Arsenal gets Rwandan treat
Arsenal FC players got a surprise treat during their training session in London recently. A traditional troupe from Rwanda paid the team an unexpected visit and thrilled them to some drumming and dancing. The visibly shocked players reciprocated the gesture by clapping and dancing.
Rwanda seeks self- sufficiency in seed production
Rwanda envisions reaching 75 per cent use of improved seeds by 2024 from 50 per cent currently. To drive that ambition, the country has signed a partnership with three firms to produce seeds locally.
Impact of Rwanda, Arsenal tourism partnership deal on region
Rwanda Development Board recently signed an agreement with Arsenal making the country the official tourism partner for the next three years. How do other powerhouses in the region read into such a bold move?
Presidential meeting signals 'another chapter' in Franco-Rwandan relations
Rwandan Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo said, "another chapter" is beginning for Kigali and Paris. Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
DW exclusive interview: Liberian ex-president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Liberia's former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is in Rwanda to receive the Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership. She spoke to DW in an exclusive interview about her record as leader of post-war Liberia.
African Union takes step towards single passport
The African Union is hoping to make travel across the continent easier for Africans. The AU will unveil an African passport during its summit which is taking place in Rwanda.
Toxic gas becomes energy source to power Rwandan economy
Rwanda is turning methane gas dissolved deep inside the waters of Lake Kivu into a lifeline by generating electricity to help businesses expand and light up a nation with a chronic power shortage.