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New bypasses to ease Kigali traffic

In nine months, construction of Kigali bypasses will be complete, creating alternate routes for motorists and easing traffic in the city. The $76 million road...

Kigali to enjoy uninterrupted electricity supply – REG chief

Electricity supply woes could soon be a thing of the past for residents and businesses in the City of Kigali within the next two...

REG to upgrade power stations to check outages

Rwanda Energy Group (REG) has embarked on upgrading power stations supplying electricity in various areas in the country to ensure efficiency of power supply. The...

Minister of Defence inaugurates 32 affordable houses built by Reservists

Kicukiro, 25 May 2017 Hon Minister of Defence, General James Kabarebe has officiated the inauguration of 32 affordable houses built by a Rwanda Defence Force...

RWANDA : Govt Calls For Study On Whether Kivu Gas Can Be Used For...

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on National Budget and Patrimony has tasked the Ministry of Infrastructure to carry out of a study to establish whether...

KIGALI : Chinese Firm Helps Rwanda Build Vision City to Tackle Housing Challenges

Located on one of the hills at "The Land of a Thousand hills," the Vision City project is part of the Rwandan government's efforts...

Works on Nzove water treatment plant to be complete in July

Extension activities as well as establishment of the new Nzove Water Treatment Plant in Nyarugenge District will be complete by July, officials have said. Officials...

$200m Affordable Housing Fund to become operational in July

The government has decided to create an affordable housing fund to help bring down the current cost of homes. According to Infrastructure Minister James Musoni,...

Rwanda adds to energy mix with first peat-fired power plant in Africa

Rwanda recently celebrated the opening of its first peat-fired power plant at Gishoma in the far west of the country, a $39.2M project. It...

Landmark 80 MW peat-to-power project in Rwanda reaches financial close

A $350-million deal to finance an 80 MW peat-to-power project in Rwanda, which will improve access to electricity for the three-quarters of the country’s...