Rwanda at 55! Economic reforms are bearing fruit as the country continues to see strong economic growth.
Tanzania-Rwanda railway project could prove to be the catalyst for a wider interconnected East African rail network.
Kampala-Kigali railway moves a step closer.
Rwanda has tested out a new project to encourage payment of taxes.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame launches drones to deliver medical supplies to remote communities in the country.
The East African country has opened the world’s only operational gas water extraction power plant as it aims to achieve middle income status.
Rwanda’s development model is all set for extensive foreign investment, but the country’s stock exchange struggles to attract capital.
For Rwanda, a landlocked nation of nearly 12m with ambitions of becoming a hub, regional integration is essential.
With innovation in technology redefining the spheres of business, government and citizens’ daily lives globally, Africa finds itself at a historic crossroads.
If the country is to prove more than an imitation of an Asian ‘tiger’, the pace of economic diversification and regional integration must be accelerated.