Patrick Nzabonimpa
Patrick Nzabonimpa
Bless Aine Jovial Hirwa, Joel Imbabarire, Elysee Mushimiyimana, Jean Paul Mugisha, Sam Boneza, Ben Johnson Rubibi and Henry Munyaneza, the artists behind the exhibition. Photos by Christianne Murengerantwari.
Roots of Nurturing: Exhibition honouring role of mothers in Rwandan society
Different people who attended the opening day of the exhibition
Kaje: New art exhibition highlights journalist’s triumph, resilience
Some of the mentees under the MentorHer Africa program posing for a photo during the official launch of the initiative_
How initiative is empowering women in cybersecurity field
Right side- Laurence Mukanyubahiro, a Senior Analyst for Payment Systems at the National Bank of Rwanda and Aimable Rukundo, the Chief Digital
Experts mull user-centric instant payments for better consumer experience
LR - Robert Ochora, the CEO of AfricaNenda, Huria Ali Mahdi, State Minister for Women and Social Affairs in Ethiopia and Stephen Karingi, the D
New report reveals continued growth in Africa’s instant payment systems
Arthur Germond, AFD Country Director for Rwanda and  Kampeta Sayinzoga, CEO of BRD during the signing ceremony on November 3. Gatsinzi
Ireme Invest secures additional €20 million loan to support green projects
Clients enjoy their lunch at Onomo Hotel in Kigali. In a competitive world of hospitality, attracting and maintaining customers is critical for long-term success. Photo by  Sam Ngendahimana
Hospitality business: How to win over hearts and wallets
Officials during the ongoing Tekana Online campaign aimed to educate them about Rwanda's Personal Data Protection and Privacy law and promote responsible online behaviour.  Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
NCSA discuss major cyber threats, mitigation strategies
Jeannette Bayisenge, the Minister of Public Service and Labour, deposited the instrument of ratification to Gilbert F. Houngbo, the Director-General of the ILO in Geneva, Switzerland on November 1. Courtesy
Rwanda ratifies ILO convention on ending violence, harassment
Leah Mfiteyesu, a local nutritionist, said that a vegan diet has a positive impact on one’s health.
World Vegan Day: The whys and hows of going plant-based
Patel Amuri  creating animations in his studio in Nyamata. He believes that artists are still in the process of learning. Courtesy photo
Exploring the rise of animation in Rwanda
Ivorian football legend, Didier Drogba, will be the keynote speaker at the 23rd World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Global Summit in Kigali, scheduled from November 1 to 3. FILE
Didier Drogba among key speakers at global tourism summit in Kigali
Cogebanque head office in Kigali. Cogebanque Rwanda Plc has encouraged its customers to explore savings account options tailored to their financial goals. Craish Bahizi
Savings Week: Cogebanque urges customers to open tailored savings accounts
BPR Rwanda customers during the transactions at  the Nyabugogo Branch.  File
World Savings day: Rwanda seeks to save 23% of GDP for 2023/24
 Members of the Association of Widows of the Genocide, AVEGA-Agahozo who are beneficiaries of the donation, thank Steel Rwa officials during the handover ceremony of six electric sewing machines on Friday October 27. Courtesy
FEATURED: Steel Rwa donates sewing machines to Genocide widows in Rwamagana
 Tekana Online campaign aimed to educate them about Rwanda's Personal Data Protection and Privacy law and promote responsible online behaviour. All Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Musanze residents mobilised on online safety, personal data privacy
Rwanda enacted a personal data protection and privacy law in 2021. The law aims to keep one’s personal information safe and determines how it can be used. Courtesy
5 pitfalls of violating personal data protection and privacy law
The “Byoroshye”, the integration seeks to enhance the process of payment for IremboGov services for both citizens and I&M Bank customers. Craish Bahizi
I&M Bank Rwanda moves to facilitate customer payments for IremboGov services

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