Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
MP John Ruku-Rwabyoma, a member of the Chamber of Deputies, was diagnosed with colon cancer, the most common type of gastrointestinal cancer. COURTESY
Rwandan lawmaker on how he survived colon cancer
Kigali residents at a polling station at Kimisagara during legislative elections in 2018. NEC announced that Government plans to hold presidential and parliamentary elections during the same period. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Gov't to save Rwf6bn through harmonising presidential, MPs elections
A view of machines being installed at Inyange's milk powder factory in Eastern province's Nyagatare District, one of the leading milk produing districts in Rwanda (courtesy photo)
$45m milk powder factory to start production in May
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Rwanda has lost a great advisor – MPs eulogise colleague Rwigamba
Kenyan Senator Gloria Orwoba.
VIDEO: Kenyan senator stains trousers in advocacy for free sanitary pads
Senators  adopted the assessment of the 2021-2022 activity report by the National Bank of Rwanda, and tasked the government to urgently address the depreciation of the Rwandan franc and high inflation,   on Tuesday, February 14. Craish Bahizi
Senate tasks govt to address inflation, franc devaluation
INFOGRAPHIC: The revised national budget will see Rwf76 billion – equivalent to 71 per cent of the additional budget allocated to teachers’ salaries.
Teachers’ salaries take lion share of revised national budget
A wide view of the highly affected part  when fire gutted SIGMA Industries LTD in the Kigali Special Economic Zone, an industrial area in Masoro, Kigali on November 26, 2021. Dan Nsengiyumva
Fire insurance drops 17% as Covid-19 takes its toll
Pupils during an IT class with some computers distributed during one laptop per child programme in Mageragere.Schools are among Rwandan institutions given priority to benefit from the satellite-bas (1)
Starlink internet to be piloted in 500 schools
INFOGRAPHIC: Rwanda's trade deficit widened by 19.9 per cent to over $2.3 billion from January to November 2022, from over $1.9 billion in the same period of 2021,
Why Rwanda's trade deficit increased in 2022
Students during IT class at GS Rweru in Bugesera District. According to Minister Ingabire about 3,000 schools that are not connected to the internet will have access to it by 2024. Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda to connect 3,000 schools to internet by 2024
Workers at LuNa Smelter, the sole producer and exporter of tin in both Eastern and Central Africa, in Kigali on September 26, 2020. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda’s mineral export revenues rise by 52%
Minister Paula Ingabire addresses MPs while responding to  ICT-related queries during a plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies  on Tuesday, February 7. Courtesy
Starlink internet is fast and affordable, ICT Minister says
Aerial view of Gishwati-Mukura forest national park in Western Province. Personnel employed to protect forests across the country, have petitioned Parliament seeking support to address their concerns. File
Forestry staff petition Parliament over ‘unfair treatment’
Minister of Finance Uzziel Ndagijimana presenting the 2022-2023 mid-term budget revision to Parliament on Wednesday, February 08. Courtesy
Economy to perform better than anticipated– Ndagijimana
A primary school teacher helps pupils during a class at Groupe Scolaire Camp Kigali in 2019. The government plans to raise spending by Rwf106.4 billion in revised budget to cater for school feeding for all students, teachers’ salaries and fertiliser. File
Budget: Govt earmarks Rwf100bn for teachers’ pay, school meals
Minister Paula Ingabire addresses MPs while responding to ICT-related queries during a plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies  on Tuesday, February 7. Courtesy
Ending internet monopoly will expedite 4G uptake – ICT minister
A prisoner appears before a jury of Gacaca courts in     Mutete Village  Kimisugi Cell in Kisaro in Byumba. FILE
Why genocide survivors want Gacaca law revised

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