In the past, the ministry of agriculture found it a challenge to monitor the price level of various commodities. The whole process was conducted manually with employees going around the country gathering prices on the markets that would ultimately be published in newspapers.
When his second parent passed away in 2000, Pacifique Mahirwe became an orphan at the age of 13. But when his aunt, who had taken him under her wings, also died shortly afterwards, his world crumbled around him. “My life was shattered, I hated myself and I hated this mischievous world,” he says.
The Rwanda Utilities and Regulatory Agency (RURA), the National ID Agency (NIDA), the ministry of youth and ICT and telecom companies yesterday officially launched the SIM card registration (SCR).
The Rwanda Focus had an exclusive interview with Tigo Rwanda’s top officials about where the second largest mobile operator in the country is heading in the future. In future issues, we will also look at the two other mobile providers, MTN and Airtel.
Painted portraits of her father and mother hang side by side on the wall of her living room, with a self-portrait on another wall. There’s also a big painting of a smiling King James.
MTN Rwanda, the country’s leading mobile network operator, has on this Tuesday launched a portable solar energy system called the Comeka ReadySet, that is designed to have a significant impact on the lives of Rwandans living off-grid or without regular access to electricity.
The ministry of youth and ICT on Friday released the first ever ICT Sector Profile which shows how the sector has been performing in the past year. “Our intention is to make it an annual report that will be much more important, much bigger and much comprehensive. We want to make it a national report,” said Minister Jean-Philbert Nsengimana.
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) last week announced the 8th edition of the Pan-African Dance Festival (or Fespad, in its French acronym) – a biennial cultural event that has been taking place in the country for more than a decade –scheduled to take place in Rwanda from February 23 until March 2 under the theme “The Spirit of Expression.”
If you’ve come across a song by the artist Jean-Luc on YouTube, you might have though he is an African-American artist – his video clips can’t be distinguished from those of other American RnB artists, with professionally recorded sound, perfect lighting, and of course sexy women. He has the accent, too.
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has on this Wednesday announced the 8th edition of the Pan-African Dance Festival (or Fespad, in its French acronym) – a cultural event that has been happening in Rwanda for more than a decade – that’s scheduled to take place in Rwanda from February 23 through March 2, 2013 under the theme “The Spirit of Expression.”