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 Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Parents look how their children playing l at Gikondo Expo Ground last year.Children below 12 years not allowed in EXPO 2020 . / Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda
Rwanda trade fair to be held under strict Covid-19 protocols
Local currency financing for off-grid renewables projects and businesses in Africa is still limited. / Dan Nsengiyumva
Business
Mining companies on the spot over working conditions
A sample of how e-waste management works. Captured during a mini expo in Kigali last year . / Sam Ngendahimana
Business
E-waste handling mitigates 1,648 tonnes of carbon emission
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REB official arrested for bribery in ongoing teachers recruitment
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Business
US$6 million project to help build greater resilience to floods, drought
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Business
Rwandan agricultural scientists undertake research to grow crops among rocks
Many of the important useful species are on the verge of extinction due to over-exploitation and habitat destruction. / Photos: Michel Nkurunziza
Botanical gardens: The need to conserve medicinal plants
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Featured
The National Children’s Summit: A home grown solution to grant every childa right to participation
The newly-constructed Kanogo drainage has helped reduce floods in Kigali. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda
What can be done to check the raging floods in Kigali suburbs?
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First Kangondo residents set to move to new estate
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Children & Education
School children use art in drive against Covid-19
Some of the seedlings distributed to farmers at Gishari site in Rwamagana District by One Acre Fund-TUBURA on Friday, November 21. The district will plant agro-forestry trees on 1,446 hectares. / Photos: Courtesy.
One Acre Fund-TUBURA to distribute 15m trees to farmers
Marie Louise Karegeya a female motorcyclist in Kigali . / Sam Ngendahimana
Business
Seven initiatives supporting local entrepreneurs and start-ups
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Business
What is holding back cassava yield?
L-R: Country Manager of Spenn, Norbert Haguma; CEO & Managing Director of Yego, Karanvir Singh; Chief Executive Officer of I&M Bank, Robin Bairstow; and Transport License Veneranda Mukamurera during the launch of Yego-Spenn.
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FEATURED: SPENN launches free digital payment for YEGO users
RDB and the African Management Institute (AMI) have signed a cooperation agreement to support AMI in providing 2,500 MSMEs with free business recovery and growth tools to help them bounce back from the impact of Covid-19.
2,500 Rwandan SMEs to benefit from skills development initiative
Minister of Local Government Prof Anastase Shyaka presides over the launch of Operation USAFI at Gasabo District on 18 November 2020 .Photo Courtesy
Rwanda
New model to help street, stunted children in Kigali
A golden monkey in Gishwati-Mukura forest national Park. Just last month, the Gishwati-Mukura landscape was named a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Now, the park is set to be opened for tourism. / Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda
Rwanda to open Gishwati-Mukura Park for tourism in December

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