Category: News

  • Over 3,000 expected for Rwanda Day in Atlanta

    Over 3,000 Rwandans and friends of Rwanda are expected to attend the sixth edition of Rwanda Day, scheduled Saturday, September 20, in the US city of Atlanta, Georgia. Rwanda Day events have since become a platform for strategic networking and closing business deals between government officials, businesses and the Diaspora community. This year’s event is […]

  • Rwanda Ranked 3rd Greenest Country in Africa

    Are you planning your safari today? Where are you going for a safari? If you’ve not yet include Rwanda the third best place to visit in Africa, it’s high time you include it on your must see list before the end of this year. This small country is blessed with a lot of tourist attraction […]

  • Genocide Victims Should not be Buried Anywhere-IBUKA

    This was said while in a ceremony to commemorate the genocide victims in Tumba sector, Huye district, on the 21/04/2013. “These people suffered very bad deaths and therefore this is why they are supposed to be buried in memorial sites where they can be remembered very often”, said the vice president of IBUKA, Nkuranga. He […]

  • Ruhango: Survivors Happy for Respect Accorded to Genocide Victims

    Survivors of 1994 Tutsi genocide in Byimana sector in Ruhango district have revealed that they are happy because the bodies of their genocide victims are lying in a descent grave.   This comes after genocide survivors used to complain about Byimana memorial center that was not renovated to the standards. However, despite of the complaints, […]

  • Rwanda Rated Africa’s fastest Reformer in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2011 Report

    Radical reforms which have made it easier for businesses to get credit, pay tax and deal with construction have boosted Rwanda’s ratings again in the World Bank’s ‘Doing Business Report’. In 2011’s index, Rwanda was the most improved country in Africa – the second most improved country overall.  It came in 58th on the overall […]