WhatsApp, one of the largest social network and messaging application with over a billion users is under threat from hackers.
US President-elect Donald Trump has targeted Toyota, threatening to impose a hefty fee on the world’s largest car maker if it builds its Corolla cars for the US market at a plant in Mexico.
Uganda will expand a major road linking its capital Kampala with Rwanda after signing a deal on Thursday for a $151m loan from the African Development Bank (AfDB).
Rwanda’s central bank cut its benchmark interest rate for the first time in two-and-a-half years to support flagging economic growth as inflation eased in the East African nation.
Volkswagen has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a new integrated mobility concept in Kigali, Rwanda, that will result in an environmentally compatible local vehicle production facility being established in Kigali and has inaugurated its vehicle production facility in Kenya.
With about one third of the food produced on the continent lost along the value chain, East African agricultural sector stakeholders want to harness technological innovations in order to reduce post-harvest losses.
For prospective entrepreneurs and SMEs that are experiencing stalled growth, as a result of not being able to compete, the digital platform offers a solution.
Kenyan private equity firm Fusion Capital has completed its mixed-use development project in Rwanda at a cost of Sh4 billion.
Randy Hetrick first noticed counterfeits on Amazon.com Inc. in 2013. He had been selling his TRX Training System - an exercise kit of suspension straps - on the site since 2008.
Beau’s All Natural Brewing Co. has raised more than $110,000 in an online fundraising campaign to help a wannabe Rwandan brewer realize her dreams.
The African Development Bank launched “Fashionomics”, a platform to develop the African fashion industry for jobs creation, at Lagos Fashion and Design Week.
Rwanda will sell a three-year Treasury bond worth 15 billion francs ($18.47 million) this month, the central bank said on Yesterday.
The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday forecast Rwanda’s economy to grow by 6.2 percent in 2017, slightly up from the 6 percent seen this year, boosted by increased coffee and domestic goods production.
First-time drivers can receive discounted quotes by allowing their Facebook profiles to be scoured in a bid to determine their personalities, an insurer has announced.
The added inflow of travellers into Rwanda, to a large part for conference tourism and MICE events, is now opening up investment opportunities across the country and especially along the tourism zone along Lake Kivu.
In an interview with Daily Sabah, Rwandan Ambassador to Turkey Williams Nkurunziza underlined the importance of rapidly improving bilateral relations and stated that Rwanda has great opportunities to offer Turkish investors
Progress in closing the global workplace gender gap is slowing dramatically, according to a World Economic Forum study, with a notable exception in Rwanda, a country still emerging from the aftermath of genocide that has become the world’s leader on equal pay.
Rwanda national carrier RwandAir has announced it will start flying to Gatwick, London’s busiest airport by 2017 as it looks to grow its customer base.
Rwanda and Burundi stopped importing their fuel needs through the Kenyan port of Mombasa because of the contamination of some cargoes and have opted to route shipments through Tanzania instead, according to the Kenya Transporters Association.
The MasterCard Foundation today presented its second annual Clients at the Centre Prize to Hello Paisa. The US$150,000 Prize recognizes the company’s innovative work in South Africa to facilitate international money transfers for foreign workers.
Government sets eyes on increased private investment in agribusiness with new land information system
A land information system has been launched to increase smallholder farmers’ income by promoting private sector investment.
Mastercard and Guaranty Trust Bank Rwanda Ltd (GTBank Rwanda) are building on their long-standing partnership in Rwanda by introducing a suite of digital payment solutions, aimed at extending the demand for safe and convenient payment solutions.
Atlantis Microfinance has launched an electronic system that seeks to harmonize agri business operations across the value chain while seeking to promote financial inclusion.
Uganda’s solar energy project in Tororo is set to provide 10MW of power and will be built at a cost of $14,7m.
The latest Airbus A330-200 is headed for its new home of “Land of a Thousand Hills,” as Rwanda is affectionately known among her friends around the world
Rwanda wants to attract more foreign and local investments into manufacturing and other value-added industries to boost the country’s manufacturing sector, officials have said.
Wilderness Safaris Bisate Lodge, situated next to Rwanda’s renowned Volcanoes National Park, is on track to open for guests on 1 June 2017. Comprising just six forest villas, Bisate Lodge will offer a luxurious base from which to enjoy an extraordinary gorilla conservation experience and a holistic exploration of this beautiful region.
The craft brewery is raising funds to open Rwanda’s first female-run brewhouse
Rwanda’s economy grew by 5.4 percent in the second quarter of the year, down from an expansion of 7.2 percent in the same period last year, the statistics office said on Tuesday.
Rwanda’s bank Banque Populaire du Rwanda (BPR) is introducing a new initiative targeting local exporters with ease of accessing credit as it seeks to promote the country’s exports.
SAN FRANCISCO – Google have sent out invitations to an October 4 event, hinting that the Internet titan will show off a new smartphone powered by its Android mobile software.
Kenya plans to introduce a new generation currency in the second half of 2017, Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) Governor, Patrick Njoroge said.
Rwanda has sought to bring sanity to the gaming industry with a new set of rules meant to come to effect by end year following sustained public outcry.
Rwanda expects to boost its revenue earnings from tourism this year by 25.8 per cent from 2015, helped by extra attractions including a new game park.
Burundi tax revenue collection rose 29 percent to 55.81 billion francs in August compared with the same period in 2015, data from the tax authority showed on Tuesday.
Kenya on Saturday inaugurated the first part of a new container terminal at Mombasa which is expected to boost by 50 percent the volume of cargo handled by East Africa’s largest seaport.
SANTAM’s search for profits outside SA, driven by stagnant growth at home and a weak rand, has led it straight into fraud in Rwanda, resulting in the Rwandan company’s CEO being replaced.
Kenya-based Equity Bank plans to have presence in 15 African countries in the next ten years, officials said.
Rwanda’s central bank governor has said that the continued weakening of the Rwanda franc against the U.S. dollar is not a cause for alarm and may not have a significant effect on the Rwandan economy.