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EU Signs Rwanda €177m For Electricity Roll-out

EU Signs Rwanda €177m For Electricity Roll-out

Rwanda is getting closer to achieving its energy accessibility target of 70% by 2018. The European Union and government of Rwanda have this Tuesday signed a financing agreement worth €177…

Rwanda Inks Deal to Export Engineers to Japan

Rwanda Inks Deal to Export Engineers to Japan

Kobe city in Japan has started recruiting over 1000 ICT engineers from Rwanda under a deal that could help Rwanda cut down unemployment challenges. The joint deal, “Partnership toward creating…

With New Tax Policy, Rwandans Digging Deep For Cars

With New Tax Policy, Rwandans Digging Deep For Cars

Effective April 21, Rwandans begun digging deeper into their pockets to own an imported secondhand vehicle. Rwanda has began implementing the East African Community(EAC) Depreciation schedule through a Free…

Cimerwa Chocking On Competition Despite Injecting Millions

Cimerwa Chocking On Competition Despite Injecting Millions

Rwanda continues to become a regional hot spot for cement producers despite Cimerwa, the local cement producer, having injected $140 million six months ago to meet local demand and generate…

American Firm Turns Kigali’s Dirty Water Into Its Finest

American Firm Turns Kigali’s Dirty Water Into Its Finest

Rwanda’s Capital City, Kigali will have 100% access to clean water by January 2017, according to Infrastructure Minister James Musoni. Minister Musoni made the revelation earlier in the…

Rwanda To Fix Guinea’s Dead Airline

Rwanda To Fix Guinea’s Dead Airline

Guinée is considering to send its transport experts to get trained in Rwanda and later help revive its ailing transport sector. The West African nation believes Rwanda’s…

Rwanda anti-corruption stance spreads to EAC counterparts

Rwanda anti-corruption stance spreads to EAC counterparts

Leaders of the previously five-nation regional grouping have put in place new rules under which private companies could be sanctioned if they are involved in corruption. The 17th leaders…

Poultry Farmer To Save Rwanda From Importing Eggs

Poultry Farmer To Save Rwanda From Importing Eggs

A local poultry farm, Abusol Ltd Rwanda, could soon put to and end the massive importation of eggs. The firm, sitting on a 14-hectare land with its own animal…

Kagame Tells Energy Investors, Put Money In Africa

Kagame Tells Energy Investors, Put Money In Africa

Africa is the ideal destination for energy investments, President Paul Kagame told global investors at the ongoing world’s most prestigious annual gathering that offers an insight into the…

Great Lakes Region Meets In DRC To Woo Global Investors

Great Lakes Region Meets In DRC To Woo Global Investors

Leading regional business representatives have gathered in DRC’s capital Kinshasa to share their first hand experiences at a Private Sector Investment Conference. The Great Lakes Region considered among…

Canadian Stevia Company May Have Conned  Rwandan Farmers

Canadian Stevia Company May Have Conned  Rwandan Farmers

Farmers in Burera district are raising dust after a Canadian company promised to use their land to grow Stevia, a sweetener for soft drinks by Coca Cola, and earn more…

RRA Tightens Noose To Collect Rwf500B, But Evaders Have Plan B

RRA Tightens Noose To Collect Rwf500B, But Evaders Have Plan B

Despite an increase in taxes collected by Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA), it has appeared that some tax payers are learning and investing in techniques to evade taxes. RRA announced today…