President Kagame ha co-chaired a meeting of the broadband commission in New York, which was taking place for the sixth time. He shared with the commissioners his thoughts on the importance of broadband in the social and economic development globally, and in developing countries in particular.
“No cause for worry,” says BNR;
Inside a busy warehouse in Kigali, a marketing manager of manufacturing company is adding, subtracting and multiplying figures using a computer and a Casio calculator simultaneously.
The Minister of Planning and Finance, John Rwangombwa, has warned leaders that they should not force people to contribute to the Agaciro Development Fund (AgDF).
Rwanda remains a safe haven for fake phones despite neighbors Kenya and Uganda announcing a war to eliminate them from the market largely because of their negative market impact and the threat they pose on human lives.
A mistake by a junior official at the Rwanda Education Board (REB) to fiddle with contracts of English language mentors has resulted into massive confusion.
MTN-Rwanda has said network upgrades are a continuous process and despite having deployed the first GSM networks in the country over a decade ago, they will continue upgrading to the latest available technologies to effectively serve the growing subscriber base.
The Rwanda Focus’ news editor, Caesar Abangirah, talked to Alain Mukuralinda, the spokesman of the NPPA.
While the UN’s 2012 status report on millennium Development Goals (MDGs) indicates possible early achievements before 2015 deadline, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon warns that it’s not time to celebrate.
The democracy and peace week, which started on September 14, ended on Friday September 21, with celebrations to mark Peace Day. During the week, celebrated under the theme “Dialogue & inclusiveness: central to democracy and sustainable peace,” a series of activities, discussions, conferences, and the peace walk were carried out in order to promote democracy and peace.
“It should be our pride to live in a dignified country. We must continually tell the story of our country, because if we don’t, someone else will do it the wrong way.” That was the rallying call from President Paul Kagame while addressing thousands of Rwanda gathered at Rwanda Day in Boston, USA.