The government owns the only affordable printing facility in Rwanda, and it frequently denies service to critical newspapers, according to Freedom House
Most newspapers are printed in Uganda, where printing costs are much cheaper. In June 2013, security forces reportedly seized copies of three Rwandan newspapers—Impamo, Rushyashya, and Intego—in Gatuna, a town on the Ugandan border where they had been printed. The newspapers were released for distribution three days later and only after the outlet owners agreed to stop reporting on speculation that Kagame would amend the constitution to allow him to run for a third term as president.
The press freedom institution also specified that market entry for media outlets remains expensive, but the government has eliminated taxes on imported media equipment and removed the sales tax on domestic media materials in order to decrease costs and spur future investment.
Source: Freedom House