How Rwanda is emerging as a key tech and investment hub with its ease of doing business.
The year 2018 will go down as one of the years when Rwanda registered incredible milestones both nationally, in the region, continent and globally. Sunday Times’ James Karuhanga looks back at the biggest stories of the year and how they impacted the country.
KIGALI, Rwanda – Forty-four African countries have signed an agreement establishing a free trade area seen as vital to the continent's economic development, the head of the African Union said Wednesday, March 21.
Rwanda’s economic growth exceeded the previously projected 5.2 percent and grew 6.1 percent last year, a positive performance that was mostly driven by fourth-quarter growth.
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.
RWANDA has for the first time been ranked the second best cycling nation on the continent by the International Cycling Union (UCI) behind powerhouse Eritrea, according to the latest ranking released by the world cycling governing the body.
Television superstar Ellen DeGeneres has received a stunning 60th birthday surprise from her wife, actress Portia de Rossi – an incredibly generous gift to help build a permanent home in Rwanda for our work to protect critically endangered mountain gorillas.
After winning the first Continental cycling trophy- La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Champion cyclist Areruya Joseph has been selected to represent Rwanda at the upcoming Coupe des Nations UCI U23 series ‘Tour de l’Espoir’.
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.