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Kigali – In times of crisis, a customer’s interaction with the company can trigger an immediate and lasting effect on his or her sense of trust and loyalty.

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Upon completing her construction course eight years ago, Marie Claire Niyotwagira started working in the sector aware it’s not what she wanted to do for the rest of her life.

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The Rwandan business scene has grown over the last 4 years with about 800,000 Rwandan adults owning a business, the recently released 2020 FinScope Survey Report shows.

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When we thought things were going back in place, when transport across the country would resume, when the love-hate relationship with taxi motos would be rekindled, the bombshell landed.

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For an invisible thing, this Covid-19 pandemic has a lot of power, mostly indiscriminate and destructive. In a very short time it has earned itself a place in history as the pandemic that changed the world and as a point of reference in the telling of the human story in future.

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SC Kiyovu have confirmed the sacking of Emmanuel Ruremesha and assistant coach Djabir Mutarambirwa (inset) following the signing of Olivier Karekezi as the new head Coach.

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Kigali – In times of crisis, a customer’s interaction with the company can trigger an immediate and lasting effect on his or her sense of trust and loyalty.

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Watching movies has undoubtedly been some people’s hobby worldwide, especially since the start of the 20th century. However, in most developing countries, some people have enjoyed scenes but struggled to understand their true meaning due to language barrier, mainly those movies acted in western languages.

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The Rwandan business scene has grown over the last 4 years with about 800,000 Rwandan adults owning a business, the recently released 2020 FinScope Survey Report shows.

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Upon completing her construction course eight years ago, Marie Claire Niyotwagira started working in the sector aware it’s not what she wanted to do for the rest of her life.

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Lack of knowledge and adequate information on beekeeping, use of traditional beehives and pesticide are still the major challenges causing low honey production in Rwanda.

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Insurance is a contract that transfers the risk of financial loss from an individual or business to an insurance company. The company collects small amounts of money from its clients and pools that money together to pay for losses.

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Last Saturday, all eyes were on Florida’s Cape Canaveral base, looking at the launching pad of the SpaceX spacecraft. Two US astronauts sat in the spacecraft, counting the seconds to start their journey.

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) in April expressed concerns about the Covid-19 epidemic’s impact on routine immunisation programmes for children, as they cited that 21 low and middle income countries were already reporting vaccine shortages due to travel disruptions and border closures.

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Rwanda recorded 7 new cases of Coronavirus on Monday, June 1, twenty four hours after government postponed the inter-provincial movements and taxi-moto services. The two services were put off until further notice after five cases were identified in Rusizi District in Western Province.

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East African Community (EAC) partner states have adopted a Regional Electronic Cargo and Drivers Tracking System that will be hosted at the bloc’s headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.

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Following the cross-listing of RH Bophelo on the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE), the South Africa based investment company plans to raise financial resources, majority of which they say will be invested in Rwanda.

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President Paul Kagame has called on Rwandans, especially those in positions of leadership, to use the challenges and methods used in dealing with Covid-19 as an opportunity to learn lessons that will help in Rwanda’s journey.

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On June 1st 2020, 25 women-led businesses have been announced for this year’s BK Urumuri 4th edition following an intensive selection from hundreds of applications.

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Works to upgrade Gatsibo District's genocide memorial site in Kiziguro are underway, a project that will be carried out in two fiscal years, costing Rwf380 million.

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The Ministry of Sports, Rwanda National Olympic and Sports Committee and different sports federations on Monday, June 1, began a week to commemorate the athletes who were killed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

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Dr Charles Murigande who has been in the Education sector for the last 12 years has quit after reaching his retirement age.

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The Ministry of Health has placed Rusizi under extra supervision after the Western Province District, which borders DR Congo and Burundi recorded five new Covid-19 cases in just a single day.

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Atlantic Council’s just-released report dubbed “Down Stream Oil Theft: Countermeasures and Good Practices” has revealed that fuel marking with improved technology has curbed oil theft in both developing and developed countries worldwide.

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The Ministry of Health says that the postponement of resuming inter-provincial movements and passenger taxi-moto services was triggered by five new Covid-19 cases confirmed in Rusizi district, Western Province on Sunday, May 31.

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Works to upgrade Gatsibo District's genocide memorial site in Kiziguro are underway, a project that will be carried out in two fiscal years, costing Rwf380 million.

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Restrictions on interprovincial movements and passenger taxi-moto services will remain, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement dated May 31. The announcement effectively changed a previous government decision to set June 1 as the day these restrictions that have been in place since March 21 would be removed, according to resolutions of the recent cabinet meeting.

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