How Rwanda is emerging as a key tech and investment hub with its ease of doing business.
Rwanda has received funding that will enable construction of feeder roads using Do-nou Technology, an ancient Japanese technique that requires only bags, soil and gravel.
Bharti Airtel, a leading global telecommunications services provider with operations in 16 countries across Asia and Africa, has announced that it has received approval from the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) for the acquisition of Tigo Rwanda Limited, a subsidiary of Millicom International Cellular S.A.
The first Made-in-Rwanda car by German carmaker Volkswagen could hit the roads in May this year, according to the firm’s officials.
RwandAir has announced that from 30th September, it will commence three weekly operations to Conakry (Guinea), Bamako (Mali) and Dakar (Senegal) from its new hub in Cotonou (Benin).
President Paul Kagame on Wednesday laid the foundation stone for Bugesera International Airport at Rilima in Bugesera District.
RwandAir has been granted the seventh freedom rights by the government of Benin, meaning it is allowed to base operations there and operate Benin and a third country without returning to Rwanda.
Dentons and Eversheds Sutherland have further established their own infrastructure credentials in the continent, this time by working on opposite sides to a vital new development in Rwanda, one of East Africa’s growing economies.
The government and the World Bank have signed a $120 million budget support agreement to improve quality market-relevant skills in selected economic sectors.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has pledged more support to Rwanda’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector as the country moves toward a digital economy.