Edwin Ashimwe
Edwin Ashimwe
Paul Kagame, the President of the Republic of Rwanda  with Shinzo ABE, the Former Prime Minister in a group photo with the Rwandan delegation at The 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7). Photo by the Ministry of Foreign Affair of Japan.
TICAD: Unpacking Japan’s unique development link ahead of the eighth edition
President Paul  Kagame met  with a US Congressional Delegation at Village Urugwiro on August 19. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Kagame receives delegation of US Senators, Congressmen
A total of 20 baby gorillas will be given names at the 2022 gorilla naming ceremony, commonly known as Kwita Izina, on September 2. Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
Kwita Izina: 20 baby gorillas to be named next month
Students raise their hands in class at Groupe Scolaire Remera Catholic. The Government of Rwanda and the Bank have signed an additional financing agreement worth $129 million to support the government’s efforts to improve teacher competences. / Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda, World Bank ink $129m education deal
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Rwanda on course to grow electric mobility market
The signing ceremony took place in Kigali on August 11.
Rwanda, US biotech firm in joint effort to address biosecurity challenges
Central Bank Governor John Rwangombwa addresses the media during a news briefing in Kigali on August 11. / Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
Central bank raises lending rate to tame inflation
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Climate change, resilient health systems take centre stage at Kigali global dialogue
Delegates follow Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth Secretary-General's remarks during the CHOGM in Kigali in June 2022.
Rwanda’s conference tourism registers 383 percent growth
A Covid-19 inoculation exercise in Kigali in the past. The Kigali Global Dialogue seeks to draw lessons from the pandemic, among other global challenges.
Experts meet in Kigali over major contemporary global challenges
New prices for petroleum products will see a litre of fuel costing 1609 Rwf, up from 1460 Rwf, while a litre of diesel will cost 1607 Rwf from 1503 Rwf.
Fuel prices continue to rise despite govt subsidies
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Cabo Delgado: Rwanda, SADC forces rescue over 600 hostages
Hundreds of passengers wait for buses at Kimironko taxi park on Tuesday evening. Persistent shortage of public buses means that some commuters wait for over two hours. RURA has issued a rallying call to investors to introduce more buses in a bid to end public transport woes in the City of Kigali. The regulator  has recently announced that at least 500 buses are needed in the capital  to help address the problem. Photo by Willy Mucyo
RURA seeks more investors to help address public transport woes
President Kagame addresses a delegation of 26 global CEOu2019s who are in Rwanda, at Village Urugwiro on August 3. Photo by Village Urugwiro.
Kagame meets Young Presidents' Organisation delegates
Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Education, Charles Karakye, also expected to orient a team of invigilators for the exams in Zimbabwe on August 8.
Zimbabwean teachers set for final interviews in Rwanda
Some teachers pose for a group photo at Umwalimu Sacco headquarters. On Monday, August 1,Government  announced that it would allocate Rwf5 billion towards the recapitalisation of Umwarimu Sacco. Courtesy
What new Rwf5bn injection means for Umwalimu Sacco
A teacher during a class at Institut Sainte Famille de Nyamasheke. The Ministry has announced that teachers would get up to 88 percent salary increase effective August 2022.
Education ministry sheds light on teachers’ pay rise
Mrs. Madhub, Data Protection commissioner of Mauritius, during a meeting hosted by the Data Protection Office with representatives from Rwandau2019s banking and financial sector.
Rwanda and Mauritius data protection authorities share experiences in financial sector

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