BIPA Farm Row – AAG Confronts Mombeshora

[New Zimbabwe] The row over the Triangle ranch previously owned by Tongaat Hulett has taken a new twist with the Affirmative Action Group (AAG) wading in telling government to stop evicting new farmers because doing so was against the indigenisation an…

[New Zimbabwe] The row over the Triangle ranch previously owned by Tongaat Hulett has taken a new twist with the Affirmative Action Group (AAG) wading in telling government to stop evicting new farmers because doing so was against the indigenisation and empowerment polices.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Banana, Beef Prices Up in Kigali

[New Times] If bananas are your favourite dish, you will have to pay Rwf50 more for a kilogramme of banana fingers after the price shot to Rwf350 in Kigali markets, up from Rwf300 last week, a mini-survey by Bussiness Times indicates. Drocella Uwajenez…

[New Times] If bananas are your favourite dish, you will have to pay Rwf50 more for a kilogramme of banana fingers after the price shot to Rwf350 in Kigali markets, up from Rwf300 last week, a mini-survey by Bussiness Times indicates. Drocella Uwajeneza, a trader, attributed the increase to scarcity of bananas occasioned by a "bad season".

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Woman Killed in Cold Blood

[New Times] Police in Bugesera District are investigating circumstances under which a middle-aged woman was killed after she was discovered dead on Monday.

[New Times] Police in Bugesera District are investigating circumstances under which a middle-aged woman was killed after she was discovered dead on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Farmers Pledge to Make the Most of Developed Gashora Marshland

[New Times] Some 1,571 farming households from sectors of Bugesera and Ngoma districts surrounding the developed Gashora Marshland have pledged to produce at least eight tonnes of rice per hectare from the land allocated to them in the swamp.

[New Times] Some 1,571 farming households from sectors of Bugesera and Ngoma districts surrounding the developed Gashora Marshland have pledged to produce at least eight tonnes of rice per hectare from the land allocated to them in the swamp.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Less Traffic Offences Reported During Festive Season

[New Times] Traffic offences during the festive season reduced by 12 per cent over the past two years, and the Police plan to intensify the use of speed governors and other e-Policing tools in 2017.

[New Times] Traffic offences during the festive season reduced by 12 per cent over the past two years, and the Police plan to intensify the use of speed governors and other e-Policing tools in 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Renewed Call for UK to Extradite Five Genocidaires

[New Times] The Government, survivors and Aegis Trust – a British NGO that campaigns to prevent genocide worldwide – have renewed the call pressing for the extradition from the United Kingdom of five Rwandans suspected of participating in the 1994 Geno…

[New Times] The Government, survivors and Aegis Trust - a British NGO that campaigns to prevent genocide worldwide - have renewed the call pressing for the extradition from the United Kingdom of five Rwandans suspected of participating in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Flower Exports Gain Momentum

[New Times] The long wait is over. Finally, after over three years of planned rose exports from Rwanda’s Gishari Flower Park in Rwamagana District, ‘encouraging’ flower shipments have been made to key European market.

[New Times] The long wait is over. Finally, after over three years of planned rose exports from Rwanda's Gishari Flower Park in Rwamagana District, 'encouraging' flower shipments have been made to key European market.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda