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L-R: Uzziel Ndagijimana, Rwanda's Minister for Finance and Economic Planning; and Bo Li, Deputy Managing Director and Acting Chair of IMF Board. IMF has approved a $319 million loan to finance projects tackling climate change. Courtesy
Environment
IMF approves $319m climate financing for Rwanda
Robert Kayinamura, Deputy Permanent Representative of Rwanda to the UN  speaks at the UN Security Council debate on International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals on December 12. Courtesy
Crime
Genocide denial a setback on justice gains – Rwandan diplomat
Dr. Yvan Butera, State Minister in the Ministry of Health speaks at the conference. He said that this conference provides a platform for knowledge and skills sharing aimed at building resilient health systems. Courtesy
Health
Africa needs result-oriented researchers - Experts
President Paul Kagame addresses delegates at the Effective Development Co-operation Summit  in Geneva, Switzerland,on Monday, December 12. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Economy
Kagame urges developing countries to mobilise more resources, partnerships
President Paul Kagame meets with President Ignazio Cassis of the Swiss Confederation  in Geneva, Switzerland on Monday, December 12. Photo by Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame in Switzerland for Effective Development Co-operation Summit
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Politics
Mukabalisa re-elected Liberal Party president
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Aviation
Rwanda, Nepal to sign air service agreement
The president of the Senate, Augustin Iyamuremye (C) speaks during a session to approve his resignation from his capacity as the president and as a senator on Friday, December 9. Courtesy
Politics
What next after Senate president Iyamuremye's resignation?
President Paul Kagame addresses delegates at the International Anticorruption Excellence Awards Ceremony in Doha, on December 8. Photo by Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame commends Qatar for successfully hosting World Cup
Inside CIMERWA firm in Rusizi District. The cement manufacturer recently announced payment of Rwf10.5 billion in dividends to shareholders, following a record Rwf92.1 billion in total revenues in 2022. File
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CIMERWA boss sheds light on dividend payments
A view of Petite Barriere, the border between DR Congo and Rwanda. Due to security situation in eastern DR Congo, trade between the two countries has slightly declined. File
Economy
Rwanda, DR Congo trade slightly declined but growth remains – official
President Paul Kagame virtually addressed the 4th edition of Kusi Ideas Festival on December 8, themed “Climate Change Exploring African Responses and Solutions.” Photo by Village Urugwiro
Environment
Climate crisis threatens Africa’s development – Kagame
A RwandAir plane at Kigali International Airport. The national carrier has apologised for flight cancellations experienced in recent days. File.
Aviation
RwandAir apologises over flight cancellations
 Minister of Finance and Economic planning   Uzziel Ndagijimana   and  Imai Masahiro, Ambassador of Japan in Rwanda  sign the agreement in Kigali on Tuesday, December 6. Courtesy
Infrastructure
Rwanda secures $22m for urban water supply
Miners at a Rulindo District mining site. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Business
Banks do not trust us with financing – miners
Inside CIMERWA warehouse in Rusizi. CIMERWA has announced that it will pay out Rwf10.5 billion in dividends to shareholders, following a record Rwf92.1 billion total revenues in 2022.File
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CIMERWA to pay Rwf10billion dividends to shareholders
Prime Edouard  Ngirente delivers remarks during the launch of the 5th edition of Rwanda Mining Week that kicked off on December 5. Courtesy
Rwanda
Rwanda’s mining potential is yet to be fully exploited- PM
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Economy
New WB report says remittances to Rwanda on steady rise

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