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 Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
(L-R) EAC Secretary General Peter Mathuki, Rwanda's State Minister in Charge of EAC affairs Nshuti Manasseh, and  EALA ex-officio  Rebecca Miano during the regional parliament's Plenary in Kigali on November 2, 2022. (Courtesy)
Africa
‘Consensus principle’ blamed for hindering EAC progress
Burundi President, Évariste Ndayishimiye meets with the EAC Facilitator on the Peace Process in the Eastern DRC, former  Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta to discuss on the current security issues in Eastern DRC. Courtesy
Security
Uhuru, Ndayishimiye root for ‘comprehensive’ solution for DR Congo crisis
Martin Ngoga, the Speaker of EALA chairing  a session held in Kigali on Friday, November 4. Courtesy
Africa
Over $2m earmarked for EAC staff arrears
Minister of State in Charge of East African Community (EAC) Manasseh Nshuti and EAC Secretary General Peter Mathuki during a plenary sitting of EALA in Kigali. Courtesy
Economy
EAC must get ‘basics’ right prior to monetary union – Minister Nshuti
MP Fatuma Ndangiza speaks  during an EALA session that was debating on the Report of its Committee on Legal, Rules and Privileges on the East African Community Surveillance, Compliance and Enforcement Commission Bill, in Kigali, on Wednesday, November 2. Courtesy
Rwanda
EALA MPs call for usage of local currencies across EAC
Africa Improved Foods wins EAC Quality award 2022.
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Africa Improved Foods wins EAC Quality award 2022
President Paul Kagame addresses  members of EALA parliament during a  special plenary sitting of the East African Legislative Assembly in Kigali on Tuesday, November 1. Photo Village Urugwiro
Africa
Strong regional blocs key to prosperous African Union – Kagame
President Paul Kagame, Speaker of EALA ,Martin Ngoga, Senate President Augustin Iyamuremye and Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente at   a Special Sitting of the East African Legislative Assembly in Kigali on November 1. Village Urugwir
Africa
Kagame urges adoption of sustainable funding for EAC
Members of the East African Legislative Assembly during plenary session in Kigali on October 31. Courtesy
Education
Regional MPs push for closure of ‘quack’ universities
Members of the East African Legislative Assembly during plenary session session in Kigali on October 31. Courtesy
Rwanda
Regional MPs urge ratification of ‘key’ EAC protocols
The East African Legislative Assembly Speaker Martin Ngoga during a plenary session in Kigali on October 25. Courtesy
Africa
EALA Plenary to consider increase in EAC budget
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente (R) shakes hands with His Beatitude Theodoros II, the Orthodox Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa, in Kigali, October 29, 2022 (Photo credit,Office of Prime Minister)
Rwanda
Orthodox Church leader lauds Rwanda’s post-Genocide renewal
Fitch Ratings has maintained Rwanda’s debt repayment capacity to a ‘low’ level. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Fitch Ratings affirms Rwanda's debt payment ability
Barnabé Muhire Sebagabo, Acting Chairperson of the Council of Commissioners at the National Public Service Commission presenting the report to the parliament. Courtesy
Rwanda
Public entities lose billions in legal battles
Food stalls at Kimisagara market in Kigali. Rwanda has seen a significant improvement in its food
security status, with statistics from a 2018 report showing that 81.3 per cent of its population was
food secure. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Rwanda
World Food Day: How Rwanda keeps focus on food security
A farmer sorts her beans plantation.Rwanda is offering free fertilisers to its farmer as it responds to high food prices, and drought that is threatening to cause crop production failure
Agriculture
Rwanda offers free fertilisers, irrigation as drought bites
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
Law
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
Africa
Regional MPs push for ‘adequate’ funding for EAC

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