Le Fablab du Rwanda a été inauguré en présence de Tony Blair, l’ex-Premier ministre britannique, en mai 2016,  grâce à l’action conjointe du Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), du Rwanda Development Board, de l’Agence japonaise de coopération internationale et du ministère de l’Education du Rwanda. Makery

Rwanda is one of the few nations bridging the gap between foreign investors and Africa, as increasingly positive actions are taken in the continent, economic myths will continue to be debunked. By Afrika54news

Rwanda’s current investment climate comes under the scrutiny of Bank of Kigali’s CEO, Dr Diane Ngendo Karusisi, who points out that foreign investors coming in is the fastest way for the country to grow its economy and realize its development ambitions. 

The Gishoma peat plant is currently generating 10MW, which are supplied directly to Cimerwa, Rwanda’s cement maker that has been relying on expensive fuel oil to run the plant keeping locally produced cement expensive. By Kabona Esiara

Oliver Cann graduated from University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom in 1996 with a BA (Hons) in Government and European Union Studies. From 1998 to 2006, he was partner and co-owner, Thompson Stanley Publications, United Kingdom. In 2006 to 2008, he was head of Business Media, Press Association, United Kingdom. From 2008 to 2012, he was Head of Media Relations, Aspect Consulting, Brussels, Belgium, before joining the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2012. Cann, who is the spokesperson and Head of Media Content for WEF granted DOLAPO AINA an interview during the World Economic Forum Africa in Rwanda.

Once again, a great news from Kigali for all the wellness lovers! Carlson Rezidor has opened a Radisson Blu hotel in Kigali (Rwanda) that features a spa operated by Amani. As an exclusivity: a Rasul Signature Treatment. It seems that Central Africa acquires its pedigree in the spa world industry! By Panafrican Beauty

'If only we would collectively rise to mankind’s greatest challenge to restore what we unjustly borrowed in the name of civilization, the world would become a better place'. That was Sir David Attenborough’s key message as he chatted with a small group of distinguished guests at the Rwanda High Commission yesterday. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome

Governor of BNR, John Rwangombwa looks at why investors are increasingly keen to be involved in the country, highlighting not only the leaps and bounds it, but also its massive potential to grow any kind of investment.