Rwandan Franc


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Rwandan Franc

The currency of Rwanda. It was introduced in 1964, replacing the Rwanda and Burundi franc. The proposed East African shilling may replace the franc.
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22 ("Any person guilty of getting married while there still exist a valid marriage contract between him/her and someone else shall be liable to imprisonment of three (3) years to five (5) years and a fine between three hundred thousand (300,000 Rwf) Rwandan francs and five hundred thousand (500,000 Rwf) Rwandan francs.").
The price of diesel rose by 2.2 per cent, while unleaded gasoline rose by 2.6 pe r cent, selling at 920 Rwandan francs per liter, the Rwandan government said in a statement.
A customer having Rwandan francs on the card can individually make exchange into foreign currencies following steps recommended during the first time picking the Multicurrency Prepaid card.
Avega gave the group 56,000 Rwandan francs (pounds 85) to start-up the business.
According to Mr Marc Rugenera, the new Finance Minister, 154 parcels containing freshly printed banknotes worth between 10 and 30 billion Rwandan Francs (US$30-90m) were taken from the Rwandan National Bank.