June 24, 2016No Comments

African Students Turn to Rwanda For Engineering Studies

Rwanda’s engineering courses have become more competitive and this could boost the country’s education sector. Students from 13 African countries have already applied for Master of Science and Technology course at Carnegie Mellon university in Rwanda. Dr. Papias Musafiri, Rwanda’s Education Minister told KT Press that Carnegie Mellon- Rwanda has already had a great impact […]

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June 17, 2016No Comments

Report indicates youth apply ICT for employable skills

With a widening gap between formal education and requirements in the labour market, youth are engaging ICT to acquire employable skills demanded by employers, a new report has indicted. According to the peer-to-peer research report conducted in Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania, the youth are aware of the existing gap and are eager to develop […]

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June 15, 2016No Comments

Rwanda’s eastern province to get 2.68 MWh off-grid battery system solution

  The 2.68 MWh storage system will be supplied by German commercial system manufacturer Tesvolt, and will be connected to a 3.3 MW PV plant as part of an agricultural project. With energy storage looking like it will be able to solve a lot of electricity headaches, German company Tesvolt has raised the bar for […]

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June 8, 2016No Comments

Motorola Could Intervene in Rwanda’s Smart Cities Project

Motorola solutions has unveiled cutting edge public safety solutions which it says may help governments and businesses safeguard their environments. The American data communications and telecommunications equipment provider has expressed interest in Rwanda’s smart cities initiative which could benefit from the new innovations. Shimon Dick, the Motorola solutions vice-president for Africa and Middle East says […]

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May 31, 2016No Comments

Germans Close Business in Rwanda After Half Century Lease Expires

Once a powerful facility in the region, the German owned Deutsche Welle radio center at Kinyinya hill outside Kigali is finally and completely shutting down. It’s no more. In 1965, Rwanda leased 68.4 hectares on Kinyinya hill for fifty years to the Germans- that later  set up a massive facility to boost Deutsche Welle, Germany’s […]

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June 24, 2016No Comments

Rwanda’s engineering courses have become more competitive and this could boost the country’s education sector. Students from 13 African countries have already applied for Master of Science and Technology course at Carnegie Mellon university in Rwanda. Dr. Papias Musafiri, Rwanda’s Education Minister told KT Press that Carnegie Mellon- Rwanda has already had a great impact […]

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