Jessica Agasaro
Jessica Agasaro
Delegates follow a presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Re-shaping Education for Sustainable Development , from May 13 to May 15, 2024. Courtesy
FEATURED: International conference explores AI’s role in shaping education for sustainable development
Jibu Rwanda worker filling drinking bottled water at Huye branch. The firm has been ranked among Africa's fastest rising companies in 2024 by Financial Times.  (Courtesy)
Rwanda-based drinking water firm among Africa’s fastest growing companies
Local artiste Platini Nemeye  entertaining  participants who attended the compaign to raise awareness about drug abuse among youth at Kicukiro stadium. Photos by Craish Bahizi
Recovering from drug abuse is possible – former addicts
Minister of ICT and Innovation Paula Ingabire interacts with Minister of Education Gaspard Twagirayezu at the event to celebrate the launch of the 2nd phase of the Rwanda Economy Digitalisation programme,o May 10. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rwanda Economy Digitalisation programme celebrates new chapter
Delegates pose for a group photo after completing a breakfast meeting held in Kigali on May 9–10. Photos by Christianne Murengerantwari
FEATURED: Africa Solidarity Fund commits to extending loan guarantees
Minister of ICT and Innovation Paula Ingabire, Cenfri’s Managing Director Doubell Chamberlain, and the Country Director for the Mastercard Foundation, David Rurangirwa pose for a photo at the signing ceremony in Kigali on Wednesday, May 8. Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
Rwanda launches second phase of economic digitalisation programme
Damien Murwanashyaka is the new chief executive officer of UDL. PhotoCourtesy
UDL announces Damien Murwanashyaka as new CEO
Lycée de Kigali (LDK), one of the leading public schools in Rwanda, is set to celebrate its 50th anniversary on June 8. Courtesy
Lycée de Kigali gears up for golden jubilee
Officials pose for a group photo during the launch of the  customer experience hub on Friday, May 4. Courtesy
Digital innovation takes centre stage at MUA Insurance with new customer hub
Sephora Buyoya, a beauty enthusiast during the interview. Courtesy
The growing popularity of false eyelashes in Rwanda
Anastasia Murekeyimana, a Genocide survivor, and Gervain Ntagungira. The two were part of a six-month reconciliation and reintegration programme.
Kwibuka: A Genocide survivor and perpetrator’s story of reconciliation
Workers sort briquettes in Mageragere sector. Minister said that number of jobs created increased from 146,000 in 2014 to 235,332 in 2023, implying a 61 per cent rise within the last decade. Mucyo Willy
Job creation up 60% in last ten years – labour ministry
Officials and participants pose for a group photo after the workshop in Kigali on Friday, April 26. All photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
FEATURED: Untapped potential behind cross border trade
Carol Abade, a member of the board chair at the African Soft Power Summit speaks about the upcoming  Africa Soft Power Summit  in Kigali. 31. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
FEATURED: Africa soft power summit returns to Kigali for third time
Mourners observe a moment of silence to pay respect to victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi
Kwibuka: PSF commemorates businesspeople killed during Genocide
Genocide survivor Alexis Ndayambaje poses for a photo after visiting Rebero Genocide memorial. Courtesy
Why one Genocide survivor rides bicycle to memorials nationwide
Afri-Farmers, which runs an e-commerce platform, is among the few players that operate beyond the capital city. File
How can e-commerce scale beyond Kigali?
A female taxi rider who works at Vuba Vuba Africa, one of the leading e-commerce delivery companies in Rwanda. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
How Rwanda’s e-commerce sector grew in 2023

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