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

Ambassador Williams Nkurunziza said Rwanda wants to strengthen bilateral relations with Turkey and asks Ankara to take a more active role in terms of investment in Africa. By Yusuf Selman Inanç

En tant que producteur de coton, le Bénin pourra fournir sa laine aux industries textiles rwandaises. La nation des mille collines, de son côté, aidera le Bénin à numériser son administration en vue de la rendre plus compétitive. Par Ariel Agbaguidi

À 12 ans, il a quitté le Rwanda où il vivait avec sa famille pour fuir le génocide. Aujourd’hui cet autodidacte de 35 ans issu d’une famille hindoue est à la tête d’un empire panafricain dont le chiffre d’affaires est estimé à un milliard de dollars. Par Claire Derville

Rwanda's President Kagame, flanked by Liberia's President Johnson-Sirleaf and Nigeria's former President Obasanjo, attends the Japan International Cooperation Agency High Level Panel as part of the TICAD VI in Nairobi. Photo by T.Mukoya, written by Daniel Moritz-Rabson

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame (left) and Africa Development Bank President Adesina Akinwumi at KICC in Nairobi on the second day of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development. Photo Salaton Njau. By Aggrey Mutambo

The Delegation of the European Union in Zambia is also responsible for managing official relations between the European Union (EU) and the Common Market for East and Southern Africa - COMESA.

The Global African Investment Summit COMESA & Government of Rwanda announces key speakers  featuring multiple influential African heads of state, government ministers, heavyweight business leaders, and elite investors who represent US$200 billion funds under management. By Caroline Njoroge