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 Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Workers sort fresh chilli for export in Gakenke District. Some Chilli farmers  quit the farming, despite the income potential of the crop when it has buyers. File
Agriculture
How Rwf70bn project will boost smallholder farmer's agri-exports
Coffee farmers harvest fresh coffee in Ruli sector Gakenke District. Sam Ngendahimana
Agriculture
Why govt set a fixed coffee farm gate price
Some of horticulture products that are exported through the Horticulture Export Development project.
Agriculture
FEATURED: Horti-Export Phase 2 to further Rwanda’s horticulture exports
Workers sort fresh green beans for export at the  Rwanda’s first privately owned packhouse located in the Prime Economic Zone in Masoro on September 8.  Craish Bahizi
Six key priorities the Ministry of Agriculture eyes to boost productivity
Officials during the launch of the Horticulture Export Development project (Horti-Export) Phase 2, and the closure of its first phase by IDH Rwanda. Photos by Dan Kwizera
Featured
FEATURED: Horti-Export Phase 2 to further Rwanda’s horticulture exports
Some of the women beneficiaries of electric motorcycles offered by BK Foundation get ready to ride them at Kigali car-free zone, during the donation event on Friday, March 3, 2023. Photo by Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Featured
FEATURED: BK Foundation donates e-motorbikes to women in drive to raise their transport share 
Vice Chancellor, Prof. David Karungu Wang’ombe.
Featured
We are committed to producing competent graduates – new UoK officials
The electronic billing machine (EBM) has helped taxpayers to easily calculate taxes. Data from RRA indicates that at least 90,000 registered tax payers use the EBM.
Business
Four major tax issues businesses want addressed
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente speaks at the opening of the 18th National Dialogue Council, commonly known as 'Umushyikirano', in Kigali on Monday, February 27, 2023. Olivier Mugwiza
Agriculture
Agric output to double with Rwf31bn fertiliser subsidy – Ngirente
A moto taxi user pays the transport fee through mobile money in Kigali. The government is in process to reduce fees charged on cashless transactions, and remove them in case the amount does not exceed Rwf10,000. File
Economy
Govt to scrap fee on small cashless transactions
Senators during a session. The Senate adopted the law ratifying the extradition treaty between Rwanda and Mozambique. Craish Bahizi
Law
Rwanda-Mozambique deal ‘to ease extradition’ of fugitives
Some participants during a consultative meeting between members of the Private Sector Federation (PSF), the Ministry of Finance and Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA), on Thursday, February 23, in Kigali. The session focus was on taxes, fees charged RRA and local government authorities. All photos by Craish Bahizi
Business
Businesses decry delays in VAT refund
The Minister of Infrastructure, Ernest Nsabimana addresses  members of Parliament during a plenary sitting in the Lower House on February 21. Courtesy
Infrastructure
Rwandans can now access construction permits online - Minister
Members of parliament during  a plenary session of the Lower House on February 20, 2023, which adopted the law approving Rwanda’s accession to the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products. Craish Bahizi
Health
Smoking drops as high tobacco taxes take effect 
Workers sort  coffee for export at Kigali Special Economic Zone. According to NAEB Revenue from Rwanda’s coffee exports increased by 34 per cent to more than $105 million (about Rwf114 billion) in 2022
Economy
How high prices buoyed Rwanda coffee exports
Workers sort fresh green beans for export at the  privately owned packhouse at Kigali Special Economic Zone in Masoro on September 8,2022. Craish Bahizi
Economy
Rwanda’s annual agric export revenues reach Rwf860bn
RPF Secretary General François Ngarambe pays tribute to Late Rwigamba during the  lying-in-state ceremony at Parliament, on Sunday, February 19. Courtesy
Rwanda
PHOTOS: PanAfrican Parliament pays tribute to MP Rwigamba
The condolence message conveyed by President Paul Kagame, was read by the Minister in the Office of the President, Judith Uwizeye, who represented the President at Rwigamba's lying-in-state at Parliament. Photos by Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Rwanda
Kagame condoles with Rwigamba's family as former MP is laid to rest

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