What the reopening of schools means for Rwanda’s economy

It’s been announced by the Ministry of Education that schools in Rwanda are to begin the process of reopening gradually this month through to November. New measures for the schools stipulate that student’s desks will be distanced at least a metre apart and that hours will decrease; but what does the reopening of schools, and soon even gyms, mean for the country’s economic recovery? CNBC Africa spoke with Analyst, Ted Kaberuka for more.

Mon, 05 Oct 2020 16:46:19 GMT
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