Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
(LR)Ombudsman Madeleine Nirere and Deputy Ombudsman in charge of preventing and fighting injustice, Odette Yankurije and Deputy Ombudsman Abbas Mukama presenting the report.
Five key highlights from Ombudsman’s annual report
Some cows slaughted in Kabuga abattoir. Ministers, informed lawmakers on Tuesday, October 17 that a substantial 80 abattoirs have been shut down nationwide due to non-compliance.Sam Ngendahimana
Meat Safety: 80 abattoirs shut down, Govt to deploy private inspectors
Inside Nyabugogo modern Abattoir. The two ministers will respond  to concerns over slaughtering facilities that fall short of standards. Photo by  Sam Ngendahimana
Two ministers to appear in parliament over substandard abattoirs
Jean Chrysostome Ngabitsinze, the Minister of Trade and Industry will give explanations on the development of industrial parks in the country. File
Trade Minister summoned over inefficiencies in industrial parks
The incident occurred in the Congo River, near the town of Mbandaka  on Friday, October 13. INTERNET PHOTO
Over 40 dead, 167 missing as boat capsizes in DR Congo
In Kigali you must pay around Rwf1,000 to get a kilo of quality (Irish) potatoes. Courtesy
Why your potato meal comes at a higher cost
( L-R): The Minister of State in charge of Public Investment and Resource mobilization at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Jeanine Munyeshuli; the Deputy Speaker in charge of Parliamentary Affairs at the Chamber of Deputies, Edda Mukabagwiza; Speaker Donatille Mukabalisa, and Deputy Speaker in charge Finance and Administration, Mussa Fazil Harerimana, during a plenary sitting of the Lower House that approved the relevance of a new bill governing privatisation, on October 12, 2023, in Kigali . (courtesy).
New privatisation bill to spur private sector-led economy – Munyeshuri
A new bill governing the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority (RCAA) seeks to allow it to ensure civil aviation training and innovation in aviation, and to regulate and oversee relevant training organisations. Sam Ngendahimana
Why law governing civil aviation is under review
According to REG in the EDPRS II program from 2013 through 2018, the Government of Rwanda made a clear policy decision to diversify electricity sources. Courtesy
Rwanda’s energy journey over the past decade
Farmers from different districts tour radical terraces that were arranged at Green Gicumbi poject. Courtesy
Rwanda banks on conservation farming, more terraces to control erosion
Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Ildephonse Musafiri, has said that all vacant plots of arable land across the country will be temporarily assigned to residents for agricultural cultivation. SAM NGENDAHIMANA
Food security: Govt to allocate idle land for cultivation
A flooded wetland at Masaka in Kicukiro District in April.
The menace of soil erosion: Agriculture minister appears before Parliament
MPs during the plenary session that adopted the draft law governing the Rwanda Development Board on October 9, 2023, in Kigali. COURTESY.
Parliament passes bill granting RDB greater autonomy
The sentence reduction was possible after a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court in a case where lawyer Florida Kabasinga petitioned it seeking to
declare unconstitutional one of the provisions of article 133. Net photo
The Supreme Court ruling that ‘triggered’ a review of sentencing laws
RSSB CEO Régis Rugemanshuro chats with the president of Rwanda Pensioners’ Association, Dorothée Uwimana, during the launch of Imisanzu on January 31, 2023, in Kigali. EMMANUEL NTIRENGANYA
A pension increase considered as high cost of living pressure rises
Rwanda's Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Vincent Biruta, shakes hands with his Brazilian counterpart, Mauro Vieira, after signing agreements, including visa waiver, on October 5 in the country's capital, Brasilia. Courtesy
Rwanda, Brazil sign visa waiver deal
EAC Secretary General Peter Mathuki delivers his remarks at the launch of the new agribusiness growth programme (MARKUP II), on Tuesday, October 3. Courtesy
EAC agribusinesses get €40m boost under market access scheme
RSSB Chief Executive Officer, Regis Rugemanshuro(C) with district coordinators of EjoHeza Long Term Saving Scheme at the annual consultative meeting on August 16. Emmanuel Dushimimana
Why EjoHeza pension scheme was removed from district ‘imihigo’

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