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YEGO Moto: Rwandans to pay taxi moto by distance traveled
Not later than 2018 over 70 000 motorcyclists operating in Rwanda will be equipped with monitoring technologies that will allow passengers to pay the amount
Mountain Gorilla silverback GIRANEZA dies
The Diane Fossey Fund announced this Friday saddened by the death of Mountain gorilla silverback Giraneza following an undisclosed illness. Giraneza was family chief and
The Network of Protected Areas of Central Africa (RAPAC): Regaining Momentum!
Measures to reform RAPAC have started to yield results in repositioning RAPAC as the institution regionally legitimate and credible to support Central Africa’s protected areas.
Man fined Tsh7m or three years in jailfor insulting Magufuli on Facebook
An Arusha court convicted Issac Abakuki on Wednesday after he admitted committing the offence. A 40-year-old Tanzanian man has been sentenced to three years in
IMF approves US$204 Million Stand-by Credit for Rwanda
On June 8, 2016, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) completed the fifth review of Rwanda’s economic performance under the program supported
Rwanda denies intention to exit Northern Corridor railway project
Rwandan Government denies any intention to exit a three year old Kenya-Uganda-Rwanda Railway project. In 2013, the Northern Corridor countries (Rwanda Uganda and Kenya) agreed
Airtel Rwanda celebrates Women’s Day empowering its women staff members
Kigali, Rwanda. March, 2016 – Airtel Rwanda today celebrated Women’s Day and hosted Access Bank officials, to talk to Airtel women staff about the W
President Kagame attends 17th EAC Heads of State Summit
Arusha, 2 March 2016 – Today in Tanzania, President Kagame attended the 17th East African Community (EAC) Heads of State Summit where leaders from five
Airtel’s Ni Ikirengaaa changes the fortunes of a casual laborer and an unemployed youth
Kigali, Rwanda. January, 2016 – The ongoing Airtel Ni Ikirengaaa promotion continues to change the lives of Rwandans with the latest winners being an unemployed
Japan in Rwanda….what is the gain?
In recent years Rwandans have been seeing more Japanese coming into Rwanda, opening restaurants in Kigali, seen Japanese volunteers in rural areas teaching hygiene practices