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RURARwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency (Kigali, Rwanda)
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RURA Jack Smedley, Steven Blake, Adam Brown, David Foley
Rura partnered with the cooperatives to develop rules and regulations that were fully and continuously implemented to streamline the sector.
What is left is work around achieving customer satisfaction by enforcing that the waiting time strictly remain in the five to 10 minutes maximum on short and truck routes respectively," Mr Emmanuel Katabarwa, head of Rura transport department said in an earlier interview.
The RURA, funded at substantial completion with $66 million, will provide additional liquidity against revenue shortfalls in the early years.
Artists on the billing include RURA, from Scotland, Jamie Smith Mabon, Linda Griffiths and Sorela, from Wales, and dancers Perree Bane, from the Isle of Man.
They also join a select club of winners, which includes leading acts such as Karine Polwart, Breabach, Rura and The Chair.
Music Arena -Line-up includes Dougie MacLean, Julie Fowlis, Rura, The Deadly Winters, Siobhan Wilson, Saor Patrol, Treacherous Orchestra, Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire and Ross Ainslie and Jarlaith Henderson.
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Rwanda's Utilities and Regulatory Agency (RURA) has calculated that prepaid mobile subscribers make up more than 80% of Rwanda's telecom market.
The performers have been joined at the top of the bill by folk band Rura, featuring Cullen fiddle player Jack Smedley.
Other headliners are Anxo Lorenzo from Galicia, Rura from Scotland, along with Nancy Kerr and the Sweet Visitor Band, Melrose Quartet and another BBC Folk Awards winner from this year, Sam Kelly.