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LIVE: Inauguration ceremony of Rwanda President Kagame

LIVE: Inauguration ceremony of Rwanda President Kagame Kigali, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Rwanda’s President-elect Paul Kagame will be sworn in for another seven-year term in office today at a ceremony that will be attended by Ugandan and Kenyan leaders Yoweri Museveni and Uhuru Kenyatta. The ceremony will take place …

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Why Kagame won 99%

Why Kagame won 99%  | How Rwandans reacted to the west’s war against the symbol of their nation’s success Kigali, Rwanda | ANALYSIS | ANDREW M. MWENDA  |  Last week, Paul Kagame won presidential elections in Rwanda by 98.6%. Historically, such margins have only been won in countries like Saddam …

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Kagame set to win Rwanda election by around 98%

  Kagame set to win Rwanda election by around 98%: partial results Kigali, Rwanda | AFP | Rwanda President Paul Kagame is set to win a third term in office with a landslide of around 98 percent of votes, according to partial results released by the electoral commission Saturday. With …

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Rwanda budget boosts manufacturers

  Rwanda Budget scraps tax on imported textile machinery, tannery equipment Kigali, Rwanda | IVAN NGOBOKA|  In a bid to boost domestic manufacturing, the government of Rwanda has scrapped tax on imported textile machinery and tannery equipment. The announcement was made during the presentation of  the 2017/18 Budget before Parliament on …

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Bank of Kigali seeks foreign listing

Nairobi, Johannesburg, London under consideration After a 5-year wait, Bank of Kigali appears set for another big move; this time a listing on one of the top bourses either regional, continentally or globally. If the deal goes through, it will make the bank the first company out of Kigali to …

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RWANDA: Party of business

The Rwandan Patriotic Front’s business empire RWANDA has a reputation for enterprise. Its government has largely stamped out small-scale corruption and trimmed regulations, making the country the second-best place in Africa to do business, according to the World Bank’s widely-followed ranking. But the dominant political party, the Rwandan Patriotic Front …

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