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In 2016 the World Flocked to Rwanda to Decide Future

In 2016 the World Flocked to Rwanda to Decide Future

  Rwanda has received important meetings, hosting important people like never before. It makes sense because the country was also ready than ever before. The meetings were interchanged with unique…

2016: 15 Years of Engaging, Educating, Empowering Communities with Imbuto Foundation

2016: 15 Years of Engaging, Educating, Empowering Communities with Imbuto Foundation

This year, Imbuto Foundation marked its 15th anniversary. For over a decade, the foundation has supported and empowered thousands of vulnerable Rwandan communities through health, education, youth and economic empowerment…

2016 – Thousands of Kids Out of School, Hundreds of Officials in Trouble

2016 – Thousands of Kids Out of School, Hundreds of Officials in Trouble

$1.4m for Girinka While Rwandans celebrated festive seasons with new resolutions for 2017, some, mostly the needy, kept praising Rwanda Private Sector Federation (PSF). On December 5, members of…

2016: 48 New Mining Licences Despite Falling Global Prices, Cable Car On Course

2016: 48 New Mining Licences Despite Falling Global Prices, Cable Car On Course

2016 will be memorable in Rwandan investment sector for it has been a year that saw groundbreaking and inauguration of landmark infrastructures after years of stalling. At some point, the…

2016 – Challenging The Rulebook

2016 – Challenging The Rulebook

Extraditions Rwanda’s Justice Sector had an extra-ordinary year 2016. One of the most memorable events is twin of extradition. For the first time, Rwanda received twin extradition cases…

2016 – A Revolutionary Year in the Energy Sector

2016 – A Revolutionary Year in the Energy Sector

The year 2016 was ground breaking for Rwanda’s energy sector. KT Press reviews major deals that shaped the year to enable Rwanda to glimpse into producing 563MW of electricity…