blinken hold 'good meeting' over DR Congo crisis
The newly resigned Member of the Parliament Gamariel Mbonimana has apologized to the President, saying he has decided to quit drinking alcohol, on Tuesday, November 15.
Rwanda
I have quit alcohol, says disgraced former MP Mbonimana
Minister of Infrastructure, Ernest Nsabimana and Kerrie Symmonds, Minister of Foreign Affairs and
Foreign Trade of Barbados sign a Bilateral Air Service Agreement in Kigali on November 9. Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda
Barbados provides opportunities for Rwandan businesses – Honorary Consul Rubagenga
President Paul Kagame meets with Japanese Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, at the sidelines of the upcoming G20 summit  in Indonesia, on Monday, November 14. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Rwanda
Kagame, Japan Premier Kishida discuss bilateral cooperation
President Paul Kagame arrives in Bali to join world leaders for the  G20 summit in Indonesia, on Monday,  November 14. Photo by Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame in Indonesia for G20 summit
President Paul Kagame receives  President Umaro Sissoco Embaló of Guinea-Bissau at Village Urugwiro on Sunday, November 13. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Security
Kagame, Embaló discuss bilateral ties, regional security
Commonwealth Secretary General,  Patricia Scotland delivers remarks at the COP27. Courtesy
Environment
COP27: Businesses urged to step up efforts in stemming climate change tide
President Kagame hosts a reception in honour of Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Mottley and her delegation as they conclude their visit to Rwanda. / Village Urugwiro
Rwanda
Rwanda, Barbados not impaired by geographical size - Kagame

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