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 Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Trade, Industry and East African Community Affairs minister Francois Kanimba (L) signs a memorandum of understanding with the Managing Director of PharmaLab Ltd, Cecile Nkomeje (C), and Serge Kamuhinda, chief operating officer of Rwanda Development Board, in Kigali yesterday. / Faustin Niyigena
Government, exporters pledge to revitalise exports
Minister Uwizeye said Imihigo will now target results, not just activities. (Net)
Imihigo: Bill seeks to raise bar on targets for public servants
Farmers at work. / File
Law governing agric board seeks to bolster research
Mothers breastfeed their babies in Huye District during a breastfeeding and anti-malnutrition campaign last year. The new maternity leave benefits scheme will enable working mothers to attend to their children uninterrupted for the first three months. (File photo)
Relief for working mothers as maternity leave benefits scheme comes into force
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New pension proposal will increase benefits - RSSB
Farmers plant rice in Rugeramigozi 2 Marshland in Muhanga District. (Emmanuel Ntirenganya)
Why ‘climate-smart’ agric matters
A family looks crestfallen after their home was submerged following heavy rain. Unpredictable weather patterns due to climate change are blamed for such disasters. / File
Govt scales up efforts to help farmers cope with harsh, unpredictable climate
Badege warned people who pose as brokers between service seekers and providers, saying the habit compromises service delivery. / File
Police arrest five over impersonation
Dr Gashumba. (File photo)
Parliament moves to probe three-year non-deployment of medical officers
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Rwf1bn poultry, livestock project for jobless youths
Minister Nsengimana (Second L) joins the youth and Rulindo District residents to clear a road during the Umuganda exercise in Cyisaro Sector on Saturday. / Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Youth urged to aim for success as YouthConnekt Month is launched
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Officials swing into action as rains destroy 240 houses
Patience Mutesi, the Country Director for Trademark East Africa. / Timothy . Kisambira
TMEA keen to boost women entrepreneurs in the region
Okoba speaks to journalists on the sidelines of the Climate-Smart Agriculture workshop, on Wednesday, in Kigali. (Courtesy.)
Regional agric experts root for irrigation
Ripe coffee seeds on stalks. NAEB seeks to have up to 80 per cent of all coffee produced in the country processed through washing stations by 2018. (Net photo)
Govt considers plan to have 80% of coffee go through washing stations
A pump attendant refills a car. (File)
Fuel prices up as regulator assures commuters on fare
Primary Leaving Examination candidates of Groupe Scolaire Sainte Famille in Kigali wait to begin their examination yesterday. The national Primary Leaving Examinations started, yes....
Over 190,000 begin national primary exams
Eliasson writes in the visitorsu2019 book at Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Gisozi yesterday. (Nadege Imbabazi.)
UN deputy chief urges world to be proactive against genocide, atrocities

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