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 Alice Kagina
Alice Kagina
First Lady Jeannette Kagame delivers remarks during her interaction with the Rwandan Diaspora and Friends of Rwanda in the Nordic countries,  on Rwanda’s post-genocide journey on September 15.Courtesy
Rwanda
First Lady: Rwanda’s story is a beacon of hope
Yusuf Murangwa, the Director General of NISR while presenting the figures at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning on Thursday, September 15. Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda
Service sector fuels economic growth in second quarter of 2022
First Lady Jeannette Kagame flanked by Rwanda's Envoy in Sweden Dr Diane Gashumba  during a guided tour of the Play Therapy Pediatric Department of Karolinska University Hospital  IN Sweden, on Wednesday, September 14.  During her three-day visit to Stockholm, Jeannette Kagame is expected to attend various events and activities. Courtesy
International
First Lady Jeannette Kagame on working visit in Sweden
A teacher during a class at GS Camp Kigali. From the academic year 2022-2023, parents will no longer pay school fees for students in pre-primary and primary, however, they will contribute Rwf975 for school feeding programme.
Rwanda
Govt scraps tuition fees for public primary schools
A view of the ongoing construction activities of the regional Rusumo falls hydroelectric power plant in Kirehe District. Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Infrastructure
Rusumo hydro project to help cut power tariffs come 2023
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Africa
Kagame in Nairobi for Ruto’s inauguration
President Paul Kagame has ordered that the Rwanda national flag and the East African Community flag be flown to half-mast in memory of Queen Elizabeth II. File
Rwanda
Kagame orders flags to fly at half-mast in honour of Queen Elizabeth
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International
Kagame mourns Queen Elizabeth II
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International
Commonwealth boss mourns Queen Elizabeth II
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Health
Rwanda among countries to pilot oral drug treatment for Covid-19
Adeline Niyitanga with her child in Gatsata Sector, Gasabo District. Photo: Alice Kagina.
Rwanda
‘Rejection and blurred identities’ – The case of biracial kids abandoned by foreign fathers
Alain-Guillaume Bunyoni. / Internet photo
Africa
Burundian Prime Minister Bunyoni sacked, replaced
Yussouf Ntwali and Gabriel Ekman, the co-founders of BAG Innovation. Their startup is listed among six local startups to receive $100,000 (approx. Rwf100 million) as part of Google funding initiative for African tech companies.File
Technology
Six Rwandan startups to receive $100,000 Google funding
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International
Kagame congratulates new UK prime minister
Cross border cargo trucks transport goods from Tanzania to Rwanda. Vehicles transporting goods with gross weight exceeding five tonnes but not exceeding 20 tonnes will pay an import duty rate of 10 per cent instead of 25 per cent. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Business
A look at new tax incentives to boost revenue collections
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International
New incoming British Premier Truss outlines priorities
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Business
BK Group registers Rwf28.3bn profit in six months
David Beer has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer for TradeMark East Africa  and will assume the position effective September 1. / Courtesy
Business
TradeMark East Africa gets new boss

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