Edwin Ashimwe
Edwin Ashimwe
Egypt’s national carrier, EgyptAir, has announced plans to increase its regular weekly flights between Kigali and Cairo. Photo: Courtesy.
Why EgpytAir is planning to increase direct flights to Kigali
President Paul Kagame and Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Amor Motley during a joint news conference at Village Urugwiro on Thursday, November 10. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Rwanda, Barbados to tap into pharmaceutical production
President Paul Kagame  meets the Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Amor Mottley at Village Urugwiro on Thursday, November 10. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Barbados PM Mia Mottley visits Rwanda
African youth are rolling a 'One campaign' for advocating for a raft of urgent and bold policy actions to tap into their potential towards building a better and prosperous Africa.
African youth front ‘bold actions’ needed to tap into their potential
Jean-Claude Musabyimana (L), was appointed as local government minister on Thursday, November 10, replacing Jean-Marie Vianney Gatabazi (R) who had been in the position since March 2021. courtesy
Gatabazi dropped as MINALOC gets new minister
Mauto, the leading electric two-wheeler in Africa. The firm says it will also roll out its brand in Rwanda, before the end of the year. .Courtesy
COP27: Africa secures largest carbon credit
Officials of both delegations in a group photo during the Rwanda, Barbados Investment Forum in Kigali on Wednesday, November 9. Courtesy
Rwanda, Barbados to strengthen trade and investment ties
Minister of Infrastructure, Ernest Nsabimana and Kerrie Symmonds, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Barbados sign an air agreement in Kigali on November 9. / Courtesy
Rwanda, Barbados aviation deal 'to boost trade'
Workers fix some electronic items at NETIS Rwanda, a subsidiary to the NETIS group, a global leader
in the telecommunication industry. Photo: Courtesy.
NETIS Rwanda boss weighs in on company’s performance, upcoming developments
Capital Markets Authority cautioned the general public about unlicensed entities or individuals who are carrying on or purporting to carry on offering, promotion or selling of capital market services. Craish Bahizi
CMA warns against illegal stock trading
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DR Congo's fighter jet incursion 'unacceptable', Rwanda warns
Sukhoi-25 fighter jet. / Internet photo
DR Congo fighter jet violates Rwandan airspace - Govt
Clients follow Ariel Wayz’s performance during a live concert held at Envision Arts Centre on Thursday, September 8. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Businesses wary over unclear directive on noise pollution
A health worker administers a Covid-19 jab in Bugesera District. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Africa could earn over $5bn from vaccine market – Gavi
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's longest serving prime minister, will now have a chance to form a government with his ultranationalist allies (Photo:  Ammar Awad)
Netanyahu makes a comeback
Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israeli elections: Former PM Netanyahu closes in on victory
RSSB staff checks the authenticity of documents at the hospital.  RSSB-Medical and Military Medical Insurance (MMI) remained dominant with an asset size equivalent to 62.2 per cent of total assets and 41.8 per cent of Gross
Insurance companies earn Rwf37bn in profits - report
The Central Bank of Rwanda head office in Kigali. he National Bank of Rwanda (BNR) says it will focus on addressing current inflationary pressures resulting from a mismatch between global demand and supply.(Ngendahimana)
BNR to focus on mitigating inflation- report

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