Alice Kagina
Alice Kagina
Pierre-Cu00e9lestin Rwabukumba the CEO of Rwanda Stock Exchange delivers remarks during the forum on August 4. / All photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
Why SMEs turn a blind eye to the stock market
Andrew Wambari Kairu, KCB Group Chairman and Robert Levy, TMB Chairman after signing the agreement on August 3. courtesy
KCB to acquire DRC-based Trust Merchant Bank
Recently, the value of the US dollar has been skyrocketing against other currencies, making eco- nomic trends more complex for the rest of the world. Photo: File.
Experts on how a strong dollar affects the Rwandan economy
A worker boils tin at LuNa Smelter in Gasabo District. The firm is the sole producer and exporter of tin in both Eastern and Central Africa.
Mining industry sees value in growing local processing capacity
Rwandau2019s High Commissioner to Ghana, Aissa Kacyira delivers remarks during  the 28th Liberation Day celebrations  on July 29.
Rwandans in Ghana celebrate Liberation Day
Yamina Karitanyi, Chief Executive Officer, Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board, in an exclusive interview in Kigali .Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva
Yamina Karitanyi discusses professionalism, investments in mining sector
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The growing market for body shapers in Rwanda
Moussa Faki Mahamat, the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, in a cheerful mood during the launch of AfCFTA in Kigali on March 21, 2018.
Rwanda among countries chosen for AfCFTA pilot trading
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Youth urged to tap into technology, chart new path for conservation
Officials in a group photo as IUCN Africa Protected Areas Congress culminates in Kigali with a u2018Kigali Call to Actionu2019 statement with contributions from heads of state, ministers and representatives of government on July 23.
APAC: Five key highlights from continental conservation congress
Zephanie Niyonkuru, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Development Board  and Luther Anukur, the Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa after signing the agreement in Kigali on July 22. Photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda joins global conservation body' 'green list'
Kaddu Sebunya, the CEO of African Wildlife Foundation, delivers remarks at the inaugural African Protected Areas Congress in Kigali on Monday, July 18. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Up close with Kaddu Sebunya, the ‘accidental’ conservationist
Kaddu Sebunya, CEO of African Wildlife Foundation speaks during the launch of A Pan-African Conservation Trust,as  Hailemariam Desalegn,Chairperson of the A-PACT steering committee looks on.Courtesy
New Pan-African fund should align with national conservation trust funds –Experts
Journalists after completing a workshop under the theme u201cOpportunities and Challenges of Conservation Journalism in Africau201d that was organised on the sidelines of the ongoing African Protected Areas Congress, in Kigali on July 19. / Photo: Courtesy.
Journalists urged to create link between conservation and social, economic issues
Former Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn delivers remarks at the official launch of the Rwandan office of African Wildlife Foundation, in Kigali on July 18. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Ex-Ethiopian Premier makes case for community ownership of conservation
A cross-section of delegates during the official opening of the African Protected Areas Congress in Kigali on Monday, July 18. The first-ever continent-wide gathering of over 2,000 delegates,  will run through July 23. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
African countries challenged to invest in biodiversity conservation
Kaddu Sebunya, Chief Executive Officer of African Wildlife Foundation, during an exclusive interview with The New Times on July 15.
We need an African model on conservation – Kaddu Sebunya
John Rwangombwa.
Rising life expectancy in Africa triggers urgent need for pension penetration

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