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Abantu bagera kuri 54% nibo bari mu gihe cyo gukora, Ese leta izabobonera akazi cg ifungure ubucuruzi?

Dukomeje kugenda twumva abantu bavuga ngo ibintu biri  kugorana muri iyi minsi mu gihugu cyacu, nanjye wandika ibi ndagenda mbyemera mo gake gake kuko ubuzima buragenda buzamuka umunsi kuwundi kd aho dukura ni hake. Hari bimwe na bimwe ubuyobozi bugenda bukora umunsi kuwundi ariko hari n'ibindi mbona birengagiza n'impamvu batanga zikaba zitumvika, munyumve izi mpamvu ntabwo zumvikana kuri njye. Ubu mu Rwanda tugeze kuri miliyoni hafi 13.5 z'abantu nkuko imibare ibigaragaraza abantu barenga 54% babarirwa mu myaka hagati ya 16 kugera kuri 64 nibo bari mu kazi cg bageze mu gihe cyo gushaka akazi. Mubigaragarira amaso uyu mubare w'abantu ni munini ntabwo leta yabaha akazi bose ngo izababonere akazi ahubwo hakenewe n'abafatanyabikorwa mu bucuruzi kugirango uyu mubare ugabanuke nibura mu byifuzo nyanjye ugere nko kuri 1%. Ariko se byakorwa gute? Icyambere hari ibyo leta igomba guhindura mu buryo rusange aho buri wese akora uko ashoboye n'uko imbaraga ze zingana, uti g

Icyo nakuye mu Kiganiro PSF yagiranye ninzego za leta zireba iby'ubucuruzi ku Musoro ubangamye

Nkunda gukurikirana ibiganiro bya Youtube channel ya Mama Urwagasabo, uyu munsi narebyeho mbona hariho umutwe w'iyo nkuru ivuga ngo:"ABACURUZI NTIBAVUGA RUMWE NA #RWANDA_REVENUE (RRA) KU IZAMUKA RY'UMUSORO" gutyo mu nyuguti nkuru bintera amatsiko ndavuga nti reka ntere agatebe nyumve rwose dore ko ari ku cyumweru ntakiri bundangaze ngo nsigare. Byatangiye numva umuyobozi arimo asaba abo bacuruzi kuvugisha ukuri abibutsa ko ari umuco w'abanyarwanda kuvuga ukuri no kuvuga ibintu uko biri nta guca ku ruhande! Nuko nanjye numva koko ibi biteye amatsiko yo kumva ibyaribyo ndicara ndatimaza nubwo aba bana bansakurije ariko nageregeje rwose gukurikira, ndumva nzongera nkumva iki kiganiro hanyuma nsesengure neza ibyo numvise. Hari ibibazo byinshi ariko ndaza kuvuga kuri bibiri cg bitatu njye nabonyemo kd birashoboka ko aribyo bitugose nk'abanywanda kuko biri ahantu henshi mu ngeri zitandukanye kd bishobora kuba imbogamizi mu mizamukire y'ubukungu bwacu. Ibyo bibaz

A Comparative Look: Cash Investments by China and the USA in East Africa

Cash investments by global powers have shaped East Africa's economic landscape. In this blog post, we will compare the tangible cash investments made by China and the United States over the past ten years, highlighting the respective amounts of financial contributions and their implications for the region's development. China's Cash Investments  China has emerged as a significant investor in East Africa, committing substantial amounts of cash to various sectors. Over the past decade, Chinese investments in the region have reached impressive levels, with an estimated total investment of around $25 billion. These cash inflows have been predominantly directed toward infrastructure projects such as railways, ports, and energy development. China's investments have played a crucial role in fostering economic growth, regional integration, and job creation, making it a prominent player in East Africa's development journey. USA's Cash Investments  The United States has a

Unleashing Entrepreneurial Potential: Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Rwanda

Rwanda, known for its impressive economic growth and business-friendly environment, offers a range of opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs. In this blog post, we will explore the fertile ground for entrepreneurship in Rwanda, highlighting key sectors, government initiatives, and support systems that fuel innovation and economic development. Innovation and Technology  Rwanda is rapidly emerging as a hub for innovation and technology in East Africa. The government has implemented initiatives to promote digital transformation and attract tech startups. The Kigali Innovation City, various tech hubs, and incubation programs provide a conducive ecosystem for entrepreneurs to develop their ideas and launch innovative ventures. The country's commitment to the digital economy, e-governance, and smart cities creates opportunities for entrepreneurs in sectors such as fintech, e-commerce, renewable energy, and agri-tech. Tourism and Hospitality  Rwanda's thriving tourism industry prese

Transforming East Africa: The Region's 5 Biggest Mega Projects

East Africa is witnessing a surge in mega projects poised to reshape the region's infrastructure, economy, and overall development. In this blog post, we will explore five of the most significant mega projects currently underway in East Africa, highlighting their significance and potential impact. 1. Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor  The LAPSSET Corridor is a transformative infrastructure project spanning Kenya, South Sudan, and Ethiopia. It aims to enhance regional connectivity through the development of ports, railways, roads, and oil pipelines. The project will facilitate trade, promote economic growth, and foster closer integration among the participating countries, unlocking the region's vast potential. 2. Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) ( The SGR is a major railway project connecting Kenya's port city of Mombasa with the capital, Nairobi, and beyond. It is part of a larger vision to extend the railway network to neighboring countries such as Ug