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 Heritier Bahizi
Heritier Bahizi
L-R: Mark Antipof, Chief Growth Officer at HBX Group, Nelson Boyce, Google's Managing Director of Travel, Julie Shainock, Global Managing Director for Travel, Transport Logistics, and Hospitality at Microsoft, Yves Iradukunda, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of ICT and Innovation and Peter Greenberg, Travel Editor at CBS News during a panel on potential of AI in the tourism sector at the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Summit in Kigali . Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
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Peter Greenberg, the travel editor for Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) News, a division of the American television and radio service CBS, is currently in Rwanda. COURTESY
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Travel editor Greenberg visits gorillas, joins WTTC summit
Eric Gilson, the General Manager of SKOL hands over the donation of community health insurance, Mutuelle de Santé, to 842 individuals residing in the neighbourhood of the brewery in Nzove. Dan Gatsinzi
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Alyn Sano, DJ Rugamba, Ruti Joel
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A total of 163 graduates were awarded Bachelor's degrees in Management, Healthcare Management, and Communication studies at Kepler's Kigali campus in Kinyinya on Monday, October 30.  Emmanuel Dushimimana
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Over 160 students graduate with US-accredited degrees at Kepler
Alain Nzeyimana. Net photo
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Participants and the officials pose for a group photo during the food security workshop
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Six students from Rwanda gained international recognition during World Space Week for their work in designing algorithms for the WonderJourney-1A (WJ-1A) satellite.
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Due to fire incident, Ecobank Rwanda has been forced to halt its operations at the headquarters temporarily. Photo by Craish BAHIZI
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Communities in the vicinity of Akagera National Park are set to receive more than $800,000 through the park’s tourism revenue-sharing scheme. Courtesy
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Rwf1bn earmarked for grassroots projects around Akagera park
BPR Bank Rwanda Managing Director Patience Mutesi, said that  the Rwandan leg of the tour was particularly a ‘thrilling one’ due to a big number of golfers and diverse nationalities participating. Courtesy
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BPR Bank Rwanda awards outstanding golfers
Some of the property that was damaged during a fire outbreak at Ecobank Rwanda on Tuesday morning. Bank officials said that damage was minimal and that an investigation is underway. Photos/Craish Bahizi
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Officials hand over to TVET graduates start-up toolkits that will facilitate their job creation for
sustained income-generating activities.
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Akagera National Park, a wildlife haven in Rwanda, has seen a 127 percent increase in its animal population since 2010. Courtesy
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Rwanda's music sensation, Bruce Melodie, marked a milestone to become the first Rwandan artiste to clinch a Trace Award  on Saturday, October 21. Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
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Ariella Kageruka, Head of Tourism and Conservation at the Rwanda Development Board (Second right) during the press briefing. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
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