Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
The New Times
Farmers in dilemma as construction of milk powder factory halted
A scene of a fatal accident where a maize drying shelter collapsed, killing 11 people while more than 40 were  injured, on Friday, February 3. On Saturday, February 4,  36 victims who got injured during the accident, were discharged from different hospitals. Courtesy
36 Rusororo accident victims discharged from hospital 
Heaps of hervested maize belonging to the Gasagara farmers’ cooperative covered for protection from rain near the shelter that collapse in Rusororo Sector, Gasabo District, on February 3, 2023 (Emmanuel Ntirenganya).
Survivors of Rusororo tragic accident narrate horrific ordeal
REG technician during the electricity supply activity in Gicumbi District. File
Electricity tariffs still under review - Min Nsabimana
Nicolas Rwaka, Director of Research at the Chancellery for Heroes, National Orders and Decorations of Honour. during an interview. Courtesy
‘It will take heroism’ to achieve Vision 2050 targets - CHENO official
A walk to remember Heroes of Nyange who were massacred on March 18,1997. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana.
Unity, solidarity: Lessons from Nyange heroes
RSSB CEO, Regis Rugemanshuro delivers remarks during the launch of Imisanzu online platform in Kigali Janary 31, 2023 (courtesy)
New platform to ease monitoring of pension contributions
Rwanda is working on strategies to maximise milk production from its over 1.43 million cows.
Plans underway to maximise milk production
Some of the representatives of NGOs during a consultative meeting between the Chamber of Deputies and non-governmental organisations, universities and higher learning institutions on January 26. Courtesy
Delayed Ministerial Orders hinder law enforcement, legal experts warn
Supreme Court judges Mohamed Ibrahim, Smokin Wanjala, Njoki Ndung’u and Isaac Lenaola. Photo: The Standard
Divorcees ‘not guaranteed’ equal property rights - Kenya Supreme Court rules
Civil society organisations expressed their concern  during a consultative meeting between the Chamber of Deputies and non-governmental organisations on Thursday, January 26. Courtesy
Civil society challenges MPs to initiate more laws
Some cows that are kept at Gabiro Agribusiness Hub. Eleven investors are set to start carrying out commercial farming on 4,000 hectares in the Gabiro Agribusiness Hub project in April this year. Courtesy
Over 10 firms to invest tens of billions in Gabiro Agribusiness Hub
President of the African Development Bank Group Akinwumi Adesina delivers remarks during the second Africa food summit  in Dakar, Senegal on January 25, 2023. Courtesy
Africa’s food import bill doubles in seven years
Mourners at Bisesero Genocide Memorial in Karongi District. Rwanda has engaged the Mémorial de la Shoah  to help the country preserve the memorials of the 1994 genocide  against the Tutsi. Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda engages Israeli foundation on preservation of Genocide memorials
Workers sort some seedlings inside of the  green houses in which some crop multiplication exercises are conducted at Gabiro Agribusiness Hub. Courtesy
How Gabiro residents will benefit from agribusiness hub
Agric expers have called for a set of actions to unlock Africa’s potential to become a global food powerhouse.
Experts want Africa's $1 trillion agric potential unlocked
WASAC technician tries to fix a water pipe at Kanombe in Kigali. SCADA software will help to detect leakages along water networks, monitor levels, and quality, as well as contribute to water loss reduction. File
Water utility introduces monitoring software to cut losses
Member of Parliament Theogene Munyangeyo has proposed that Rwanda should make reforms in lowering major tax rates for all concerned entities. File
Cut taxes for all, instead of incentives for some – MP Munyangeyo

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