Oil Firm to Increase Shares in Upstream Oil and Gas Business

[East African] The Uganda National Oil Company Ltd has voted to increase its shares in the upstream oil and gas business by five per cent, in addition to investing in downstream and midstream activities.

[East African] The Uganda National Oil Company Ltd has voted to increase its shares in the upstream oil and gas business by five per cent, in addition to investing in downstream and midstream activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Made-in-Rwanda Products Impress Showgoers

[New Times] The ongoing Made-in-Rwanda trade show ends today. The fourth edition of the annual trade fair where local firms showcase their products and services, has gained in popularity judging by the big numbers of showgoers that visited over the wee…

[New Times] The ongoing Made-in-Rwanda trade show ends today. The fourth edition of the annual trade fair where local firms showcase their products and services, has gained in popularity judging by the big numbers of showgoers that visited over the weekend. Most of the visitors at the fair interviewed by Business Times said they were impressed by the products at the exhibition.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Bitcoin Has the Glitter but It Is Not Gold

[New Times] From Wall Street, to the streets of Kigali, Bitcoin has recently been a term on most people’s mind. The cryptocurrency, once pronounced a fraud, is now taking on the world by storm. The popularity of Bitcoin has come following the lucrative…

[New Times] From Wall Street, to the streets of Kigali, Bitcoin has recently been a term on most people's mind. The cryptocurrency, once pronounced a fraud, is now taking on the world by storm. The popularity of Bitcoin has come following the lucrative valuations it achieved, surpassing gold, the most regarded expensive asset. Developments like the recent announcement by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Group to launch Bitcoin Futures have also helped to create a positive buzz for Bitcoin.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Goldalyn Secures Place in Kenya High As Matiangi Launches Form 1 Placement

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Those who sat for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exam in November and qualified for admission to National Schools can now send their index numbers to 20042 to know their placement.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Those who sat for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exam in November and qualified for admission to National Schools can now send their index numbers to 20042 to know their placement.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Rwanda to Go Cashless By 2024 – Are You On Board?

[New Times] The central bank is currently conducting a countrywide sensitisation campaign to raise awareness among the business community, professional groups and general public about the benefits of embracing electronic payment (e-payment) facilities.

[New Times] The central bank is currently conducting a countrywide sensitisation campaign to raise awareness among the business community, professional groups and general public about the benefits of embracing electronic payment (e-payment) facilities.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwf104 Billion Deal to Accelerate Electricity Access Rollout

[New Times] With the government targeting to connect 70 per cent of Rwandans by the end of next year, and a hundred per cent in the next seven years, more investments will be required in the energy sector to contribute to the attainment of this target.

[New Times] With the government targeting to connect 70 per cent of Rwandans by the end of next year, and a hundred per cent in the next seven years, more investments will be required in the energy sector to contribute to the attainment of this target.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Innovative Financing ‘Key to Implementation of Green Growth Agenda’

[New Times] There is a need for all stakeholders to understand that green growth and climate resilience is the way to go, in order to be able to mobilise funds effectively.

[New Times] There is a need for all stakeholders to understand that green growth and climate resilience is the way to go, in order to be able to mobilise funds effectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda