Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Aerial view Kigali City in Nyarugenge District. Kigali has emerged as Africa's premier smart city among the 30 cities that participated in the assessment. File
Kigali tops Africa smart city rankings
Delegates at the opening of the Smart City Investment Summit in Kigali on Wednesday, September 6.The summit, themed “Leadership for Smart Cities”, brought together more than 1,000 participants. Courtesy
Developers on how low-income earners can invest in real estate
Kenya President William Ruto addresses delegates during the conclusion of Africa Climate Summit  in Nairobi on Wednesday, September 6. Courtesy
Nairobi declaration calls for new financing architecture to address Africa's needs
During the summit, The Smart City Hub Rwanda was launched
CoK urges investors to implement smart city solutions as population grows
Heads of State pose for a photo after their opening session of the Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi, Kenya on Tuesday, September 5. Village Urugwiro
Africa faces climate crisis, seeks lower interest rates on debt
Heads of State and other delegates during the opening of  Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi on Tuesday, September 5. Courtesy
Africa Climate Summit: Carbon markets scheme criticised
Some cows that are kept at  Gabiro Agribusiness Hub. Minister Musafiri said that even if Rwanda has more than 2 million cattle, but  we don’t have the capacity to process milk to meet our demand.File
Minister Musafiri on potential agric investment opportunities
President Paul Kagame delivers remarks during the opening of the Heads of State session of the Africa Climate Summit  in Nairobi, Kenya on Tuesday, September 5. PHOTO BY VILLAGE URUGWIRO
Africa should be key player in search for global climate solutions - Kagame
(L-R) Kevine Kagirimpundu, the co-founder and CEO of UZURI K&Y, Christelle Kwizera, founder of Access Water Rwanda, Francine Munyaneza, the founder of MUNYAX ECO, Yvette Ishimwe, founder and CEO of IRIBA Water Group and  Albert Munyabugingo, co-founder of the local tech solution delivery company VubaVuba, Courtesy
Five Rwandans who secured funding from Jack Ma’s Alibaba
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Kagame in Kenya for Africa climate summit
Some of over 6000 houses that were damaged by landslides and floods in Rubavu District on May 3. in Rubavu District . File
Africa: 110 million people affected by climate-related hazards in 2022
The UK Minister for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell announced new projects worth £49m (Rwf74 billion) for Africa , on Monday, September 4. DAN KWIZERA.
UK to finance new climate resilience projects in Africa
A female RDF soldier leads a military parade during their peacekeeping mission in Central Africa Republic. Only 1,000 female peacekeepers have been deployed since 2004. Courtesy.
Inside Rwanda's Rwf15bn plan to fix gender inequality in peacekeeping
A technician during an installation of a solar panel. The government has revised the National Electrification Plan  to augment the number of households connected to the national grid and bolster off-grid solutio
Rwanda revises electrification plan to increase solar home systems
Minister for Environment, Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamariya, said Rwanda expects tangible commitments and pledges to increase access to reliable low-carbon energy during the Africa Climate Summit. Photo: Courtesy.
Seven things to expect from Africa Climate Summit
Children who are beneficiaries of Gikuriro Kuri Bose-Inclusive Nutrition and Early Childhood Development (INECD) programme  in Burera District. PHOTOS BY EMMANUEL DUSHIMIMANA
FEATURED - Gikuriro Kuri Bose Programme: How ‘Nurturing Care Hubs’ are eradicating malnutrition among children
A flooded wetland where rice plantation was damaged in Kicukiro District
COP28: Rwandan activists weigh in on compensation fund for climate change losses
Wamkele Mene, Secretary General of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), Marlene Ngoyi, CEO of Fonds pour le développement des exportations en Afrique (FEDA) with Denis Karera, EABC Vice Chairperson after the signing ceremony of the $10 billion Adjustment Fund in Kigali on March 10. File
How can AfCFTA’s $10bn fund benefit Rwandan women, youth traders?

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