Rising to the challenge
Given its recent history, it is remarkable to see the progress Rwanda has made towards reversing the economic and social consequences of the 1994 genocide in such a short time.
Rwanda benefits from integration
When Rwanda first said it would become a key player in NEPAD and other regional integrations, critics laughed off her commitment.
Rwanda in crucial privatisation phase
“We have disposed off about 50 percent of what we are supposed to sell but the stage we have reached is the most crucial in the privatisation process,” Mr Bonaventure Niyibizi said.
Rwanda sells 2 main banks
After two weeks of intense negotiations, the Rwanda Government finally sold off two major commercial banks.
Rwanda creates unique tourism
One thing on which many visitors to the continent agree is that the physical beauty of Rwanda is the best in Africa.
Insurance industry recovers, grows
On July 4, 1994 the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF), took power in Kigali - inheriting nothing but a dead economy.
Rwanda looks 20 years ahead
The Government of Rwanda is committed to establishing a competitive, diversified and balanced economy.
Kagame woos new investors
Speech by President Paul Kagame at the opening of the Second Rwanda Investment Conference in Kigali, May 13, 2004
Stronger private sector is the key
Rwanda Private Sector Federation Executive Secretary, Mr Bart Gasana, is one man who knows exactly why his country needs a very strong private sector.
Land of a thousand hills
Popularly known as ‘the land of a thousand hills’, Rwanda has six volcanoes, twenty-three lakes and numerous rivers, some forming the source of the great River Nile.