I’m an avid Gmail addict who has also fallen in love with everything that’s Google. My friend sent me a Gmail invitation just a few days after April Fools’ Day – the day Gmail was launched back in 2004 and I instantly stuck to it ever since. I also like Gmail because of its security and intuitive user experience.
Jack Nkusi Kayonga, the chief executive officer of Rwanda Development Bank (BRD), is Africa’s Young Business Leader of the year.
South Africa’s envoy to Rwanda, George Twala, is a business-minded diplomat. Only days on his new assignment, he has launched the South Africa-Rwanda business forum to boost trade.
by Dr Pierre Damien Habumuremyi, Prime Minister
The World Bank’s 2013 Doing Business Report was released last week. As expected, those countries that invested time and resources to continuously improve the local environment so that the private sector can thrive have seen their efforts pay off.
Serena Hotel Kigali staff on Saturday joined residents in Bwiza cell, Ndera sector (Gasabo) in umuganda to plant about 11,000 trees on 10 hectares. According to Charles Muia, the general manager of Serena Hotels, this is the first phase of an annual environmental program in which the hotel targets to plant 20,000 trees every year.
Microsoft officially launched Windows 8 Thursday at an event in New York City. Available at 12:01 a.m. local time Friday, the operating system is a complete reimagining of the Windows OS and sports an entirely different look than its predecessor.
Bharti Airtel a leading telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, including Rwanda yesterday celebrated its 60 millionth customer in Africa. Airtel, which recently moved up one notch in global rankings to become the fourth largest mobile operator in the world in terms of subscribers, added 10 million customers across its operations in 17 African countries in less than 12 months of having crossed 50 million subscribers.
South Africa’s new envoy to Rwanda, George Twala yesterday launched the South Africa-Rwanda business roundtable, which will serve as forum to promote trade initiatives between the two economies.
It was all ululations and smiles on the faces of students of College Sainte Marie Kibuye, when the tape was finally cut to launch their newly acquired computer room, fully equipped with 36 computers complete with Internet.