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 Alice Kagina
Alice Kagina
Nick O’Donohoe, BII Chief Executive Officer, said the facility will help tackle complex issues such as food security in Africa
Business
Rwandan businesses to benefit from $100m British finance facility
President Paul Kagame speaks during the World Economic Forum's opening plenary session on the “New Vision for Global Development” on Sunday, April 28. Photo by Village Urugwiro
International
The world should invest with and in Africa – Kagame
President Paul Kagame met with Kristalina Georgieva, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Sunday, April 28 for a discussion on the fruitful collaboration between Rwanda and the IMF. Photo_Village Urugwiro
International
Kagame, IMF’s Georgieva discuss partnership
Tourists visit Akagera National Park. Rwanda’s tourism revenue rose by 36 percent from $445 million in 2022 to reach $620 million in 2023. Courtesy
Tourism
Rwanda’s tourism revenue hit $620 million in 2023
Visitors on a guided tour at Isange Estate Rebero in Kicukiro District on July 29, 2022. Photo: File
Housing
Could Airbnb take over Rwanda’s hospitality industry?
Delegates during FIFA General Assembly at BK Arena in Kigali on March 16, 2023. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Tourism
How to harness Rwanda’s MICE tourism
Newly commissioned officer cadets during a parade at Rwanda Military Academy-Gako on Monday, April 15. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Rwanda
New RDF officers share thoughts on service, patriotism
Thapelo Tsheole , the newly appointed  Chief Executive Officer of the Rwanda Capital Market Authority (CMA). Courtesy
Business
Capital markets regulator gets new boss
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Women
Kagame meets Liberia's former President Sirleaf
Rwanda's Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Events (MICE) industry recorded $95 million in revenue in 2023, representing a 48 per cent increase from 2022. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Economy
Rwanda’s events industry rakes in $95m in 2023
Officials pose for a photo during the launch of the second cohort of 15 female enterpreneurs. All photos by Craish Bahizi
Featured
Norrsken’s Women in Business Initiative second cohort launched
Passengers board buses at Nyabugogo taxi park. Private bus operators have expressed frustration over the delayed government’s disbursement of transport subsidies. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rwanda
Transporters decry delayed gov’t subsidy payments
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Africa
Kenya drops nominee for top EAC job, names replacement
President Paul Kagame officiating the pass out of the 11th intake of Officer Basic Training, commissioning 624 officer cadets  at Rwanda Military Academy on April 15. PHOTOS: VILLAGE URUGWIRO
Security
Kagame tips new RDF officers on broader responsibilities beyond war
Serge Rusagara Sakumi, (L) addresses journalists during a press conference ahead of a cycling competition to remember his father Anselme Sakumi in 2023. File
Kwibuka
Kwibuka 30: Entrepreneur Sakumi on upholding father’s legacy
Petr Kapoun, TRL Space CEO.
Technology
Czech-based space firm to set up nanosatellites in Rwanda
Speaker of Parliament Donatille Mukantabana is helped to light a candle in memory of Genocide victims interred at Nyanza Genocide Memorial in Kicukiro District on Thursday, April 11. All photos by Dan Gatsinzi
Kwibuka
Kwibuka 30: Speaker Mukabalisa tells youth not to let guard down but strive to sustain country’s gains
Canadian Member of Parliament, Arielle Kayabaga during a past interview in Kigali. The Liberal MP for London West and first black woman to become elected to the London City Council has asked the Canadian parliament to designate UN sanctioned militia FDLR as a terrorist group. File photo
Africa
Canadian legislator Kayabaga asks her country to designate FDLR a terrorist group

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