Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, James Musoni, and the managing director of the Libyan telecommunications company Lap Green, Abdulbaset Elazzabi, last Thursday signed the contract for the sale by the Government of 80% of the shares in Rwandatel. Lap Green has offered Us$ 100 million for the stake in the national telephone company.
Drug and alcohol abuse is a problem in our society, as it is not uncommon to see a group of youth gathered in any of the city suburbs smoking and drinking, regardless of the time of the day.
“There are so many stories in Rwanda and these stories need to be told,” says Pierre Kayitana, the coordinator of Operations at the Rwanda Cinema Center, which is organizing the fourth edition of the Film on Youth by Youth film training from November 17 to December 15.
Since 2004, ORTPN (Rwanda Office of Tourism and National Parks) has been giving back a portion of tourism revenue to communities near national parks in form of development projects. This practice is known as Revenue Sharing (RS).
A three day workshop on plant products was held from October 24 to create a platform for researchers, business people and students to exchange scientific knowledge, experience and experimental expertise on plant products.
Members of the taxi drivers association Atraco are crying foul of the injustices suffered at the hands of their own organization which, according to them, is imposing unnecessary and excessive fines. The members in question are the drivers of taxis that work within the city.
After one year in business, Internet Service Provider Africa (ISPA), is dedicated to continue providing the best internet service in the country. The company has already taken huge steps in committing itself towards the provision of the best services towards its clients. Focus had an interview with the ISPA’s director Peter Maridadi on how his [...]
A stream in the middle of Ruhengeri town (Musanze District) and its associated marsh land has been critically assaulted by human activity.
Atraco and the association of cab drivers in Nyabugogo (Atavonya), had a row over the taxi park which is just outside the flat on the outer side of the Nyabugogo taxi park, where both associations have been fighting to control the parking space at the two storey building close to the main Nyabugogo taxi park.
Bird watching is the fastest growing aspect of tourism, and the bird watchers are often the richest and most philanthropic tourists. The bird watching tourists normally come in groups, and they spend the longest time (not less than eight days) which means more money for the host country.