Bwa mbere mu mateka abatwara taxi voiture bafashijwe gushyira mu muhanda imodoka nshya, nyuma y’inguzanyo bahawe na Banki ya Kigali nta ngwate basabwe.
The Financial Times and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, have launched the sixth edition of the FT/IFC Transformational Business Awards.
Fast Company‘s third annual World Changing Ideas Awards drew nearly 2,000 submissions across 17 categories
Rwanda’s “boda boda”–motorcycle taxi–industry is huge, with 20,000 on the roads compared to 600 taxis.
Yego Innovision, an ICT solutions company based in Kigali, Rwanda has been shortlisted in the 2019 Global Mobile Awards, the company announced in a statement to this website
APPSAFRICA 2018 -Best mobility solution in africa
AFRICACOM 2018 -Best IOT Product/Solution of the year
Yego launches Rwanda’s first centralised telephone booking system for Taxi Cabs and Motorcycle Taxis23 Nov, 2018
Yego Innovision today launched Yego 9191, Rwanda’s first centralised booking system for Car and Motorcycle Taxis.
Andrew Fassnidge, founder of the AppsAfrica.com awards, said, “Yego is an outstanding example of how a new disruptive service, launched and tested in Rwanda, can revolutionise the mobility sector across the continent, using innovative technology to create employment and delivering revenue for Governments.
I congratulate Karanvir Singh, Yego’s CEO and founder, for his drive and determination and look forward to seeing continued growth across the continent.”