Posted on :Wednesday , 18th December 2019
Rwanda and Qatar Airways have signed an airport deal that will see the two parties set up a joint venture to build, own, and operate the new airport in the district of Bugesera.
The airline has agreed to take a 60 percent stake in a new $1.3bn international airport in Rwanda, the state-run Rwanda Development Board said on Twitter. The second part of the deal was a share purchase agreement. . .
Posted on :Saturday , 25th May 2019
After successfully launching construction of Africa’s biggest tech hubs Kigali Innovation City, Rwanda is approaching to a cleaner environment with the Green City project in the capital Kigali in 2020. Rwanda is planning to construct a green city on 620 hectares in Kinyinya Sector, Gasabo District as an approach to achieve a cleaner and safer environment.
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Posted on :Friday , 24th May 2019
The second edition of Build Expo was opened on Wednesday May 23rd by the Minister of Infrastructure, Hon. Ambassador Claver Gatete, at the Kigali Convention Centre. The event attracted a number of distinguished guests from all walks of life including ambassadors from other countries, foreign ministers, members of the public and private sector and media.
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Posted on :Wednesday , 17th April 2019
The construction industry contributes more than seven per cent to Rwanda’s national GDP. Big projects for example, the Bugesera airport project, have kicked off well while many others are in the pipeline. There is still demand for retail space while more projects are coming up. Although the demand and supply sides are yet to be reconciled, the increasing capital spending by the priv. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 10th April 2019
The construction sector in Rwanda is experiencing a huge boost due to the population growth rate of 2.7% annually. The growing demand in the construction and real estate sectors is being experienced by Rwanda on a massive scale.
Every year 28 thousand and 35 thousand housing and commercial units are in demand within Kigali; struggling to meet this need are the developers.
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