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Alice Kagina
Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the IMF, speaks at the meeting with East African finance ministers and Central Bank Governors in Kigali on January 25, 2023. Photo by Craish Bahizi
African leaders want easier access to climate finance
Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva. Courtesy
IMF Boss on Rwanda’s economic potential, climate championship
Some of the 12  human trafficking victims intercepted in Rwanda in 2017. Photographed here after talking to journalists in Kigali. File
Women make up majority of human traffickers in Rwanda – report
Joan MURUNGI, Head of the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Materials development at Rwanda Basic Education Board (REB) during an interview in Kigali. Photos by Dan Kwizera
Education board to reduce student-textbook gap by 2025
Workers at Pink Mango garment factory at Kigali Special Economic Zone. Rwanda’s economy is projected to grow at 7.8 percent in 2023 and 8.1 percent in 2024, according to the African Development Bank (AfDB). File
Rwanda’s economy to grow at 7.8 percent in 2023–AfDB
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IMF boss Georgieva to visit Rwanda
Members of Private Sector follow a presentation during a workshop aimed at furthering the engagement and bringing on board the primary implementers of the continental agreement. Craish Bahizi (
Private sector tipped on requirements to trade under AfCFTA
Mountain gorillas of Susa group at Karisimbi  in Volcanoes National Park. Rwanda has extended promotional rates for gorilla trekking fees to ensure continued domestic and foreign tourism recovery. Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda extends gorilla trekking promotional prices
Amb Emmanuel Hategeka, Rwandan Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates during the 13th Assembly meetings held in Abu Dhabi from January 14 to 15. Courtesy
Rwanda elected for presidency of global renewable energy body
As the complete a seven-day boot camp, the scholars were given certificates of completion after acquiring the new skills. All Photos by Dan Kwizera Gatsinzi
FEATURED: Equity Bank offers paid internship to 34 high school graduates
President Paul Kagame addresses delegates during the 28th annual National Prayer Breakfast held at Kigali Convention Centre. on Sunday, January 15. Olivier Mugwiza
PRAYER BREAKFAST: Kagame tasks leaders to carry burden of responsibility
Cross border trucks that transport goods from Dal Es Salaam to Kigali at Rusumo.Intra-East African Community trade continues on an upward trajectory after hitting $10.17 billion in September 2022. Dan Nsengiyumva
Trade among EAC countries hits $10 billion
Vincent Biruta, Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and his Turkish counterpart, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu sign the agreement in Kigali on Thursday, January 12. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Why new Rwanda, Turkey deals matter
Vincent Biruta, Rwanda’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and his Turkish counterpart, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu during the signing event in Kigali on Thursday, January 12. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Rwanda, Turkey sign three cooperation agreements
The Government Spokesperson, Yolande Makolo during a past news briefing. Makolo clarified that Rwanda has no intention to expel or ban refugees as it is being reported. File
Rwanda says has no intention of expelling Congolese refugees
Inzovu Mall that the Duval Group plans to build in the former offices of the Ministry of Justice near Gishushu
Construction of Inzovu mall to kick off in May
Path To Success school in Kigarama Sector in Kicukiro District. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Path to Success boss speaks out after school bus accident kills pupil
UFACO Garment factory workers on duty at Kigali Special Economic Zone. More reactions from private sector are raised following the new change in working hours. Sam Ngendahimana
Mixed reactions trail changes to working hours

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