Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
A view of Burera Beach Resort in Burera District. The resort is awaiting Cabinet approval, in a bid to hand over the two facilities to the private sector. Photo: Eric Bright.
Sale of Burera College of Trades, Beach Resort nears completion
A partial view of the eight-in-one house block in Muhanga District (courtesy)
Muhanga: 'Model apartments' to be given to vulnerable residents after failing to get buyers
PAC Chairperson, MP Valens Muhakwa asks clarifications as Kirehe District officials appear before the Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee . Craish Bahizi
Public institutions on the spot for defaulting on pension contributions
Kabarore Guest House in Gatsibo District.Gatsibo District officials have said they are considering selling Kabarore Guest House as its maintenance cost continues to increase. File
Gatsibo district moves to sell ‘struggling’ business entity
Some of the maize flour produced by Nyagatare maize processing plant . Courtesy photos.
Rwf1.3bn Nyagatare maize flour plant begins production
Cattle breeding at Gako meat project that covering 6,000 hectares in Bugesera District. / File
Gako meat project on course to profitability – MPs told
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RAB explains disparity in fertiliser supply
Workers sort fresh green beans for export at the newly inaugurated Rwanda’s first privately owned packhouse at Kigali Special Economic Zone in Masoro on September 8. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rwanda's agric exports increase by 44 per cent
Workers load some of the imported food commodities for upcountry trading at Kigali Business District. / File
Crisis ‘wakes Africa up’ to cut food import reliance
AGR Officials and delegates pose for a group photo at conclusion of the  12th Africa Green Revolution Forum in Kigali on September 9. Dan Nsengiyumva
AGRF calls for $200bn funding for resilient food systems in Africa
Kagwiria Koome, Manager for Food Initiative at The Rockefeller Foundation. Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda, Kenya SMEs secure funding from Rockefeller Foundation to boost nutritious feeding
Workers sort and package French beans at a packhouse. IDH helps horticulture exporters to build infrastructures for proper handling of fresh produce. (Courtesy).
We support Rwanda to unlock its horticulture potential - IDH official
The 2022 Africa Food Prize winner, Eric Yirenkyi Danquah, being introduced by former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo on Wednesday September 7. / Dan Nsengiyumva
Africa Food Prize winner backs highly productive, resilient crops
Liliane Uwintwari, the CEO of Mahwi Tech,receives Agric award after boosting farmer incomes or something shorter in Kigali on September 7.Courtesy
Rwandan woman wins agric award for boosting farmer incomes
A view of  Nasho solar powered irrigation project in Eastern Province in Rwanda. Africa needs to up to $257 billion annually to develop its agriculture sector, in order to cushion its food systems from shocks. / File photo
Africa needs $257bn annually for robust agriculture sector – report
Workers sort some insects at  the first commercial plant for insect-based animal feed in Rwanda in Bugesera District on September 5. All photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda to expand use of black soldier flies to boost poultry production
A teller serves a customer at Kacyiru SACCO. According to the Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Statement of March 2022, total contributors to EjoHeza increased by 168%. / Photo: Craish Bahizi
Activists call for strategies to address gaps in EjoHeza saving scheme
Kirambo trading centre in Burera District is one of the areas set to directly benefit from the proposed Base-Kidaho stalled road project connecting Rulindo and Burera districts.
PAC hearings begin next week

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