Rwanda’s only golf facility, the Kigali Golf Club, is the youngest in the East African region, and one of the youngest in the world. Established 30 years ago, it is still work in progress in all aspects of the word. By Clinton McDubus

The new A&K office in Kigali has been taking bookings for gorilla tracking and Rwandan safaris for the past few months and will be hosting its first guests in February 2018. By Janeen Christoff

Rwanda Renaissance, an organisation mandated to promote trade, tourism and investments between India and Rwanda, for this year, will focus on MICE and Religious Tourism. By TBM

In 1994, after genocide, Rwanda’s economy was completely destroyed. Two decades lter, Rwanda is not only a success story in Africa, but a perfect example for other war-ravaged countries globally to borrow a leaf from. By Nelly Gachanja

This secret treasure is to be found in the heart of the Volcanoes National Park in Kinigi. That means Rwanda makes about Sh14.4 million every morning from Mountain Gorilla tourism alone. By Ng'Ang'a Mbugua

More than 20 years after the horrific genocide in Rwanda, Kigali is emerging as a proud city, known for its progressive start-ups, energetic art scene and great dining and coffee. By Debra Kamin, NYT

The US State Department announced Wednesday that Rwanda is given a level-one rating under which US citizens are advised to “exercise normal precautions.” It is the only EAC country to be granted level-one rating.

A census of mountain gorillas due in March will likely show numbers have risen this decade, experts said during a ceremony to mark Rwanda's expansion of its Volcano National Park. By Clement Uwiringiyimana