Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Employees of Rwanda Trading Company cleaning up coffee recently. Rwandau2019s coffee exports are set to increase to 24,500 tonnes this year. Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda’s coffee exports set to surge
A house was demolished because it was constructed using substandard materials in Kayonza District. File.
Local leaders on the spot over illegal construction, poor service delivery
CEO of BK, Dr. Diane Karusisi (centre) with Urumuri competition winners. /Michel Nkurunziza
Young innovators compete for Bank of Kigali interest-free loans
Umurenge SACCO of Byimana Sector in Ruhango District. File.
Automating SACCOs: Who is to blame for the failure?
(L-R): Ntezimana, Frank Habineza and Carine Maombi  the first vice president during a press conference. Habineza said that once in Parliament, they will strive for a green environment. Sam Ngendahimana.
Parliamentary polls: Green Party to front 55 candidates
The Deputy Ombudsman, Odette Yankurije chats with Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye in the meeting (Sam Ngendahimana)
New Rwf8bn project to fight graft, enhance access to justice
L-R: Jessie Kalisa Umutoni, the founder and Managing Director of G-MART; Charles Mugabo, the Chief Investent Officer at the fund; and Jean Bosco Ntabano, the Fundraising and Mobilisation Manager. Michel Nkurunziza.
Agaciro Fund gets boost from local chalk factory
RDB Chief Executive, Clare Akamanzi led the negotiations with the Israeli firm. Courtesy
Israeli investor to construct up to 10,000 housing units
the East African Court of Justice President, Dr Emmanuel Ugirashebuje  speaking to the media.Michel Nkurunziza
East African Court of Justice, National courts seek to harmonise laws
Clients seek services at a financial institution. File.
Why micro-finance institutions must have consumer protection policies
The state minister of Agriculture Fulgence Ngengiyumva  visits one of the seed potato warehouse on Northen province. File.
Irish potato farmers upbeat as government moves to address seed shortage
The minister of Health Dr Diane Gashumba, interacting with community health workers in Burera District.
FEATURED: Horizon SOPYRWA backs efforts to plant mosquito repellent trees
workers sort coffee using coffee drying racks at Cyarumbo Coffee Washing Station in Maraba Sector. (File)
Rwanda coffee to be showcased at the World of Coffee exhibition in Amsterdam
Central Africa region has been said to have huge reserves of renewable energy resources such as hydro, solar, wind energy, geothermal as well as non-renewables like thermal, peat, coal which are technically and fin. File.
Regional countries to integrate electrification projects
World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva. Courtesy.
Sub-Saharan Africa, losing $2.5 trillion due to gender inequality – World Bank
Workers inspect panels at an 8.5 megawatt solar power plant in Rwamagana District. Courtesy.
Regional countries tipped on synergies to reduce energy cost
A view of a semi-flooded surgar cane plantation of Kabuye Sugar Works at the boundary of Nyarugenge and Kamonyi districts. File.
Farmers call for agricultural insurance products as vulnerability to losses grow
Tomato farmers  weeding  their plantation in Musanze District. farmers want governments to allocate enough resources for disaster preparedness programs. Sam Ngendahimana.
EAC countries tipped on building farmers’ resilience to disasters

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