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 Edwin Ashimwe
Edwin Ashimwe
Workers at Pink Mango garment factory at the special economic zone in the City of Kigali. The New report revealed that Economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is set to decelerate from 4.1percent in 2021 to 3.3 %. Dan Nsengiyumva
Economy
Sub-Saharan economic growth to decelerate this year – WB report
A teacher during a class at Institut Sainte Famille de Nyamasheke. File
Education
World Teachers Day: Governments urged to address teacher-shortage crisis
Students during a group work exercise. Over 200 Zimbabwean educators will be transferred to Kigali in the next two weeks. / File
Education
Zimbabwean teachers arrive this month
First Lady Jeannette Kagame during the World Innovation Summit for Health in Doha, Qatar on Tuesday, October 4. / Courtesy
Health
First Lady in Qatar for World Innovation Summit for Health
Workers packaging biscuits at ADMA International Ltd at Kigali Special Economic Zone on May 6, 2021. The Fund for Export Development in Africa has raised $670m to boost trade in Africa. According to Afreximbank, the financing will specifically go towards promoting industrialisation, value added export development and intra-African trade.  Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Business
Pan-African fund raises $670m to help drive value addition
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Africa
Burkina Faso: Coup leader accepts predecessor’s resignation
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International
Brazil headed for run-off in tight presidential polls
President Paul Kagame meets with Stefano Domenicali, Chief Executive of Formula One Group, at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, in Singapore on Sunday, October 2. / Photo by Village Urugwiro
Rwanda
Kagame meets Formula 1 President Stefano Domenicali
President of Central African Republic Faustin Archange Touadéra  joined a Rwandan traditional dance ballet at the event at his home in Damara district, CAR.
Africa
CAR President Faustin Archange Touadéra hosts Rwandan forces
President Kagame meets with Kuok Khoon Hong, co-founder and CEO of Wilmar International on October 1. / Photo by Village Urugwiro
Economy
Kagame, Singaporean business magnate discuss investment opportunities
President Paul Kagame delivers the Majulah Lecture  at the Nanyang Auditorium  in Singapore on Friday September 30. Photos by Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame shares link between Rwanda’s innovation and continuity
Doreen Bogdan Martin will be the first woman to lead the International Telecommunication Union. / Internet photo
Technology
Doreen Bogdan Martin to chair International Telecommunication Union
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International
Kagame holds talks with Singaporean President, PM
President Kagame witnessed the signing of a partnership agreement between the Nanyang Technological University and Rwanda's Ministry of Education in  Singapore on Friday, September 30. / Photo by Village Urugwiro
Education
Mineduc, Singaporean tech university sign academic exchange deal
Jean Luc Cyusa, Aktif Bank’s Chief Representative Officer in Kigali during the interview in Kigali. Photo: Courtesy.
Featured
Turkey’s Aktif bank joins KIFC, opens its first representative office in Kigali
Aerial view of Kigali Special Economic Zone. Block Solutions has secured five hectares in the industrial zone and the firm will start producing   products beginning next year. File
Business
Finnish eco-blocks manufacturer to set up Africa hub in Rwanda
Valentine Uwamariya, Minister for Education. / Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva
Education
Education ministry explains rationale behind new grading system
State minister for Primary and Secondary Education, Gaspard Twagirayezu, hands over a laptop to Albert Ntwali Manzi (from Académie de la Salle, Gicumbi), the best performer in O’Level, in Kigali on September 27. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Education
Five things to know as primary, O’ Level results are released

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