RwandAir announced that effective 30th September 2017, it will commence three weekly operations to Conakry, Bamako and Dakar from its new hub in Cotonou. Source: RwandAir

Under the auspices of the gender ministry, Uganda is set to host the third edition of Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki Utamaduni Festival (JAMAFEST). Each EAC partner state is expected to send “on average, 200 participants". By Moses Walubiri

Le fournisseur de services Internet de gros, Korea Telecom Rwanda Networks (KTRN), a signé un contrat de fourniture d’une solution de connectivité Internet à très haut débit à l’opérateur télécom thaïlandais Advanced Info Service (AIS), et à la société de télécommunication publique Botswana Fiber Networks (BoFiNet). Par Agence Ecofin

“We realised that there is no need for Rwanda to join SADC. The current debate is to merge EAC, SADC and COMESA into one tripartite trade area,” said Minister Francois Kanimba. By Njirani Muchra

L’ Accord de partenariat économique vendu comme la solution miracle qui devait entraîner l’industrialisation et le développement des pays ACP, est en réalité une grande injustice et relève d’un procédé colonial. Par Grain

Rwanda's Ambassador to China Lt. Gen. Charles Kayonga has praised the Belt and Road Initiative as a platform for Africa to grow with the rest of the world. By Richard Ruhimbana

The government in Rwanda has signed a multimillion dollar deal with a Nigerian investor to revamp and develop the country’s potato industry and help make this country a key producer and exporter of potato products. By PatatoBusiness

RwandAir, the national carrier of the republic of Rwanda, announced that effective 30th September 2017, it will commence three weekly operations to Conakry, Bamako and Dakar from its new hub in Cotonou. By RNA