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Rwanda and China Strengthen Ties with New Agreement

The governments of Rwanda and the Republic of China signed an economic and technical cooperation agreement on 24th December 2010 to further strengthen development in Rwanda. The agreement was signed at the Ministry of Foreign affairs in Kigali, Rwanda was represented by the Permanent Secretary in the Foreign affairs ministry Amb. Eugene Munyakayanza and Li Yigang represented the Chinese embassy as Charge d’affaires. The agreement is in

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Young filmmaker’s premiere of ‘Coming Back to Rwanda’ trailer

Sunday night, all roads led to One Love,  for the screening of a new documentary film‘Coming Back to Rwanda.’ The event was grand and was graced by a Reggae and Dancehall party, with an electrifying performance by renowned local DJs, including Focus and Makeda, the only female DJ in the country.      ‘Coming Back to Rwanda’ is a nine minute short documentary trailer, written and directed by 26-year-old Rwa

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Hon. Louise Mushikiwabo Discusses on Governance and Human Rights Issues at Africa-EU Summit

 On Tuesday, November 30 in Tripoli, The Honorable Minister Louise Mushikiwabo gave a speech on Governance and Human Rights at the 3rd annual Africa-EU summit taking place in the framework of a new commitment to strengthening the Africa-EU partnership. In particular, her speech focused on the issue of the Abuse of the Principle of Universal Jurisdiction used by Europeans to Africans.  Minister Louise Mushikiwabo expressed

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BRALIRWA shares on sale

Brasseries et Limonarderies du Rwanda (BRALIRWA Ltd) is a public company limited by shares, incorporated and domiciled in Rwanda.  The company is engaged in the production, sale and distribution of beer and sparkling beverages.      BRALIRWA has a 94% market share in industrial beers and 99% market share in the sparkling beverages industry.  The Company has been in existence for over 50 years and is one of t

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