InformAfrica have gathered that Census, the procedure of systematically acquiring and recording information about the citizens of a population, begins today in Rwanda.
The launch of the 3.75G platform promises profound changes to how Rwandans experience the web on Internet-enabled devices.
Airtel on July 4th announced the introduction of the fastest mobile Internet in Rwanda, with the launch of its 3.75G network in the country.
InformAfrica snooped around the web today to inform fellow Africans both on the continent and in diaspora of Africa news trending on the internet. Today’s recommended news are somewhat influential or otherwise positive.
Rwanda will be hosting its first edition of the East African Community (EAC) Arts and Culture Festival this year, InformAfrica has gathered. Learn more about the upcoming event below in today’s Africa press release.
The six states of the South South region in Nigeria are to tap the experiences of Rwanda in resolving their conflict, security challenges and economic problems in an emerging partnership between both parties.
Eighteen years after the historic ‘100 days of genocide’ in Rwanda the United States Government has suddenly produced never-before-seen satellite images to support the genocide extradition trial of a former Rwandan now U.S. citizen in New Hampshire (USA).
A new IFC and World Bank report shows that the business environment for entrepreneurs in all five economies of the East African Community—Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda—improved in 2010-2011, as the countries implemented critical regulatory reforms.
Reporters Without Borders has “mixed feelings” about yesterday’s supreme court decision to significantly reduce the long jail sentences being served by Agnes Uwimana Nkusi, the editor of the privately-owned bimonthly Umurabyo, and Saidat Mukakibibi, one her reporters, who have been held since July 2010 on charges of inciting civil disobedience, causing divisions and denying the 1994 genocide of the Tutsis.
Bharti Airtel (“Airtel”) today announced the launch of its operation in Rwanda, expanding its footprint on the African continent to 17 countries. Airtel has already said that it will invest over USD 100 million in its operations over the next three years and generate direct and indirect employment opportunities.