Rwanda’s government has now taken the role of an enabler, not a competitor, to the private sector by working with it to unearth the country’s full agricultural potential. By Bill Kayonga

“RWANDA / AGRICULTURE /La Banque Rwandaise de Développement (BRD) débloque 100 millions de USD pour faciliter l’accès au crédit pour le secteur agricole”

Rwanda is set to boost its local textile market following the signing of a deal between the Ministry of Trade and Industry and two companies to construct a garment and footwear factory in the Kigali Special Economic Zone, KSEZ. By Bob Koigi

In the rural greenery of East Africa’s land of a thousand hills, Israeli experts are hoping to reinvigorate Rwanda’s farming sector with the forthcoming launch of a government-to-government agricultural collaboration. By Jerusalem Post

On 3 September, the city of Kigali launched a new modern market that will accommodate an estimated 3,200 former street vendors in Nyabugogo, Nyarugenge District. By Elsa Buchanan

I had the opportunity to travel to the central African country of Rwanda to witness the naming ceremony of the new baby gorillas.

Launched in 2014 by the Presidents of Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya, the Single Visa is supposed to make it easier and more financially attractive for tourists to visit the whole region. By Elisha Mayallah

The Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) signed by the Trade ministers of Rwanda and Kenya on Wednesday in Brussels, Belgium will make it easier for Rwandan products to access the EU market, according to the Ministry for Trade and Industry. By James Karuhanga