The Rwanda Education Board (REB) is holding a series of eight town hall meetings, due to end in November. The meetings are to reinforce synergy among REB, vice mayors of social affairs, district and sector education officers, and head teachers as well as to reinvigorate efforts to implement policies and programs.
MTN Group president and CEO Sifiso Dabengwa has announced the appointment of a new CEO for MTN Rwanda, with Ebenezer Asante taking over from Khaled Mikkawi.
Millicom International Cellular (Millicom) has announced the appointment of Tongai Maramba as its new General Manager (GM) in Rwanda. He will take up the role on October 7 when he will replace Diego Camberos who will move to Dakar as the new GM for Senegal.
The European Investment Bank on Tuesday signed an agreement with the partner banks KCB Rwanda and DFCU in Uganda, under which it will make available a total of €11 million to provide credit to entrepreneurs and small-holder farmers.
The board of Skol Brewery Limited has announced the appointment of Philip Mibenge as the new General Manager of the company.
Land is a very important factor of production in any country and as such good policies and plans are required for its management to achieve its full potential. Dr Emmanuel Nkurunziza, the Director General of the Rwanda National Resources Authority (RNRA) says land registration is very critical in Doing Business as it gives land […]
The government will on Friday officially launch the second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS-2).
Thousands of friends and families on Saturday paid their last respects to Late Linah Keza, the Rwandan model who was murdered in the UK, at Kigali cemetery in Rusororo.
More rumors have continued to spread about the relationship between producer Clement Ishimwe and Rwanda’s diva Knowless Butera, but it looks like the duo, who seem very closer, have refused to say watsup!
The Rwanda Education Board (REB) and partners have recently held an ICT training in Nyamata, Bugesera for senior mentors. Each of the 60 mentors, part of the school-based mentoring (sbm) program, received netbooks and projectors, provided by the USAID-funded Literacy, Language, and Learning (L3) Initiative, as well as internet modems.