When opened the office will be the 36th representative office the company has world-wide.
Government in Rwanda has subsidised data for residents, allowing more people to use the internet.
To actively bring the internet to more people, small businesses need a financial push – which is why Microsoft set aside $1 billion.
The little nipper can be flown almost anywhere, racing along at 100 km/h.
120 high school girls will be heading to Rwanda for a month-long programme that aims to equip them with skills in several scientific and artistic fields.
The Regional Scholarship and Innovation Fund was launched to strengthen research and innovation in Africa.
R22m set aside for an awareness campaign about digital switchover in next month.
Women entrepreneurs targeted for innovative rural spaza shop.
Big sprint to the finish for country’s ambitious Vision 2020 programme.
At least two billion people world wide still can’t connect to the internet at an affordable price.
TechWomen is looking for women from South Africa and the Middle East to visit and learn from some of the world’s biggest tech companies.
Safaricom earlier this month announced that roaming calls between Kenya and Rwanda will be slashed by more than half the cost
Seventy eight women in tech from the Middle East and Africa were chosen for the TechWomen month-long programme.
Learners across South Africa will use the LEAP MP3 players without the need for electricity.
An initiative by the GSMA and a number of partners will make health care more accessible to Sub-Saharan African women and children.
How a humble healthcentre has helped to change life and culture on a small island in the DRC.
Surf and drive between the capital and Kampala.