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  • Top 10 Reasons to invest in Rwanda



    1. Zero tolerance for corruption 2. A vibrant and growing economy 3. A political stable environment 4. A good mixture of business and leisure 5. An open and competitive market 6. A good and growing Information Technology 7. Kigali Free Trade Zone 8. Good investments opportunities 9. A beautiful culture 10. Part of the East…

  • Gorilla Trekking in Rwandan Volcanoes

    Gorilla Trekking in Rwandan Volcanoes

    It is such a wonder to watch mountain gorillas in their natural habitat as they do their day to day activities. From one gorilla family, you get a chance to enjoying quite a number of gorillas which is such an amazing thing. In the morning, we assembled at the park offices, for a briefing on…

  • Benefits of Renting a Car in Rwanda

    Benefits of Renting a Car in Rwanda

    There are several great benefits associated with hiring a rental vehicle. Renting your own private vehicle is far better than using public modes of transport. It is an excellent way to transport your family from one location to another without all the hassle of renting a car. The following article will highlight the benefits of…

  • The Top 5 Tourist Places to Visit in Rwanda

    The Top 5 Tourist Places to Visit in Rwanda

    Nyungwe Forest – A Primate world One moment, the road winds unremarkably through the steep terraced slopes that characterize Africa’s most densely populated nation. Then, abruptly, the ever-present cultivation gives way to lush evergreen forest and branches draped in tangled lianas, canopy animated by liquid birdsong and a succession of liberating views across tree-swathed mountains…

  • Visit Rwanda for a Great Honeymoon

    Visit Rwanda for a Great Honeymoon

    Rwanda is known as a land of a thousand hills even the capital city Kigali is built on a hill, it’s regarded as a perfect place to go on a honey moon. It’s one of Africa’s most scenic countries with a perfect climate; this means that it can be visited at any time of the…

  • Foreign Companies Pledge Investment in Energy Sector during Rwanda Day 2015



    As the 2015 Rwanda day in The Netherlands came to a close in the Netherlands, foreign companies have shown interest in investing in Rwanda’s energy sector, a move likely to help the country achieve energy targets. The companies from France and Italy are looking at investing in renewable energy, one of the priority areas where…

  • New legal entity for the investment program in Rwanda



    CC. Chris van der Plasse, Member of the Board Rwanda Chamber Foundation. Stef Schreuder, CEO Erasmus Investment International S.A. To All parties involved in the Green Business Hub Rwanda investment program, prepared by RCF in collaboration with GOR, local, and international parties. Concerns New legal entity for the investment program in Rwanda. Sir/Madam, We have…

  • MTN Rwanda Loses Market in Fourth Quarter to Rival Tigo



    MTN Group Ltd. (MTN)’s Rwandan unit lost market share in the fourth quarter to its main competitor, Tigo Rwanda, the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency (RURA) said. MTN Rwanda’s share stood at 65 percent compared with 72 percent a year earlier, while Tigo’s grew to 35 percent from 19 percent, the Kigali-based regulator said in a…

  • Multimedia Academy to Open Next Week



    A multimedia academy, The Africa Digital Multimedia Academy the first in Africa, will commence lectures next week in Kigali. This was revealed yesterday, by the Director General of WDA, Jerome Gasana, during a press conference held at the academy premises in Nyarugenge District, Kigali city. He said WDA, in collaboration with Pixel Corps has already…

  • Rwanda’s air traffic to rise by 50 proc, CAA says

    Rwanda’s air traffic will rise to 300 flights per week from 200 last year, Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority (RCAA), the sector regulator said, citing a rebound in economic activity that has attracted more airlines. Last year Rwanda’s aviation industry attracted interest from international players including Turkish Airways and Emirates Airlines while the national carrier stepped…