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Market Fees

  • Legal reference

Presidential order N25/01 of 09/07/2012 establishing the list of fees and other charges levied by decentralised entities and determining their threshold, article 4.

  • Who pay?

Market fees are charged to a trader who sells goods or services in a place designed by the competent authority.

  • Tariff

The threshold of market fees is fixed by the district Council considering the size of the designated area and nature of the goods sold. The market fees are paid on monthly basis per stall and fixed as follows:

Town(RwF/ Stall)

Trading Centre(RwF/Stall)

Rural (RwF/Stall)

Constructed Market

5,000-10,000 per stall

3,000-5,000 per stall

1,000-3,000

Unconstructed Marked

3,000-5,000

1,000-3,000

≥1,000

Illustrative example:
Gaparayi is a registered trader in Nyabugogo  market. On every Friday, he  takes part of the goods   to the newly  constructed Shyorongi  market to attract more clients outside Kigali. In Nyarugenge district, the threshold of market fees is fixed at 10,000 RwF  per month and per stall in Muhima, Nyarugenge and Gitega Sectors. The council of Rulindo district have decided to fix at 3000 RwF market fees per stall in all constructed markets across the district.

Required:
Calculate the monthly market fees to be paid by GAPARAYI.

Response:
Gaparayi will pay:

  • In Nyarugenge : 10,000 Rwf
  • In Rulindo      : 3,000 RwF

Total monthly market fees paid by GAPARAYI  13,000 RwF

Fees charged on public cemeteries

  • Legal reference

Presidential order N25/01 of 09/07/2012 establishing the list of fees and other charges levied by decentralised entities and determining their threshold, article 5.

  • Who pay?

Fees are paid per tomb by individuals who need to bury their relatives.

  • Tariff

Fees charged per tomb range between 500 and 5,000 depending on area which the cemetery is located.

  • Point to note

The district council determine the area considered as public cemetery.

Fees charged on parking

  • Legal reference

Presidential order N 25/01 of 09/07/2012 establishing the list of fees and other charges levied by decentralised entities and determining their threshold, article 6.

  • Who pay?

The parking fees are paid by any person who parks his/her vehicle in parking lots determined by a decentralized entity  

  • Tariff

Parking fees are paid per category of vehicles either per hour, per day or per month.

 

Per hour(RwF)

Per Day(RwF)

Per Month(RwF)

Small vehicles and Motorcycles

            100  

                     500  

     10,000  

Small lories and minibuses

            200  

                  1,000  

     12,000  

A heavy truck without trailer, big bus and tractors

            400  

                  2,000  

     15,000  

Vehicles with a trailer and heavy machine used for construction works and road construction

          1,000  

                  5,000  

     20,000  

  • Exemption

The following vehicles do not pay parking fees when in official duties:

  • Vehicles owned by the State, its institutions and projects - when they have their identification plates;
  • Vehicles belonging to an Embassy;
  • Vehicles of the United Nations affiliated international organizations and other international organizations having specific agreement with the Government of Rwanda;
  • Special vehicles designed for disabled persons.
  • Points to note
  • Each parking must have a signpost.
  • A parking located in private plot is managed by the owner.
  • Illustrative example:

RRA is one of the institutions that owns many vehicles. The number of operational vehicles is estimated at in Kigali city. The management has decided to settle vehicles related expenses on a monthly basis to facilitate the work of the accountants and reduce paper work.
Required:
Calculate the amount of parking fees to be paid by RRA for its vehicles operating in Kigali City considering that all operational vehicles are in the category of “Small vehicles and motorcycles”.
Response:
RRA is a government institution and should not pay parking fees for its vehicles on official duty.

Fees on public parking

  • Legal reference

Presidential order N0 25/01 of 09/07/2012 establishing the list of fees and other charges levied by decentralised entities and determining their threshold, article 7.

  • Who pay?

Fees on public parking are paid by vehicles entering in the public taxi parking.

  • Tariff

Public parking fees are paid on daily basis as follows:

 

Amount per day( RwF)

Minibus capable of transporting 18 passengers and small cars used as taxis

                   <,= 500  

Bus capable of transporting between 18 and 30 passengers

             <,=    1,000  

Bus with capacity to carry between 30 and 50 passengers

 1,500-3,000

Bus and other vehicles with capacity to carry more than 50 passengers

 3,000-,5000

Vehicle not used for transporting passengers

                    200  

  • Illustrative example:

Mutake owns two Coasters capable of transporting 36 passengers each. They operate between Kigali and Kayonza, taking passengers from Remera main taxi park and Kayonza modern taxi park. In Gasabo, fees in public parking are fixed at RwF 3,000 while in Kayonza  fees are fixed at RwF 2,000 per day for this category of buses.

Required:
Calculate total public parking fees to be paid by Mutake on daily basis.

Response:
Total fees to be paid is Rwf 5,000 per day ( 2000 in Kayonza and 3000 in Gasabo)

Parking fees on boats

  • Legal reference

Presidential order N25/01 of 09/07/2012 establishing the list of fees and other charges levied by decentralised entities and determining their threshold, article 8.

  • Who pay?

Parking fees on boats are paid by boats used for profit making activities that park in a boat parking area designated by the decentralized entity.

  • Tariff

Parking fees on boats are determined by the council of decentralized entity basing on the following threshold:

Per Day(RwF)

Per Month(RwF)

Boat with capacity to carry five tones (5T)

             <,=       150  

    <,=             4,000  

Boat with capacity to carry more than five tones (5T)

             <,=       200  

   <,=               5,000  

Small boat without engine

              <,=      100  

   <,=               3,000  

  • Illustrative example

Nyamasheke district has allocated   a slot of 50 square meters as the boat parking fees. The district council has fixed the boat parking per month as follows:
Boat with engine capable to carry up 5 T .......................2,000
Boat with engine capable to carry more than 5T............3,000
Boat without engine........................................................1,000

Cooperative ABASAMBAZA owns 10 boats in 3 categories:4 boats  with engine transporting 3 tonnes each, 3 boats with engine with capacity to transport 7 tonnes each, 3 wooden small boats without engine for emergency. The cooperative management have decided to pay boat parking fees on monthly basis.

Required:

  • Calculate the monthly boat parking fees that should be paid by cooperative ABASAMBAZA.
  •  At which date these fees should be paid?

Response

1.   3 boats * 2,000 = 6,000
       4 boats * 3,000 =12,000
       3 small boats *1,000= 3,000
 Total : RwF 21,000

  • Fees should be paid before 5th of every month.
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