Friday Aug 15
Uganda: Sex Workers Demand Female Condoms
Female sex workers in Lyantonde town say they need access to female condoms to protect themselves from HIV.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
CAR religious learn from Rwanda
Religious leaders from the conflict torn Central African Republic have made a commitment to steer up a process of reconciliation in their country using the lessons learnt from Rwanda's model of reconciliation The President of the Central African religions, Rev.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Rwanda: 2017 Expo to Be Held At Kagarama
Francois Kanimba, Minister of Trade and Industry, last week at the official launch of this year's ongoing International Trade Fair at Gikondo Expo Ground, said that the 2017 Expo will be held at Kagarama sector in Kicukiro district, where a standard Expo Ground would be built to attract a greater number of exhibitors.
CAR religious root for peace efforts
Religious leaders from the Central African Republic have decided to learn from the example of Rwanda to contribute to efforts of restoring peace in their country which has been torn apart by religious based divisions.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
The African Dream
The dream that the twenty-first century will be the "African Century" is powerful and intoxicating.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Rwanda: 17th Expo Limits Number of Foreign Exhibitors
Unlike the previous trade fairs, the, 17th Rwanda International Trade Fair limited the number of foreign exhibitors allowed, due to a decrease in space, from 108 foreign exhibitors last year to 78 this year.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
East Africa: New EAC Affairs Minister Looks to Help Fast-Track Integration Projects
Regional integration projects need to be fast- tracked to benefit East African citizens, the new minister for East African Community affairs has said.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Rwanda businesswoman studies Raleigh's fair-trade shops
Sharon Gale of Unique Batik in Raleigh with Monica Umwari, owner of Angaza, a Rwandan handbag company that uses recycled materials.
Global fund audit: Rwanda urged to adopt modern database systems
A Global fund audit team has commended Rwanda for its accountability on funds but recommended the need to adopt data base entry and possibly do this by acquiring up-to-date systems unlike the manual ones used in the health system today.
Rwanda: Police to Order Public Buses to Fit Speed Governors
In a bid to curb road accidents, the Police - pending ministerial instructions - have issued a directive requiring public transport buses and heavy trucks to install speed governors.