Being also a youth program coordinator with PSI, Mc Monday is an artist with a message. Yet not only about Aids, but also about Rwanda’s music industry. “It is not yet time to sell music, first we have to create the market.” MC Monday: “I would like to tell them (artists) to stop going from [...]
Radio station Contact FM on Saturday launched the “Break the silence” campaign, aimed at raising awareness about the sexual violence against women and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Aids Treatment and Research Center (TRAC) has, with its website TRACnet, scooped the first prize at the 9th annual African ICT Achievers Awards which were presented in Johannesburg, South Africa on November 17. At the same time, President Kagame was rewarded for his dedication to ICT.
Last Saturday, the president of Dubai World, Sultan Ahmad Bin Sulayem and a team of experts came on a visit to Rwanda to assess the investment opportunities in the context of the MoU signed between the company and the government.
Last Saturday, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, chairman of the Dubai World, was on a one-day visit to Rwanda. His company has pledged to invest US$ 230 million in the tourism sector.
The Rwandans were determined to put to maximum use their invitation to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), and the meeting of business leaders and captains of industry – the Commonwealth Business Forum – that immediately preceded Chogm.
The 16 United Nations agencies working in Rwanda together with the government have signed One UN program, a pilot program that will integrate several UN reforms with Rwanda’s reform.
The negotiations between the African and Caribbean countries (ACP) and the European Union ended last week with representative of the farmers associations from eastern and southern Africa opposing strongly against the idea of signing of the economic partnership agreements, (EPAs).
For the past two years there has been a spate of inside thefts in almost every financial institution in the country. While banks are desperately looking for ways to curb the problem, as efforts to put an end to it by the authorities have met with mixed success.
The case between the editors of Umuseso and Rwanda Newsline, Charles Kabonero and Didas Gasana, and Rwandan investor Tribert Rujugiro has been postponed to January 29. Both Charles Kabonero and Didas Gasana are accused by Tilbert Rujugiro of malice and defamation.