The plan to construct Kigali’s centralized sewage system is slated for March this year.
In an exclusive interview, Dominique Murekezi, the acting director of Water and Sanitation Development at Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC), said the contractor sourced from outside Rwanda will closely work with local companies.
“We didn’t find … Read More
At least Rwf11.5 billion is going to be invested in upgrading four unplanned settlements in Kigali City. The money is part of the Rwf137.5 billion budget for Kigali City in the fiscal year 2022/23 which was presented and approved on June 30, 2022, by the city council.
The City Manager, … Read More
As the world continues to develop it’s infrastructures via different means, The city of Kigali in Rwanda is calling on real estate developer to invest in green building in the city.
According to city officials, there is need for structures that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient from design, construction, maintenance … Read More
The city of Kigali is in the process of establishing a fecal sludge treatment plant in Masaka sector of Kicukiro District after signing a partnership with Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC).
The new treatment plant will be expected to receive the 200 cubic metres of fecal matter per day. Currently, … Read More
Rwanda will host Africa’s first Silicon Valley.
Kigali the capital of Rwanda is becoming one of Africa’s fastest developing cities with groundbreaking infrastructural facilities boosting the country’s economy. The Eastern African country as of late propelled Africa’s first electronic cross fringe exchange stage in collaboration with Alibaba Group’s Electronic World … Read More
Welcome to the era of MADE IN AFRICA.
Yes!!! Rwanda is changing the narrative of Africa. Smartphones in Africa will soon lose its “Made in China” label; as Rwanda recently launched Africa’s first ever smartphone manufacturing plant in Kigali.
In a bid to focus on ICT and also becoming a … Read More
Why are they going back to their old railways after their agreement and ambitious plans for East Africa’s Standard Gauge Railway network.
In August 2013 the Presidents of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda signed a Tripartite Agreement; for the development and operation of a 1,500km-long joint Standard Gauge Rail (SGR) system; … Read More
Africa50 is an infrastructure investment platform that contributes to Africa’s growth . This is through developing and investing in bankable projects, catalyzing public sector capital, and mobilizing private sector funding, with differentiated financial returns and impact. The two-day General ShareHolder Meeting is from 9-10 july in Kigali, Rwanda.
… Read More
Master plan for New Kigali city to be unveiled in August
Plans are set in motion for the unveiling of a new Kigali city. The project is expected to lay out the city’s development roadmap for the next 30 years.
The plan which is part of Rwanda 2050 vision was … Read More
Rwanda government secure funds for the construction of a water treatment plant in the state capital.
The construction of the water treatment plant in Rwanda is been financed by The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) and it is expected to be the first Bulk Surface Water Supply in sub-Saharan Africa … Read More