Government Calls for More Exports to Regional Markets

[New Times] The Ministry of Trade and Industry has called for more investment in agriculture and animal products so as to export high value products to neighbouring countries.

[New Times] The Ministry of Trade and Industry has called for more investment in agriculture and animal products so as to export high value products to neighbouring countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mulisa Delighted After Making Winning Start

[New Times] Newly appointed APR FC head coach Jimmy Mulisa expressed his delight after winning his first match in charge 2-1 against Etincelles in the national football league on Friday at Kigali Regional Stadium.

[New Times] Newly appointed APR FC head coach Jimmy Mulisa expressed his delight after winning his first match in charge 2-1 against Etincelles in the national football league on Friday at Kigali Regional Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kagame Wins UN Award on Environmental Protection

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has been named as one of the winners of the United Nations’ highest environmental accolade, in recognition of Rwanda’s outstanding achievements in environmental protection.

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has been named as one of the winners of the United Nations' highest environmental accolade, in recognition of Rwanda's outstanding achievements in environmental protection.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwf2.4 Billion Wetland Eco-Tourism Park in Offing

[New Times] Activities to turn Nyandungu wetland into an urban wetland recreation and eco-tourism park in Kigali city will begin this week, environment management officials have said.

[New Times] Activities to turn Nyandungu wetland into an urban wetland recreation and eco-tourism park in Kigali city will begin this week, environment management officials have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Football – APR Eye League and Cup Double

[New Times] After sealing a one year deal with defending champions APR FC and winning his first game in charge, head coach Jimmy Mulisa has rallied his troops to win a league and cup double this season.

[New Times] After sealing a one year deal with defending champions APR FC and winning his first game in charge, head coach Jimmy Mulisa has rallied his troops to win a league and cup double this season.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

BK Pulls Out As 2016-17 Hoops League Starts

[New Times] Just over a month after getting approved by Rwanda Basketball Federation (FERWABA) to compete in the national league that gets underway today, Bank of Kigali (BK) Basketball Club have dramatically pulled out.

[New Times] Just over a month after getting approved by Rwanda Basketball Federation (FERWABA) to compete in the national league that gets underway today, Bank of Kigali (BK) Basketball Club have dramatically pulled out.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Blitzboks Skipper Calls for Improvement On Home Soil

[Sascoc] Even after a resounding victory against Fiji to take the Dubai Sevens title on Saturday, Springbok Sevens captain, Philip Snyman, feels there is room for improvement.

[Sascoc] Even after a resounding victory against Fiji to take the Dubai Sevens title on Saturday, Springbok Sevens captain, Philip Snyman, feels there is room for improvement.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Four Investors Submit Bids to Partner Hwange

[The Herald] FOUR potential investors have submitted bids to partner Hwange Colliery Company to develop mines at its new concessions, managing director Mr Thomas Makore said. Last year, Government granted Hwange new coal concessions in Lubimbi and west…

[The Herald] FOUR potential investors have submitted bids to partner Hwange Colliery Company to develop mines at its new concessions, managing director Mr Thomas Makore said. Last year, Government granted Hwange new coal concessions in Lubimbi and western areas. The new concessions, with an estimated underground resource of about one billion tonnes, according to an independent competence report done by SRK Consulting, is expected to increase the life span of the coal mining company by more than 50 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe