Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
The New Times
'Shattered hope': Plight of chia seed investors
Some chia seeds packed in sacks in Akenes and Kernels Ltd warehouse at Kigali Special Economic Zone (Photo by Dan Gatsinzi)
Chia seeds revenue to dip as sale is disrupted
Fish production in Rwanda slightly increased from 41,664 tonnes in 2021 to 43, 560 tonnes in 2022. Courtesy
Why fish production targets have become ‘unachievable’
A view of CHIC, one of leading commercial complex in Kigali. A new bill suggests to reduce by half the fines imposed on a taxpayer who declares due tax on time, but does not pay it in the prescribed period.  Craish Bahizi
Penalties on late tax payment could be slashed by 50%
MP Omar Munyaneza, Chairperson of the Committee on National Budget and Patrimony speaking to journalists about the tax procedure bill, at Parliamentary buildings, on January 11, 2022. Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Lawmakers to engage public on tax legislations
RRA Commissioner General, Pascal Bizimana Ruganintwali during a press briefing last year. File
Tax refund fraud to attract 5-year jail term
Doctors conduct an operation at Kacyiru Hospital.  Medical personnel  will continue to start work at the usual time, 7 am. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Experts urge review of legal provisions on working hours
Workers employed in private institutions, including banks and telecommunication companies,are concerned that they are given short unreliable contracts.
Recruitment firms face scrutiny over ‘exploitative employee contracts’
Minister of Agriculture Gerardine  Mukeshimana during a guided tour of Nasho Maize plantation in Eastern Province. The maize production target by 2024, was 2.94 tonnes per hectare. File
Why agriculture still falls short of set targets
Esperance Mukamana, Director General, National Land Authority, said that residents will start applying for the electronic land titles beginning Monday, January 9, through the Authority’s website.Courte
Electronic land title: What is the process of getting one
Director General of National Land Authority, Esperance Mukamana, speaking during the launch of digitized land titles system
Electronic land certificates will curb frauds - NLA
Aerial view of Vision City estate in Kigali. National Land Authority is introducing the electronic certificate of land registration or land title, known as “e-Title”, effective January 6, 2023. File
Rwanda launches electronic land titles to boost efficiency
Workers sort insects at the commercial plant for insect-based animal feed in Bugesera District on September 5, 2022.
According to Rwanda Agriculture and Animal Resources Development Board, black soldier flies have 70 per cent of proteins needed in the feed for chickens, pigs and fish. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Black soldier flies ‘prove to lower cost of livestock feed’
Farmers sort silk cocoons. Production dropped as a result of low prices and a lack of investor to develop the sector. (courtesy)
Silk production drops following Korean investor’s exit
Doctors conduct an operation at Kacyiru Hospital. Medical personnel will have to start work from the usual time – at 7 am – in a bid to ensure that the public has access to essential health service.
Why working hour change is not applicable for health facilities
Food stuff vendors interact with clients at Nyarugenge Market in Kigali. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rice prices soar as commodity supply is disrupted
Some Umwalimu SACCO members during the 25th General Assembly of this financial institution in Kigali, on Wednesday, December 28, 2022 (Emmanuel Ntirenganya)
Loans disbursed to teachers up by 40% after salary rise
Members of parliament during a session. Here are five bills that got people talking in 2022. Photo by Craish Bahizi.
Legislation: Five bills that got people talking in 2022

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