Govt, U.S. Open Agoa Talks

[New Times] The Rwandan government has opened talks with the United States on the review of the American Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) in a bid to ensure that Rwanda continues to access duty free access to the market.

[New Times] The Rwandan government has opened talks with the United States on the review of the American Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) in a bid to ensure that Rwanda continues to access duty free access to the market.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwanda Mt. Gorilla Rally Could Determine ARC Champion

[New Times] Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally, the penultimate round on the 2017 Africa Rally Championship (ARC) calendar, scheduled for this weekend, could determine the title winner before the final round in Zambia.

[New Times] Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Rally, the penultimate round on the 2017 Africa Rally Championship (ARC) calendar, scheduled for this weekend, could determine the title winner before the final round in Zambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

How a Former Street Vendor Charted a Rags to Riches Journey

[New Times] Anastasia Abambuzimana is the true definition of persistence. Neither fate, nor circumstances linked to her humble background, could stop her from achieving her dream.

[New Times] Anastasia Abambuzimana is the true definition of persistence. Neither fate, nor circumstances linked to her humble background, could stop her from achieving her dream.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwanda Win Final Warm-Up Game Against Tunisian Side

[New Times] Rwanda bounced back from two defeats against Central Africa Republic and Mali to register a win (85-66) against Tunisian club Union Sportive Monasterienne (USM) in their final warm-up game on Tuesday night.

[New Times] Rwanda bounced back from two defeats against Central Africa Republic and Mali to register a win (85-66) against Tunisian club Union Sportive Monasterienne (USM) in their final warm-up game on Tuesday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

‘People Are Fed Up’

[Deutsche Welle] A huge rally for constitutional reform has taken place in Togo, a country presided over by one family for the past half-century. Opponents of the government want President Faure Gnassingbe to “leave by the front door.”

[Deutsche Welle] A huge rally for constitutional reform has taken place in Togo, a country presided over by one family for the past half-century. Opponents of the government want President Faure Gnassingbe to "leave by the front door."

source: AllAfrica News: Togo

Women Gain Big in Kenya Parliament

[East African] Women are the biggest winners in representation of special interest groups in the Kenyan parliament, even as political parties face criticism for rewarding seasoned politicians who have capacity to compete in elections.

[East African] Women are the biggest winners in representation of special interest groups in the Kenyan parliament, even as political parties face criticism for rewarding seasoned politicians who have capacity to compete in elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya