1. Africa AIDS conference: Healthcare leaders meet in Rwanda  Al Jazeera English
  2. The Best of Car Free Day As Rwanda Welcomes ICASA Delegates  KT Press
  3. Rwanda 'to replace oral HIV drugs with injection'  The Star, Kenya
  4. Mrs Kagame: Gender inequality still affecting the fight against HIV in Africa  The New Times
  5. President Nyusi in Kigali for ICASA  The New Times
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Mrs Kagame: Gender inequality still affecting the fight against HIV in Africa | The New Times | Rwanda

The City of Kigali is used to the Car free day, a couple of hours dedicated to mass sport to increase fitness and good health condition among the city dwellers once every month. However, on December 1,2019, the car free day was special since it coincided with celebration of World's AIDS day which

The Best of Car Free Day As Rwanda Welcomes ICASA Delegates – KT PRESS

Details of the drug are yet to be made public.Details of the drug are yet to be made public.

Rwanda 'to replace oral HIV drugs with injection'

“#50MAWSP downloadable app that aims to enable women entrepreneurs from 38 countries across #Africa start, grow and scale their businesses has been launched at the global gender summit in Kigali #Rwanda & can also be accessed via web https://t.co/HY3Npk8LAD https://t.co/saobB9KXZd”

Joy Doreen BIIRA on Twitter: "#50MAWSP downloadable app that aims to enable women entrepreneurs from 38 countries across #Africa start, grow and scale their businesses has been launched at the global gender summit in Kigali #Rwanda & can also be accessed via web https://t.co/HY3Npk8LAD https://t.co/saobB9KXZd"

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They came, they saw, but did they achieve? A year on from the Global Citizen Festival, Mandela 100 we find out. Joining CNBC Africa is Hugh Evans, co-Founder of both The Oaktree Foundation and Global Citizen, and Patrice Motsepe, co-Founder of the Motsepe Foundation and one of the executive producers of the Global Citizen Festival.

Why this African billionaire wants to give half of his fortune away - CNBC Africa

A Green City worth $4.5 billion is set to be launched in Rwanda. The city, which will be the first in Africa, is expected to be built next year.A Green City worth $4.5 billion is set to be launched in Rwanda. The city, which will be the first in Africa, is expected to be built next year.

Rwanda set to launch first-of-its-kind Green City worth $4.5 billion |

This Country Wants To Make History With Africa's First Futuristic "Green City" Worth USD 4.5 BnThis Country Wants To Make History With Africa's First Futuristic "Green City" Worth USD 4.5 Bn

This Country Wants To Make History With Africa's First Futuristic "Green City"