Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Green Fund Rwanda Chief Executive Officer Hubert Ruzibiza explains how the green city pilot site in Kinyinya will incorporate affordable housing with innovative financial and loan tools, including rent-to-own options. / Sam Ngendahimana
Green city project to offer free houses to destitute residents
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente said more efforts are needed in tax collection so that taxes contribute 20.4 per cent to national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2024. / Craish Bahizi
Taxes will contribute 20.4% to GDP by 2024 – Prime Minister
Hubert Ruzibiza, CEO of Fonerwa explaining the Green project. Michel Nkurunziza.
Green city project to create 16,000 jobs
Faustin Munyazikwiye, the Deputy Director-General of REMA interacts with clerics during  consultative meetings on environment and climate change issues in Kigali yesterday (Sam Ngendahimana
Religious groups urged to join climate change battle
Farmers often sell their potato produce at giveaway prices during harvest season. File.
Search for post-harvest technologies as farmers battle poor prices
Caisse des Affaires Financiu00e8res (CAF) Isonga Ltd, a Rwandan micro-finance institution, that had an office in Muhanga District, closed this year but depositors are set to be paid back. Michel Nkurunziza.
Defunct Micro-Finance Institutions ‘shouldn’t mean losses for depositors’
Giancorlo Davite, Director General of Kipharma (L) and ES of Rwezamenyo (far right) give health insurance cards to a vulnerable residents. / Courtesy photos
330 households receive health insurance coverage
Francis Gatare, the CEO of Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (R) talks to Coletha Ruhamya, Director General of REMA recently. / Courtesy
Govt to consolidate small mining operators
Farmers and processors were equipped  with skills to boost processing and preservation technologies of agricultural products. / Craish Bahizi
Farmers in new drive to reduce fruits and vegetables post-harvest losses
(L-R) Member of Board in East Africa Business Emmanuel Nkusi, EABC  Vice Chairman, Dennis Karera, and Board Member Unda Kalimba address during press the conference at Kigali on November 20, 2019. / Craish Bahizi
EAC business community wants air transport costs reviewed
Cement trucks imported by Rwandan businessmen recently. (Dan Nsengiyumva)
EAC business community wants transport costs reviewed ahead of Summit
An aerial view of Kigali Special Economic Zone. Rwanda. (Emmanuel Kwizera)
Local firms seek protection from imported rival products
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The move of using methane gas for cooking could help reduce reliance on wood fuel from 80 per cent to 40 per cent. Net photo.
Rwanda explores use of methane gas for cooking
On November 15, Huawei sent eight Rwandan university students to China for a two-week fellowship in technology through the companyu2019s global programme called u201cseeds for the future Programme. Courtesy photos.
Huawei Rwandan fellows outline their ICT ambitions
Winners of the Jack Ma Foundation Africa Netpreneur Prize Initiative pose for a photo at the grand finale in Ghana. / Net
Two female Rwandan entrepreneurs secure funding from Jack Ma Foundation
Rwanda Veterinary Council has pledged to tighten the inspection so as to weed out those who masquerade as veterinary doctors./ File
Veterinary Council moves to weed out quack veterinarians
Children from vulnerable families gained access to inclusive education in Ntarama sector. Photos by  Michel Nkurunziza.
Children & Education
How vulnerable children benefit from inclusive education

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