Monthly Archives: December 2010

Diaspora vow to act ambassadors

Diaspora vow to act as Rwanda’s ambassadors By James Karuhanga After completing a two-week country familiarization tour, members of the Diaspora, Wednesday spelt out seven resolutions that include correcting the falsehoods that are peddled about Rwanda. The group is in the country as part of the “come and see” programme organized by the government to […]

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Tigo, MINEDUC to connect primary schools to internet

TIGO, MINEDUC to connect primary schools to the internet By Saul Butera KIGALI – A local telecom operator, Tigo Rwanda, has entered into partnership with the Ministry of Education to facilitate the rollout of internet access points in the country’s primary schools in the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project As part of the agreement, […]

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Immigration to ease service for the Diaspora

Immigration to ease services for the Diaspora By James Karuhanga KIGALI – Officials at the Directorate of Immigration and Emigration, yesterday met members of the Diaspora currently in the country, and promised to help ease the delivery of consular services like acquisition of passports and visas, where possible. In a session held at the Ministry […]

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Diaspora urged to invest in Rwanda

Saturday, December 18, 2010 Diaspora urged to invest in Rwanda By Stevenson Mugisha KIGALI – The Permanent Secretary in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Eugene Munyakayanza has called upon Rwandans in the Diaspora to invest in the country as a way of participating in the country’s economic growth. Munyakayanza made the call, yesterday, while addressing a […]

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Investors dash for Bralirwa shares

Thursday, December 16, 2010 Investors dash for Bralirwa shares as IPO deadline closes in By Berna Namata Appetite for Bralirwa shares within the local potential investors has increased ahead of tomorrow’s deadline for Rwanda’s first Initial Public Offer (IPO), a mini-survey by Business Times has revealed. Retail and institutional investors are flocking to banks and […]

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Interpreters needed

From: Joanna Spooner interpreting.yh@refugeecouncil.org.uk Message: The Refugee Council is currently looking for Kinyarwanda, French and Swahili interpreters in Hull and Kinyarwanda interpreters in Sheffield. Interpreters are recruited on a sessional basis. Registration is subject to successful interview and language assessment and demonstration of proof of eligibility to work in the UK. Interpreters may be telephoned […]

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