Private Sector Federation chief executive Stephen Ruzibiza (L), chats with the chief executive of Horizon Group, Eugene Haguma, at a workshop to disseminate study findings on the construction of environmental-friendly green homes in Rwanda, a joint...
Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) and the East African Development Bank (EADB) have signed a $15 million (about Rwf11 billion) credit line to support the private sector.
Local governments have called on the central government support in attracting investment in local economic development projects.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has called on governments to ensure that legislation is in place to fight child marriages as well as institute evidence-based, girl-centred investments that empower girls with information, and skills they...
The girls are pretty; they wear cute outfits, smile constantly and give off a warm vibe. In most cases, to be an usher, you have to be young, beautiful and smart, and of course, you can...
Regional horticulture industry players have been challenged to embrace innovative approaches to increase production and satisfy the current market demand.
Rural women coffee farmer co-operatives have been advised to embrace modern business management practices, like planning, bookkeeping and budgeting, to grow their enterprises and make them sustainable.
Rayon Sports new head coach Ivan Jacky Minnaert has hailed his players after winning their first match against Gicumbi FC (1-0) in the ongoing StarTimes-sponsored Christmas Cup.
Rwanda will be looking to bounce back against Somalia in the last group game which will be played in Awassa City, seeking to book a place in the quarter-finals of the ongoing CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup in Ethiopia.
The 3rd edition of the Jazz Junction Party with performances from the Neptunez Band - a local urban Afro fusion outfit is on tonight at Peopleís Club in Kacyiru.
After a long and busy week, itís only fair that you find ways to relieve some of the stress. Are you wondering where to hang out over the weekend? Here are a few suggestions.
The girls are pretty; they wear cute outfits, smile constantly and give off a warm vibe. In most cases, to be an usher, you have to be young, beautiful and smart, and of course, you can relate perfectly well with strangers.
A personís success (not only a manís success) depends on them; on how hard they work in order to achieve whatever theyíre aiming for, true, but the continuity of that success as the person moves forward depends a lot on the support of the people around them and for men;...
As the world celebrated the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women yesterday, it emerged that violence against women continues to be a global problem, despite the efforts to curb it.
The founder of Association of Kigali Women in Sports (AKWOS), Felicite Rwemalika, saw football as a powerful instrument to re-engage and empower girls and women.
Leadership is an ultimate tool for collective progression. It is getting everyone on the path towards a common goal. A leader must feel that they have something to offer or that they can make an existing situation better. These initiatives and vision are the pillars to leadership.
Burundi is sinking. The region must take serious note of the signs. These can come in form of charlatan decisions from Bujumbura that, while many will want to laugh off and think by the morrow Bujumbura would have heaved and corrected the wrong footing, there is a lot at stake.
With a production capacity of approximately 2,000 modular dwelling units per annum. Strawtec offers developers and investors solutions for all typologies, including single family homes and apartments.
Horizon Group: Cactus Green Park, a green and sustainable Resilient Neighbourhood pioneering sustainable solutions for Green Cities in Rwanda
Horizon Group Ltd, in partnership with FONERWA (the Rwandan Governmentís flagship climate change fund) has completed designs for a new Green and Sustainable Neighbourhood in Kinyinya, Gasabo District.
South Africaís political settlement preempted any radical reform of economy, society, and education. The new Schools Act legislation ceded considerable power to school governing bodies to determine language policies and enrollment levels of a school.
Recently, the Global Gender Gap Report (GGGR) ranked Rwanda sixth in closing gender gaps around the world. To arrive at the conclusion, the 2015 report considered economic opportunity, political empowerment, health and education for both men and women.
Breast milk may provide the ideal nourishment for an infant, but two recent studies are putting a different spin on the bottle-versus-breast debate, suggesting it is mothers, and not just babies, who may have much to gain from breast-feeding.
Yesterday the World Awareness Antibiotic week came to an end. The campaign under the theme, ĎAntibiotics: Handle with Careí, aimed at increasing awareness about global antibiotic resistance and encouraging best practices among the general public, health workers and policy makers to avoid further emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance.