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RWANDA: Remembering victims of the 1994 genocide

In remembering victims of the1994 genocide against Tutsi, RSSB promises survivors to never be alone Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | We will continue to support families of the former Social Security Fund of Rwanda (Caisse Sociale du Rwanda –CSR) employees who perished in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi”, Jonathan …

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Rwanda outlines FY 2018/19 goals

All eyes on Made-in-Rwanda Kampala, Uganda | STEPHEN NUWAGIRA | The Rwanda government is looking to Made-in-Rwanda initiative, improving infrastructure and creation of more jobs to transform the country into a high income economy to ensure high standards of living for citizens. That is the vision the nation’s budget framework paper …

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Rwanda prepare to host 2018 CECAFA women’s challenge cup

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Rwanda are preparing to host the 2018 Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) Women’s Challenge Cup slated for May 12-22th at the Stade de Kigali. Bonnie Mugabe, the spokesperson and head of Communication at the Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) told URN on …

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New regulations for Rwanda forex

Sector gets new information reporting and monitoring system kampala, Uganda | STEPHEN NUWAGIRA | Forex bureau operators have until June to sign on to the new Rwanda Forex Bureau Association Information System (RFBAIS), according to their chairperson, Zephania Muhigi. The new system is in line with the government’s push for adoption …

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RWANDA: Walk to remember

`Small idea’ by high school students has become global anti-genocide movement Kampala, Uganda | STEPHEN NUWAGIRA & FRANCIS BYARUHANGA | A sea of dark mass captures my attention as I head towardsthe Rwandan Parliament on this cloudy Saturday evening. It’s a mass of people clad mostly in black or dark …

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RWANDA: Electricity changes lives

Rwanda has implemented one of the most comprehensive electrification programmes in the world Kampala, Uganda | JÖRG PETERS | More than 1.1 billion people in developing countries lack access to electricity. Some 590 million live in Africa, where the rural electrification rate is particularly low at only 14%. A lack of access to …

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