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PM Ngirente Challenges INTERPOL on Curbing Illicit Financial Flows

PM Ngirente Challenges INTERPOL on Curbing Illicit Financial Flows

Rwanda’s Prime Minister Dr. Edourd Ngirente has called upon the International Police body (Interpol) to intervene in curbing Illicit Financial flows which continue to eat up Africa. While Africa…

UGHE Rules out High Tuition Fears

UGHE Rules out High Tuition Fears

‏The vice chancellor of the recently inaugurated University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) has assured bright, but financially challenged students that they can still be admitted to the University. UGHE…

Cut from the Same Cloth: Rwanda Patriotic Front and Sweden’s Social Democratic Party

Cut from the Same Cloth: Rwanda Patriotic Front and Sweden’s Social Democratic Party

Rwanda has been dubbed the “Switzerland of Africa” but, judging from an interview in Sunday’s broadcast of KTRadio’s ‘Rwanda Beyond The Headlines’, Sweden may be a…

Paul Farmer’s Dream of University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda Realised

Paul Farmer’s Dream of University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda Realised

Tomorrow, January 25, all roads will lead to Rural Burera district in Rwanda’s Northern Province for the inauguration of the first ever University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) built…

Kagame Joins World Leaders in Davos to Discuss 4th Industrial Revolution

Kagame Joins World Leaders in Davos to Discuss 4th Industrial Revolution

President Kagame has joined 65 world leaders, top global executives in Davos, Switzerland for this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. The 2019 World Economic Forum brings over 3000…

Minister Sezibera Calls for Reinforced EU-AU to Tackle Security Threats

Minister Sezibera Calls for Reinforced EU-AU to Tackle Security Threats

Rwanda’s Foreign Affairs Minister and International Cooperation, Dr. Richard Sezibera, says both Europe and Africa grapples with multiple threats to its security – and called for cooperation to contain them…

Bye Bye Judge Theodor Meron

Bye Bye Judge Theodor Meron

Today – January 18, 2019 marks the last day in office for the American Judge Theodor Meron 88, President of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. The mechanism is a…

TRIBERT RUJUGIRO: How a Businessman is Fleecing African Countries of Taxes

TRIBERT RUJUGIRO: How a Businessman is Fleecing African Countries of Taxes

To the unsuspecting individual, Tribert Rujugiro Ayabatwa, is a businessman with interests in the Tobacco industry in various countries.  However, over the last few years, allegations of shoddy deals have…

Rwanda’s Kinazi Cassava Plant Targets Three Key U.S. Markets

Rwanda’s Kinazi Cassava Plant Targets Three Key U.S. Markets

Kinazi Cassava Plant – a local processing factory has announced plans to target a market in three key U.S. States; California, Colorado and Oregon as it hunts big consumers. The…

Kagame Expected in Addis Ababa for High Level Meeting on DR Congo

Kagame Expected in Addis Ababa for High Level Meeting on DR Congo

President Paul Kagame who doubles as the current chairperson of the African Union is expected in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa on Thursday, January 17, 2019, where he will chair…

Rwanda, Equatorial Guinea Sign Tourism, Airspace Agreements

Rwanda, Equatorial Guinea Sign Tourism, Airspace Agreements

Signing agreements between Rwanda and Equatorial Guinea Rwanda and Equatorial Guinea have signed four cooperation agreements which are expected to strengthen bilateral relationship between the two countries. The signing was…

Africa’s Single Market to Come into Force In July 2019

Africa’s Single Market to Come into Force In July 2019

Celebrations are expected to fill up Niamey – the capital city of Niger to officially bring the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) into force, a historic milestone. In March this…