Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Chief Ombudsman, Madeleine Nirere presenting the Annual Report 2021-2022 of Office of the Ombudsman and Action Plan of 2022-2023 to the Parliament of Rwanda on Wednesday, October 26.Courtesy
Ombudsman deplores heavy bailiff fees for minor cases
Members of the East African Legislative Assembly during a plenary session in Kigali on Tuesday, October 25
Regional MPs push for ‘adequate’ funding for EAC
Farmers weeding their potato plantation in Muko Sector Musanze District. Potato farmers will from now start paying only RwfRwf603 a kilogramme for the NPK 17-17-17, a commonly used fertiliser in potato production.Sam Ngendahimana
Govt increases fertiliser subsidies
Martin Ngoga, Speaker of the East African
Legislative Assembly, chairs a plenary session in
Kigali on Tuesday, October 25. Photo: Courtesy.
EAC monetary union on agenda as regional parliament convenes in Kigali
Medics during a surgical operation at Kacyiru Hospital. The Chamber of Deputies adopted the relevance of the draft
law regulating the use of human organs, tissues and cells on Wednesday, October 19. Photo: File.
Ten things to know about new human organ use bill
Medics during  surgical operations at Masaka Hospital in Kigali on October 15, 2021. Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda ready for kidney transplants, says Ngamije
A technician checks an electricity Pole in Gicumbi District. Minister Erneste Nsanzimana, has disclosed that the Government will use Rwf500 billion to support its universal electrification efforts. File
Rwanda earmarks Rwf500bn for major electrification drive
Minister of Health Dr Daniel Ngamije presents to the parliament the relevance of the draft law regulating the use of human organs, tissues and cells on October 19. Courtesy
Rwanda seeks to offer kidney, liver transplants in new bill
Minister for Infrastructure Erneste Nsanzimana presents to the Chamber of Deputies the responses to issues related to water and electricity access across the country on Tuesday, October 18. Courtesy
80% expropriation arrears cleared - minister
Dr. Aflodis Kagaba, the Executive Director of HDI, Cheikh Mbarushimana Suleiman, the advisor to the Mufti of Rwanda and  Laurent Mbanda, Archbishop of Anglican Church of Rwanda. Courtesy
Mixed reactions over proposal for teens’ access to contraceptives
The Plenary Sitting of the Chamber of Deputies on Monday rejected the relevance of the proposed bill that sought to provide for access to contraceptive services for children (girls) aged from 15. Craish Bahizi
Parliament rejects bill on contraceptives for 15-year olds
Workers sort sweet potatoes at a greenhouse in Musanze District. The centre has become a solution to the farmers who struggled to get good seeds. / Sam Ngendahimana
Expert makes case for agric biotechnology
L-R : Inter-Parliamentary Union former president, Duarte Pacheco,  the new president Donatille Mukabalisa, and the  Secretary General, Martin Chungong at the 145th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union , concluded in Kigali on october 15. Courtesy
Kigali declaration outlines ‘actions to achieve gender equality in Parliaments’
Child soldiers. / Photo by UNICEF
Global legislators urged to take stand against use of child soldiers
Regis Rugemanshuro, RSSB Chief Executive Officer revealed that they  target to increase threefold the return on investments from the current 5 per cent to 15 per cent by 2025. File
Pension body looks to triple profit by 2025
Patients wait for medical services in Nyamagabe District. Hospitals are persistently grappling with cases of patients who are unable to pay the cost of medical services, a situation that may threaten their service delivery. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva
Concerns as medical defaults double to over Rwf1 billion
Workers on duty at UFACO garment factory at Kigali Special Economic Zone. A new law establishing taxes on income is expected to reduce the tax burden on low-income formal workers. Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Six key changes in proposed pro-poor income tax law
Employees of Pfunda Tea factory sort fresh tea leaves in Rubavu district. 165,500 formal workers in the country are set to benefit from tax exemption for a monthly [gross] income not exceeding Rwf60,000, according to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Over 165,000 set to get income tax relief

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