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 Alice Kagina
Alice Kagina
Workers sort fresh green beans for export at the newly inaugurated packhouse at Kigali Special Economic Zone in Masoro on September 8. Rwanda’s private sector have been urged to leverage the AfCFTA to expand their businesses beyond the EAC market. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Economy
Private sector urged to expand market under AfCFTA trading
 Marie Immaculee Ingabire, Chairperson of TIR addresses the event to launch the report on, Wednesday, September 28 .She cited lack of evidence as a big challenge they face in the fight against this vice. Courtesy
Law
Sexual corruption victims urged on timely case reporting
A health worker during temperature screening at Gatuna border on May 27, 2019. All travellers entering Rwanda from Uganda are now subject to screening following an outbreak of Ebola in Uganda. / File
Health
EAC partner states urged to reinforce Ebola preparedness, response
Rwanda’s mountain gorillas of Susa family in Volcanoes National Park. / Sam Ngendahimana
Tourism
Rwanda’s mountain gorillas hit Instagram
A view of the Kigali’s Central Business District. Rwanda aspires to become a knowledge-based and services-led economy through diversification of its
export base into distribution and logistics services, tourism. Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Economy
World Bank: Improved internet, innovation could boost Rwanda’s service trade
Central Bank Governor, John Rwangombwa, speaks during the presentation of the Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Statement in Kigali, on September 22. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Business
Non-performing loans drop by Rwf12 billion in first half of 2022 – BNR
Emmanuel Habineza, Managing Partner of BDO in East Africa, speaks at the workshop in Kigali on September 23. / Photos: Olivier Mugwiza.
Featured
Financial players tipped on investment promotion, facilitation law
Central Bank Governor John Rwangombwa and his deputy, Soraya Hakuziyaremye, during the presentation of Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Statement in Kigali, on Thursday, September 22. Rwangombwa said Rwanda's export in value increased by 37.2 per cent during the first half of 2022, thanks in large part to export of manufactured goods to the region.Dan Nsengiyumva
Economy
Five key highlights from latest Central Bank economic update
President Paul Kagame meets with Raymond Chambers, World Health Organization  Ambassador for Global Strategy in Newyork  on Thursday, September 22. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Health
Kagame, WHO envoy discuss partnership areas
John Rwangombwa, Central Bank Governor, delivers remarks during the presentation of Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Statement in Kigali on September 22. / Photos: Dan Nsengiyumva
Economy
Rwanda's exports grow by 37 per cent
Students undergo temperature screening before entering class at Groupe Scolaire Remera Catholique. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Health
Covid-19: Five things to know as children under 12 get vaccinated
World leaders follow Charles Michel, President of the European Council's remarks at  the Global Food Security Summit on September 20. Photo by  Village Urugwiro
Agriculture
Global leaders commit $4.7bn to help tame food insecurity
Jean Malic Kalima, Chairman of Rwanda Mining Association. Photo: Courtesy.
Featured
Miners’ body recommit to safeguard environment
Mourners observe a moment of silence to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II at the Holy Trinity Cathedral of the Anglican Church in Kigali on September 18. / Photos: Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda
Rwandan Anglican community pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth
Julienne Oyler, Founder and Chief Executive of Inkomoko during the interview on September 10. / Photo: Willy Mucyo
Business
Our journey supporting Rwandan businesses has been very rewarding – Inkomoko founder
President Kagame signs the book of condolences at Lancaster House ahead of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral tomorrow. / Photo: Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame in London for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral
First Lady Jeannette Kagame delivers remarks during the European launch of Lancet Oncology Commission in Sweden on September 16. Courtesy.
Health
First Lady Kagame renews call to end cervical cancer
President Paul Kagame  meets with Eric Adams, Mayor of New York, to discuss  different areas of partnerships on Friday,  September 16. Photo by Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame meets New York mayor Adams

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