RURA’s Responsibility in transport sector is to set up regulations and guidelines and ensures the compliance by operators leading to enabling environment and sector development. These regulations and guidelines coupled with ICT applications have transformed tremendously the service delivery in the transport sector.
Water and Sanitation Sector
The responsibility of RURA in achieving the National Strategy for Transformation (NST) targets is to regulate water supply and sanitation services which include water supply in urban and rural areas, liquid waste collection and transportation, decentralized wastewater treatment systems, cleaning, solid waste collection and transportation, hazardous waste management as well as waste recycling.
The Law N°59/2017 OF 24/1/2018 Governing Radiation Protection in Rwanda, especially in Article 4, gives RURA the mandate to regulate radiation materials including nuclear energy. It clearly indicates that the regulatory functions for radiation protection are performed by the Regulatory Authority in an independent, impartial and transparent manner.
RURA Annual Report Summary Monday, 08 October, 2018
Active Mobile Telephone Subscriptions for August 2018 Friday, 21 September, 2018
Active Mobile Telephone Subscriptions as of July 2018 Tuesday, 14 August, 2018
Press Release: New Electricity-End User Tariffs Friday, 10 August, 2018
Sri Lanka Defence Service Command and Staff College visit to RURA Friday, 10 August, 2018