Tag: Clare Akamanzi

RDB CEO on investment opportunities in Rwanda’s agriculture sector

Agriculture employs over 70 per cent of Rwanda’s population but receives relatively low investment as energy and manufacturing accounted for 75 per cent of Rwanda’s investment in 2019. Rwanda Development Board CEO, Clare Akamanzi discusses opportunities and what’s being done to increase investment in the sector.

Rwanda continues with CHOGM preparation despite coronavirus outbreak

Rwanda Development Board (RDB) today met with the Private Sector Federation to discuss various business opportunities that they will be presenting during the Commonwealth Forum that is set to take place this year in June here in Kigali. Rwanda Development Board Chief Executive, Claire Akamanzi noted that the government and private sector partners will not halt the planning and preparation process – she also added that as the plans continue, they will keep monitoring developments on the virus's trends across the world to make further decisions. She joins CNBC Africa for more.

Rwanda honours top performing companies at the Business Excellence Awards ceremony

The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) hosted the 7th edition of the Business Excellence Awards in Kigali and CNBC Africa attended the event and filed this report.

RDB CEO: Here’s how the Rwanda-PSG deal differs from Arsenal’s

CEO of Rwanda Development Board (RDB) made an announcement about a brand new partnership between Rwanda and French football Giant, Paris Saint Germain making it the country's second major deal with an international football club in 2 years. Clare Akamanzi, CEO of Rwanda Development Board joins CNBC Africa for more.

Rwanda announces lifestyle partnership with French football giant PSG

CEO of Rwanda Development Board (RDB) made an announcement about a brand new partnership between Rwanda and French football giant, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) making it the country's second major deal with an international football club in 2 years. CEO of Rwanda Development Board, Clare Akamanzi joins CNBC Africa for more.

Rwanda’s commitment to safety of tourist attractions

Rwanda is known for her remarkable safety records with the country positioned 9th in global safety rankings. Efforts to make the country’s territory safe for everyone are especially placed in tourist attractions.

RDB CEO reassures safety in Northern Rwanda

Following recent attacks on local communities in Northern Rwanda – to understand the measures taken to restore calm in the area which is home to mountain gorillas, Rwanda Development Board (RDB) CEO, Clare Akamanzi joins CNBC Africa.

Mara Phones opens its 1st smartphone manufacturing plant in Rwanda

Mara Phones has opened a smartphone manufacturing plant in Kigali, a development that is expected to improve access to public services and financial inclusion among other things.
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