Believing that developing countries need to implement tax reforms in order to develop systems that assist small businesses to grow into bigger companies, the Minister of Finance, Claver Gatete remarked on tax reforms during the Commonwealth Association of Tax Administrators (CATA) technical conference in Kigali.
President Kagame along with Presidents Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda and Salva Kirr of Southern Sudan, President Kagame on Monday held discussions at the Integration Projects Summit in Kigali.
Dr. Anita Asiimwe, State Minister of public health and primary care, has called upon environment health officers of hospitals and health centers to ensure sanitation in their institutions during a workshop held in Kigali on this Friday.
Though Kigali City and the ministry of youth and ict (MYICT), along with the telecom and transport companies, have launched free Wi-Fi for people to enjoy, the majority of citizens are unable to take advantage of free access.
Health Minister Agnes Binagwaho has called on people to make sure they observe personal hygiene and keep their houses clean, saying that these are simple activities that require only water and soap.
The East African Community Secretary General, Dr. Richard Sezibera, has called for the scrapping of work permit fees, saying that this will fast-track regional integration.
Uganda-born singer Joyce Amande is a Rwandan singer, son-writer. A graduate in Sales and Marketing from School of Finance and Banking (SFB), Jynah K grew up singing and was nicknamed JLo (for US singer Jennifer Lopez) because of her love for music.
Our culture is meant to be our defining factor, and yet, so few people demonstrate it.
In order to bring solutions to the problems faced by agriculture especially in rural areas, the ministry of agriculture has organized a competition dubbed “National ICT4Ag hackathon” for young developers.
The regional Rusumo hydroelectric project has been given a major boost as the government and the World Bank (WB) signed a funding deal worth $113.3 million (about 76 billion RwF), which will be injected in the project.