of RwandaTechnology Highlights: Blockchain
Rwanda’s newly created financial centre ready for business, CEO says
With ambitions to establish itself as a financial hub by 2024 as is set out in the National Strategy for Transformation (NST1), the work to establish the Kigali International Finance Centre has kicked off.
A government-owned company, Rwanda Finance Limited is...
Local Firms seek to Social Impact while pursuing Profit
Rural Communities seek to increase Business Opportunities in Forestry
Stakeholders speak out on Key Challenges and Opportunities in Agriculture Sector
Mechanical Engineer presents Solution to reduce Cost of Construction
Rwanda Adopts Blockchain Technology to Combat Conflict Mining of Tantalum
Wooing investors, Rwanda hosts first tantalum-tracking blockchain
Job creation: Kigali city youth seek TVET skills
Kagame welcomes participants to spiritual event ‘Ram Katha’
Kwibuka 25: Maiden commemoration event held in Zimbabwe
President Paul Kagame has urged Rwandans to build on the progress of 2019 and set their sights on the country's long term growth strategy, Vision 2050.
In his annual televised New Year address, the Head of State called on Rwandans to set their sights beyond 2020 to ambitions set out in Vision 2050.
Vision 2050 is Rwanda’s long term development strategy that succeeds Vision 2020.