Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Rwanda Energy Group technician during electrical  installation. The Minister of Infrastructure, Jimmy Gasore, is set to appear in Parliament on Tuesday afternoon to respond to issues related to Rwanda’s electricity production.
Infrastructure Minister to appear before lawmakers over electricity issues
The presidential and legislative elections will take place  in July 2024. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Elections: Who is eligible to vote, who is not?
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Agric workers sorting a new Irish potato variety that is grown in a greenhouse in Kinigi Sector in Musanze District. Rwanda, on February 21, promulgated a law governing biosafety, which seeks to ensure that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are handled, transferred and used safely in the country. PHOTO BY SAM NGENDAHIMANA
Inside Rwanda's biosafety law set to regulate GMOs
The regulations of February 26, 2024, governing leveraged foreign exchange trading in Rwanda were published in the Official Gazette of February 27, and issued by the Capital Market Authority of Rwanda. File
Rwanda moves to regulate online forex trading
RwandAir's plane while taking off at Kigali international airport. National carrier RwandAir  will suspend all flights to and from Mumbai, effective March 15 (Sam Ngendahimana)
Why RwandAir plans to suspend Mumbai flights
Rwanda Revenue Authority Commissioner General Pascal Bizimana Ruganintwali addresses journalists as Minister of Finance Uzziel Ndagijimana takes notes, on Wenesday, February 28. Photo by Chelsea Nkubito
Voluntary disclosure: What tax incentives does Rwanda offer?
A client buys some products at Nyarugenge Market. Craish Bahizi
Consumers entitled to 10% VAT reward for their purchases
Francis Kamanzi was appointed by a cabinet meeting as the new CEO of Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (RMB) on Tuesday, February 27.
Who is Francis Kamanzi, the new Rwanda mines board CEO?
Paddy rice production in 2023 amounted to 133,628 tonnes, 1,446 tonnes less than the 135,074 tonnes recorded in the previous year, in Rwanda. On February 21, 2024, the country enacted legislation governing biosafety, aimed at ensuring the safe handling, transfer, and use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) food in the country.
Six things to know as Rwanda promulgates GMO law
Workers sort new cassava varieties at a RAB station in Huye District. Rwanda, on February 21, published in its Official Gazette a law governing biosafety for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to ensure they are handled, transferred, and used safely. Photo Courtesy
Rwanda finally passes law on GMOs: What next?
A farmer suspends maize cobs on a wooden structure to sun-dry in Mushikiri Sector, Kirehe District. Rains hindered maize drying efforts of farmers in the current harvest season, leading to adjustments in prices that were set on January 19, 2024 (courtesy)
Unusual rains impact maize prices in Rwanda
Amb Isao Fukushima (centre), Japan’s envoy to Rwanda, and Eric Ruganintwali, the then Quality Assurance and Regulatory Division Manager at NAEB, during a tour of coffee cooperatives supported under a Japan-funded project in Karongi, Kirehe and Ruhango Districts, in March 2023. Photo: Dan Kwizera
Top 10 countries consuming Rwanda’s coffee
Rwanda Investigation Bureau headquarters in Kimihurura, Gasabo District. RIB has advised Rwandans to shun fraudulent or corrupt acts and other various crimes.
RIB detains 8 public staff over recruitment exam theft, sale
Rwanda’s Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Administration and Personnel, Jeanne Chantal Ujeneza, and Inspector General of Police (both on the left), Felix Namuhoranye, receive CAR’s Minister of Interior and Public Security, Michel Nicaise Nassin, and its Director General of the National Gendarmerie, Landry Ulrich Depot (both on the right), as the latter pay a courtesy to IGP Namuhoranye at Rwanda National Police headquarters in Kacyiru, Kigali, on February 22, 2024, (Courtesy).
Rwanda to train 500 CAR police officers as countries ink new cooperation deal
A nurse at Mayange Health Center in Rwanda uses ultrasound to assess foetal age. According to the Ministry of Health, over 200 foreigners have applied to serve and train general practitioners into gynaecologists. Net photo
Foreign specialists to join Rwandan healthcare system in gynaecology
A RwandAir plane at Kigali International Airport. Rwanda is stepping up its preparedness to respond to epidemics through approaches including testing waste water from passenger airlines for early disease detection purposes. File photo.
Inside Rwanda’s approach to epidemic preparedness
Minister of Health, Sabin Nsanzimana speaks during the  parliamentary session on February 19. Photo Courtesy
‘Text neck’ wrecks your upper spine area — Health Minister

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