Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Chia seeds produce at Akenes and Kernels warehouse at Kigali Special Economic Zone. (Photo by Dan Gatsinzi)
Chia seed auction halted as dispute rages
The National Electoral Commission Executive Secretary Charles Munyaneza addresses the media during a past news briefing. Sam Ngendahimana
NEC submits EALA candidates’ list to Parliament
Tomatoes grown in a greenhouse where drip irrigation technology is used for efficient water management and better crop growth, in Gasabo District, Kigali. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Govt urged to leverage agric technologies to feed growing population
Children take porridge at Mageragere Early Childhood Development Center in Nyarugenge District. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Women take lead in fight against hunger, malnutrition
(L-R) Abel Ntegano, Director General of Tax Policy at  MINECOFIN, Jean Paulin Uwitonze, Assistant Commissioner in charge of Taxpayers Services and Communications , and Marie Immaculée Ingabire, Chairperson of Transparency International Rwanda, during a panel discussion on taxation, on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, in Kigali (courtesy photo).
Civil society seek more citizen participation in setting tax
A scene of an accident that involved different vehicles in Kigali at Kicukiro. SGF says that 74.6 of recorded accidents cause by uninsured automobiles are cause by motorcycles. Sam N
Uninsured taxi motos account for 75% of road accidents
Digital tools deployed by IITA are helping to effectively monitor and manage BXW, the most devastating banana disease (Photo by IITA).
How digital tools help tackle ravaging banana disease
Vincent Biruta, and Guy Nestor Itoua, ambassador of the Republic of Congo to Rwanda, are joined with other heads of diplomatic missions to the country to plant trees during a special umuganda in Kicukiro District. Courtesy photo
Focus on climate change fight as Congo celebrates proclamation
Rose Rwabuhihi, the Chief Gender Monitor in the Gender Monitoring Office during a past news briefing. File
Official raises red flag on sex-based corruption at workplace
DR Congo President  Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi meets former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, who is the facilitator of the East African Community-led peace process and EAC Secretary General Peter Mathuki in Kinshasa on November 13.  The Nairobi talks are scheduled to commence on Monday, November 28 in Nairobi, Kenya. Courtesy
DRC crisis: Nairobi peace talks due Monday
Experts in justice  during National Advocacy Dialogue with stakeholders in the Justice Sector  in Kigali on Friday, November 25.  Photo by Craish Bahizi
Mediation helps ‘offer justice, mend relations’- officials say
(R-L)Chief Ombudsman, Madeleine Nirere addresses  a news conference on the preparation of celebrating the International Anti-Corruption Day 2022, as Odette Yankurije, Deputy Ombudsman  and Abbas Mukama, Deputy Ombudsman look listen, on Thursday, November 24, 2022 in Kigali (Courtesy).
Anti-Corruption campaign to focus on graft in banking sector
Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Gerardine Mukeshimana. Courtesy
No proof investors’ money went into chia farming - Mukeshimana
Piles of chia seed sacks kept in Akenes and Kernels store at Kigali Special Economic Zone on October 24. Dan Kwizera
Govt reassures farmers amid chia seed auction saga
Residents work at a road maintenance project during Vision Umurenge Program in Ruhango District. Courtesy
Over Rwf100 billion funding earmarked for social protection
Sacks of chia seeds at the  Akenes and Kernels's warehouse at Kigali Special Economic Zone (Photo by Dan Gatsinzi)
New twist in chia seed dispute as farmers want auction halted
Member of Parliament Jean-Pierre Celestin Habiyaremye.
Rwandan MP resigns over Covid rules breach
Workers pack biscuits at Adma International Ltd’s factory at Kigali Special Economic Zone in Gasabo District. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Industrialists report growth as Rwanda seeks more manufacturers

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