More Women for Rwanda's New Cabinet

President Paul Kagame's cabinet reshuffle saw the inclusion of 10 women, equivalent to 35 percent, which is well over the constitutional minimum requirement.

  • Rwanda:  New Ministers Outline Priorities

    The New Times, 27 February 2013

    The New cabinet ministers, who took oath of office on Tuesday, are set to energise their respective sectors. The ministers, who seperately spoke to The New Times, outlined ... read more »

President Paul Kagame (file photo).

  • Rwanda:  It Is a Growth-Oriented Reshuffle

    The New Times, 26 February 2013

    President Paul Kagame, on Monday, shook up his cabinet, with changes that directly affected seven ministries, including Education, Infrastructure, Finance, Natural Resources and ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Six New Members Are Appointed to Rwanda's Cabinet

    Government of Rwanda, 26 February 2013

    President Paul Kagame presided over the swearing in ceremony in Parliament of six new cabinet members following a reshuffle of cabinet. read more »

  • Rwanda:  Stand Up for Yourselves, Kagame Urges Ministers

    Rwanda Focus, 26 February 2013

    President Paul Kagame has called on Cabinet members to join efforts and work together as one way to achieve the country's aspiration. "The first responsibility is to work as a team ... read more »

  • Rwanda:  Kagame Urges Team Work As New Ministers Are Sworn in

    The New Times, 26 February 2013

    President Paul Kagame has tasked new ministers, who were sworn in yesterday, to work with other members of the Cabinet in order to develop the country. read more »

  • Rwanda:  New Faces in the Cabinet - Who Is Who

    The New Times, 26 February 2013

    Oda Gasinzigwa - Minister of Family and Gender Promotion in the Office of the Prime Minister. read more »

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