Kayonza: Nyuma yo guhagarika ubugira gatatu inyubako ya Sacco ya Karambi yarashyize iruzura

Kayonza: Nyuma yo guhagarika ubugira gatatu inyubako ya Sacco ya Karambi yarashyize iruzura

Sacco y’Umurenge wa Murundi ikimara kugaba ishami mu kagari ka Karambi yatangiye gukorera mu nzu y’inkodeshanyo, ariko iyo nzu ngo ikaba itaratangaga icyizere ku mutekano w’amafaranga y’abaturage nk’uko abanyamuryango b’iyo Sacco bakunze kubivuga. Ibyo byatumye bishyira hamwe batangira gukusanya amafaranga yo kubaka inyubako Sacco ya bo yakoreramo, bitewe n’uko bari baramaze kwemererwa ikibanza n’ubuyobozi bw’akarere ka Kayonza. Gusa nyuma y’igihe gito batangiye kubaka ubuyobozi bw’umurenge wa Murundi bwarabahagaritse bubasaba kubanza gushaka icyangombwa cy’ubwo butaka ariko bo bakomeza kubaka kuko bemezaga ko babuhawe bakanahabwa icyangombwa cyo kubwubakaho. Tariki 11/11/2014 Ubuyobozi bw’akarere ka Kayonza na bwo bwongeye kubahagarika ubugira kabiri, maze umuyobozi w’ako karere wungirije wungirije ushinzwe ubukungu n’iterambere ry’imari, Sikubwabo Benoît, ababwira ko bazongera kubaka ari…

Rwanda currency to weaken on dollar demand

Central bank Governor: John Rwangombwa

The national bank of Rwanda (BNR) expects the local currency to weaken by five percent this year but said there was little cause for concern, and warned that the bank would crack down on speculative trade by forex bureaus. John Rwangombwa, the governor central bank noted that the franc, which has lost about 4 percent to the dollar since January, has lost ground due to the global dollar strength and a high import bill. The franc has fared better than regional currencies – the Ugandan shilling has lost about 23 percent against the dollar this year, while Kenyan shilling has weakened about 12 percent. “We expect the depreciation to be around 5 percent. There is…

Kigali City contributes Rwf 25 million to Agaciro Development Fund

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In an effort to contribute towards Agaciro Development Fund, the city of Kigali employees extended Rwf 25 million through theMinistry ofFinance and Economic Planning (Minecofin). Speaking at the handover this week, the mayor of Kigali city,FideleNdayisaba said that employees   have beenputting aside part of their salary in order tocontribute to the development fund, a noble move to dignify the country. “We are committed to keep on contributing to this sovereign wealth fund every year as part of dignifying our nation and protecting the future generation,” Mayor Ndayisaba said while handing over the cheque. The fund is the country’s first solidarity fund that was started in 2011 by Rwandans as one way of improving the level…

Nyaruguru: Umukene kurusha abandi niwe ukeneye kubitsa kurusha abandi – Guverineri Munyantwari

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Guverineri w’intara y’Amajyepfo Munyantwari Alphonse aributsa abaturage bo mu karere ka Nyaruguru ko umuco wo kuzigama ugomba kubaranga bose ariko cyane cyane abakene bakaba aribo babitsa kuko aribo babikeneye kurusha abandi. Aha Guverineri Munyantwari agereranya kuzigama n’ubwisungane kuko ngo mu kuzigama abafite ubushobozi bwinshi ndetse n’abafite buke bose babihuriraho, kandi bikabazamura. Guverineri Munayantwari rero akavuga ko umuturage ufite ubushobozi buke akiye kwitabira ubwo bwisungane, bityo abafite ubushobozi buruta ubwe bakamuzamura. Agira ati:” Ntacyo wageraho utagize icyo wigomwa. Iyo tuzigama tuba duteganya gufata inguzanyo, tukongera tukayishyura ibyo nibyo nita ubwisungane. Ntiwavuga rero ngo ufite integer nke, ahubwo iyo wumva ko ufite ubushobozi buke wajya wazigama kugirango ushobore kugira icyo ugeraho”. N’ubwo bamwe mu baturage bavuga ko…

Nyamagabe: Amatsinda yo kwizigama no kugurizanya yateje imbere abaturage

Nyamagabe: Amatsinda yo kwizigama no kugurizanya yateje imbere abaturage

Amatsinda yo kwizigama no kugurizanya yateje imbere abaturage, aho abaturage bishyira hamwe bakizigama amafaranga, yagwira buri munyamuryango akabasha guhabwa inguzanyo yo gukoresha igikorwa kibyara inyungu. Itsinda abadacogora ryo kwizigama no kugurizanya abaturage bizigama buri cyumweru amafaranga 250 angana n’umugabane umwe, kugeza ku mafaranga 1000 angana n’imigabane 4 bitewe n’ubushobozi bwa buri muturage. twaganiriye n’abagize iri itsinda rikorera mu mudugudu wa Nyamirambo, akagari ka Ngoma, umurenge wa Cyanika, batangazako bikuye mu bukene n’imiryango ubu bakaba bageze ku kigero gishimishije. Uwitwa Verena Mukankundiye akaba yaradutangarije ko mbere yari umubyeyi wirirwa mu rugo, ibyo ahinze agasarura ntibimugirire akamaro, ariko ko aho agereye mu itsinda ubuzima bwe bwahindutse. Yagize ati: “aho ngereye mu itsinda nagujije amafaranga ibihumbi 15, nguramo…

Rwanda inflation rises in June on higher food prices

Rwanda inflation rises in June on higher food prices

The country’s consumer price  index  which is used to gauge inflation increase recorded 2.8  percent increase  year on year  in June, 2015 up from 2.2  percent in May, driven by  increase in prices of  food. The national Institute of statics of Rwanda-NISR indicated that inflation for “Food and non- alcoholic beverages increased by 2.9 percent in June on year on year basis while Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels rose by 4.5, transport increased by 1.5, while inflation for Restaurant and Hotels rose by 3.6 percent. “Similar to the previous month, this upward movement in June 2015 followed notably the ongoing increase in year on year “food inflation” and “Housing, water, electricity, gas and…

Microfinances: Plus de 10 milliards de Frws de crédits n’ont pas été remboursés

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La recherche sur l’état du crédit auprès des microfinances au Rwanda montre qu’à ce jour, 10 milliards de Frws Rwandais donnés comme crédits n’ont pas encore été remboursés. Ces études ont montré tous les handicaps qui se dressent devant ces institutions de microfinance qui abandonnent les procès si onéreux en termes de temps. « Au Rwanda nous accusons un taux de non remboursement de 7.2%, contrairement aux autres pays de la communauté de l’Afrique de l’Est où ce taux est plus ou moins élevé. Au Burundi, c’est plus de 10% et en Tanzanie c’est 8.5%. D’après les instructions de la BNR, ce taux aurait dû tomber à 5% », a indiqué Peter Rwema, dirigeant national…

Kamonyi : Plus de 50 participants à l’expo organisée par JADF pour échanger de l’expérience vers le développement

Plus de 50 participants à l’expo organisée par JADF pour échanger de l’expérience vers le développement

  JADF (Joint Action Développement Forum) du District de  Kamonyi a organisé une exposition de trois jours, du 26 au 28 Juin 2015, de 8h à 18h.  Elle a été organisée dans le but d’échanger l’expérience et améliorer les services. Cette exposition s’est tenue au marché de Bishenyi dans le Secteur de Runda. Et elle a réuni 51 participants dont les coopératives, les organisations non-gouvernementales qui font les activités qui visent les intérêts publics, les sociétés financières, les banques, ainsi que, le secteur prive opérant dans le District de Kamonyi. Pasteur Jean Marie Vianney  Mukeshimana, de l’église Presbytérienne au Rwanda et coordinateur de JADF (Joint Action Developpement Forum ) du District de Kamonyi, a fait…

BPR shareholders to lose stake

BPR shareholders to lose stake

Thousands of Shareholders in Banque Populaire du Rwanda (BPR) are to lose their shares in the Bank if they don’t register by this month’s deadline of July 18. Ephraim Turahirwa, the BPR chief executive officer said there are 590,292 shareholders as per the lender’s articles of association, “most of whom have ‘unknowingly’ owned shares in the bank”. The bank started as co-operatives in 1975, and transformed to a commercial bank in 2008. “Some of the shareholders died during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, others due to natural causes. Therefore, there is a large number of people out there with shares in BPR, but are not aware of this fact,” Turahirwa stated. He said many…

Financial sector resilient-Rwangombwa

Financial sector resilient-Rwangombwa

The country’s financial sector has gone through a transformation process towards being a more resilient and stable which creates many opportunities for global investors, says John Rwangombwa, the governor of the National Bank Rwanda (BNR). The Central Bank Chief who was speaking at a news conference shortly after BNR quarterly Financial Stability Committee (FSC) and Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meetings noted that Rwanda’s financial industry remains sound and stable and even shown signs of growth in what have continued to be troubled economic times. “There is a need to continue strengthening the supervisory functions to support the development of financial institutions and ensure diversification of financial products,” he said. Rwangombwa stated that, MPC decided to…