Adopted Resolutions Push for a Wealthy Rwanda By 2050

[New Times] The government should set up a deadline when Rwanda will be financially independent and also prepare a multi-year plan to deliver the nation to a high-income economy by 2050.

[New Times] The government should set up a deadline when Rwanda will be financially independent and also prepare a multi-year plan to deliver the nation to a high-income economy by 2050.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

National Assembly Calls for Revision of ‘Zero State’s Fleet of Vehicles Policy’

[Iwacu] In a commentary on the 2017 budget presented by the president of the general accounting office on 21 December in the National Assembly, different MPs proposed the review of the policy to reduce state owned vehicles (Charroi Zero).

[Iwacu] In a commentary on the 2017 budget presented by the president of the general accounting office on 21 December in the National Assembly, different MPs proposed the review of the policy to reduce state owned vehicles (Charroi Zero).

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

CLA’s Christmas Cantata Attracts Thousands

[New Times] Thousands of people converged at Christian Life Assembly – CLA, for what most patrons described as a “massive theatrical performance” to happen this year in Kigali.

[New Times] Thousands of people converged at Christian Life Assembly - CLA, for what most patrons described as a "massive theatrical performance" to happen this year in Kigali.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Burundi Security Ministry Satisfied With Its 2016 Achievements

[Iwacu] While presenting the annual report of activities carried out by the Ministry of Public Security on 21 December, Alain Guillaume Bunyoni, Minister of Public Security said the year 2016 was characterized by heightened security throughout the coun…

[Iwacu] While presenting the annual report of activities carried out by the Ministry of Public Security on 21 December, Alain Guillaume Bunyoni, Minister of Public Security said the year 2016 was characterized by heightened security throughout the country. He, however, evoked some cases of assassinations, enforced disappearances and armed attacks without giving figures.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Civil Society Chart Ways to Effectively Disseminate Family Law to the Masses

[New Times] Members drawn from 57 civil society organisations under their umbrella representative, Pro-Femme/Twese Hamwe, yesterday met in Kigali to discuss and familiarise with the new law governing persons and family.

[New Times] Members drawn from 57 civil society organisations under their umbrella representative, Pro-Femme/Twese Hamwe, yesterday met in Kigali to discuss and familiarise with the new law governing persons and family.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Health Workers Commend Free Malaria Treatment Initiative for Needy Citizens

[New Times] Community health workers (CHWs) have welcomed a new initiative recently approved by the Government to provide free treatment for citizens who are diagnosed with malaria and cannot afford the healthcare-related costs.

[New Times] Community health workers (CHWs) have welcomed a new initiative recently approved by the Government to provide free treatment for citizens who are diagnosed with malaria and cannot afford the healthcare-related costs.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sabi Mine to Resume Operations

[The Herald] Zvishavane-based Sabi Gold Mine will resume operations next month after the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation struck an agreement with local investment consortium, Chandiwana Mining Cooperation for a capital injection into the mine.C…

[The Herald] Zvishavane-based Sabi Gold Mine will resume operations next month after the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation struck an agreement with local investment consortium, Chandiwana Mining Cooperation for a capital injection into the mine.Chandiwana Mining Corporation will invest about $26 million in the gold mine. Chandiwana Mining Corporation is a local investment vehicle owned by Zimbabweans based in the diaspora.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Govt Recruitment Freeze Overloading Doctors’

[The Herald] Bulawayo -The Government’s freeze on recruitment is compromising public health with a single doctor being overloaded by about 250 000 patients, a Cabinet minister has revealed.

[The Herald] Bulawayo -The Government's freeze on recruitment is compromising public health with a single doctor being overloaded by about 250 000 patients, a Cabinet minister has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe