Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Thousands of Genocide survivors, residents, officials participated in the event. / Courtesy
Kwibuka25: Busingye makes case for publishing books on Genocide
Rwanda Agricultural specialist shows some farmers how to carry out irrigation during their study tour at Mulindi recently. / Sam Ngendahimana
Govt launches model project to sustain irrigation schemes
Workers at a firm in Masaka, Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana.
Youth ministry targets 100,000 jobs in one year
Green Fund Rwanda chief executive  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, in Kigali, last year. / Courtesy
Development of $5 billion green city to begin next year
Dr Khammar Mrabit, Director General of Moroccan Agency for Nuclear and Radiological Safety and Security, and Patrick Nyitishema, Director General of Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority, sign the agreement on May 8, 2019 in Kigali. Emmanuel Kwizera
Rwanda, Morocco sign deal to scale up nuclear technology
Alvera Mukabaramba, the Minister of State in charge of Social Affairs. File.
FARG needs Rwf30bn for survivors’ housing
Researchers at Rwanda Agricultural Board have announced that they are planning on providing seeds to farmers to conduct on-farm trials for nine coffee varieties expected to keep increase of Rwandau2019s coffee production and exports. Sam Ngendahimana.
Govt turns to new high yielding coffee varieties
The young man plans to double hectares for pepper growing. Photos by Michel Nkurunziza.
Civic education inspires young entrepreneur to venture into agribusiness
Workers during construction of the Nyabugogo road last year. City of Kigali wants more money to expand roads ahead of CHOGM meeting next year. / Sam Ngendahimana
City of Kigali wants budget increase for roads, junctions
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Districts save millions through national service programme
Busingye addresses mourners at Murambi Genocide Memorial in Nyamagabe District on Sunday. Michel Nkurunziza.
Busingye vows crackdown on people hiding information about location of genocide remains
A group of over 60 young entrepreneurs with Small and Medium Enterprises producing Made-in-Rwanda products has gathered their ideas and resources to make use of Kigaliu2019s car-free zone to showcase their products . File.
SMEs to make use of car-free zone to promote locally made products
At least 294 Genocide victims were accorded decent burial at the site. Michel Nkurunziza.
Murambi Genocide victims remembered
All engineers have been urged to get professional license by the Council of Engineers of Rwanda. Courtesy.
Unlicensed engineers warned against unprofessional practices
Nyandungu Urban Wetland Eco-Tourism park that is under rehabilitation. According to Jules Djangwani, the project coordinator at Rwanda Environment Management Authority (pictured), the construction works will be completed in 36 months. Sam Ngendahimana.
New firm takes over Rwf5bn Nyandungu eco-tourism project
RDB deputy chief executive Emmanuel Hategeka speaks during the workshop on construction reforms in Kigali yesterday. Courtesy.
Rwanda announces fresh construction sector reforms
Masaka Creamery Ltd, that is popular for its tasty yogurt, has about 28 workers and more than 60 per cent of them have hearing impairement. File.
Is the target to create 2,000 jobs for disabled persons by 2020 feasible?
Ibuka president Jean-Pierre Dusingizemungu delivers his remarks at Nyanza Genocide Memorial site recently. Courtesy.
Ibuka calls for assessment of programmes reintegrating genocide convicts into society

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