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Rwanda expecting big deals at Transform Africa Summit

Rwanda has registered more than USD 150 million worth of investment in ICT projects over the last two years. The investments were courted during previous Transform Africa summits held in Rwanda's capital, Kigali. With another summit scheduled from October 19...

Rwandan girls urged to take up studies and careers in ICT

The Minister of Youth and ICT, Jean Philbert Nsengimana, has called on Rwandan girls to take up studies and careers in ICT as these offer a chance for them to enhance their skills and tackle unemployment challenges. Minister Nsengimana made...

Video Exclusive: Ericsson & Rwanda Govt. ink Smart Rwanda agreement

At an exclusive press conference, which was held at Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC), Ericsson and the Rwandan Government inked an agreement that essentially seals the deal for the upcoming Smart Rwanda project. According to Fredrik Jejdling, President of Ericsson...

Rwanda govt, Motorola in mobile deal for youth

Recognising the catalytic natures of mobile technologies in fostering Human Development, UNDP and Motorola have entered into a partnership to address some of these challenges and further stimulate the diffusion of mobile initiatives on a larger scale. In Rwanda, there...

YouthConnekt Hangout offers Rwanda’s youngsters a forum

Young people in Rwanda are urged to take part in different debates by following live on Youtube, a bi-monthly YouthConnekt Hangout programme and share their views through social networks. The youth discuss different topics that are aimed at finding solutions...

Africa’s ICT stakeholders heading to Rwanda

Rwanda will host the Transform Africa 2013 Summit from the 28 to 31 October 2013. This pan African ICT and ICT for development event bring together more than one thousand participants from Africa and beyond representing various sectors including...
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Why is Closing The Cybersecurity Gender Gap Critical?

2024 signifies a seminal moment in South African history. Not only does it mark three decades since the first...
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