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Rwanda braces for first IPO

By Kelvin Odoobo Rwanda’s fledging stock market is set for a major boost as government prepares to list 25% of its 30% stake in the national brewer BRALIRWA. According to the operations manager of Capital Markets Advisory Council (CMAC), Celestin Rwabukumba, the process of issuing an initial public offer (IPO) …

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Rwanda means business

By Kabona Esiara Rwanda ranked best business destination, Best world reformer The Doing Business 2010 report by the World Bank Group has ranked Rwanda the top reformer in the world for passing seven reforms encouraging domestic and foreign investments. The reforms create a better legal framework, streamline procedures, reduce bureaucracy, …

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Kagame is Rwanda’s Gramci

By The Independent Team What better way to appreciate President Kagame for his new role as Rwanda’s Antonio Gramci. Antonio coined the term organic intellectual to refer to a people who realise they have a problem and fight to overcome them. He further argued that solutions to problems lie within …

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Rwanda fights poor customer care

By Magnus Mazimpaka More than 80% of customers in Rwanda lack alternative services and are forced to shop or visit the same businesses no matter how their services are. The Rwanda Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR) released a report last month revealing the status of customer service delivery …

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Advisor Tony Blair returns to Rwanda

By Magnus Mazimpaka On May 10, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his team had a luncheon with President Paul Kagame at state house in Kigali. Later, at a joint press briefing on Blair’s third visit to Rwanda, President Kagame told journalists that he was happy to have ”ur …

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