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 Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
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Business
Diversification of tourism products could double revenues
Kigali Leather Factory was suspended recently for discharging waste into River Akagera. File.
Rwanda
Industries face closure for polluting wetlands, water bodies
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Rwanda
Green agriculture initiative to boost food security for 70,000 households
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Business
New multimillion project to enhance farmers’ role in agriculture policy
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Rwanda
Our experience compels us to protect civilians, says prosecutor
Congolese refugees in Rwanda receiving food supplies. File.
Rwanda
Rwanda to rollout financial services in refugee camps
27-year old Penine Niyobyose who is blind makes money from sweater knitting./Michel Nkurunziza
Business
Visually impaired TVET graduate knitting her way to prosperity
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Agric body to disinfect ponds after mass fish deaths in Musanze
Forests around Rebero hill have been degraded, something that has caused flooding around the area. Michel Nkurunziza.
Rwanda
City of Kigali spends Rwf1.5 billion annually to contain flooding 
WDA DG Jerome Gasana (left) and tennis federation president, Kassim Ntageruka (right), shake hands after signing the agreement on Thursday. Michel Nkurunziza.
New deal inked to detect tennis talents
Petit Vuningoma shows the Chili he makes. Photos by Michel Nkurunziza.
Featured
FEATURED: Vuningoma aims to turnaround his pepper processing business with BDF funding
Minister of Public Service and Labour Fanfan Rwanyindo speaks to the media. File.
Rwanda
Govt looks to redeploy former workers of restructured ministries
Some of the beneficiaries of the project. Michel Nkurunziza.
Business
Youth initiative benefits over 9,000
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Business
Government to set up fund to incentivise model farmers
Finished products ready for sale and distribution.
People
How BDF supported the female graduate to expand her agribusiness project
Workers at a construction site in Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda
Informal sector savings scheme to be rolled out this month
Owners of the storage facility speak to  Kayonza Mayor Murenzi (centre) about the new fertilisers they received.
Business
Farmers turn to value addition to help shore up maize prices
The busy Kicukiro trading centre along the Sonatubes-Gahanga-Akagera Bridge road whose expansion is expected to start tomorrow. The expropriation of the property along this road will cost an estimated Rwf4.5 billion. Nadege Imbabazi.
Govt to spend Rwf4.5bn on expropriating properties on Sonatubes-Gahanga road

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