Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways turns down stake in RwandAir

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways has confirmed it turned down an offer for an equity stake in African carrier RwandAir. On August 10, RwandAir’s CEO, John Mirenge, confirmed he was... Read more »

Kagame Is Laughing All The Way To The Bank

Kigali Convention Centre (KCC) is finally here! Congratulations to all those involved in building it since 2008. It has been a long journey. But like everything else in Kagame’s... Read more »

First Uganda opted for Tanzania pipeline, now Rwanda abandons Kenya SGR rail route, picks Dar es Salaam

KIGALI—Rwanda has announced plans to develop rail links to Indian Ocean ports through Tanzania because they were cheaper and shorter than the route transiting Kenya, says Claver Gatete, Rwanda... Read more »

Africa’s Would-Be Switzerland Shows Economic Clout With WEF

Rwanda chalks up average 7.8% annual growth since 2000 Concern remains over government’s commitment to democracy  More than two decades on from a genocide that claimed 800,000 lives, Rwanda... Read more »

In race to catch up, Rwanda risks property bubbles

Credit-fuelled construction boom transforms capital IMF says rebuilding foreign reserves vital Guilded view of Kagame wearing thin, says diplomat By Ed Cropley KIGALI, May 11 (Reuters) – When property... Read more »

New digital fabrication lab to boost Made-in-Rwanda drive

Made-in-Rwanda, a campaign that was conceptualised to ensure locally produced commodities are given precedence over imports to help narrow trade deficit, is set to receive a huge boost. The... Read more »

Hairdresser with “No job is better than mine” eats good, dreams big

Uwingabire Clementine, 36, of Kiruhura village, Kigali cell of Kigali sector, has been doing hairdressing for some time now, from which she earns enough to fend for her family.... Read more »

With Paul Kagame At The Helm, How Can Rwandans Reconcile?

History is the most important part of Human Development for it defines who we become as a people and also help us prepare for the future challenges. In Rwanda,each... Read more »

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words — A Photo Essay On Family Rule In Rwanda

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words — an English idiom referring to the notion that a complex idea can be conveyed with just a single still... Read more »

At least 17 people have reportedly been killed and dozens wounded after two blasts rocked Brussels’ Zaventem airport.

At least 17 people have reportedly been killed and dozens wounded after two blasts rocked Brussels’ Zaventemairport. Read more »