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(eTN) - Rwanda’s government yesterday presented a new draft tourism bill to parliament, aimed to strengthen the sector through better regulations and legal provisions.
(eTN) - Information was confirmed from a regular source in Kigali, that the Rwanda Development Board’s Tourism and Conservation Department will grade at least 30 more hotels this year, following the
(eTN) - The Tourism Chamber, part of the Private Sector Federation in Rwanda, has recently completed a field study aimed at establishing service levels and competence among staff encountered in off th
(eTN) - In a remarkable departure from common practice among African states, Rwanda just declared that come January 1 ALL African nationals will be issued visa on arrival, sparing them the often cumbe
(eTN) - Today is a significant day in Rwanda, as work will get underway for another first, where Rwanda takes the lead in the region and on the continent, with teams going out into the field, especial
KIGALI, Rwanda - In line with its expansion plans, the national carrier, RwandAir, has unveiled a new Board of Directors who will steer the airline forward under the chairmanship of the newly-appointe
(eTN) - The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) for Tourism and Conservation, has concluded the first phase of the East Africa-wide grading and classifying of hotels, resorts, lodges, and other hospitality
(eTN) - This morning will see the launch of RwandAir’s 13th destination, and already those with superstitious tendencies may be advocating for 12A or 14 instead, but 13 it is and a lucky number by t
(eTN) - Effective November 21, RwandAir will launch a new flight schedule, which will reflect their newly-acquired capabilities with having two long-range B737-800 on their fleet by then.
(eTN) - The Rwanda Development Board’s (RDB) Tourism and Conservation Division earlier in the week released their latest data on the trends the tourism industry has taken in 2011.
(eTN) - The opening last week of Rwanda’s first "canopy walk" at the Nyungwe National Park has heralded in a period of intense work to create more infrastructure across the forest park, all aimed to