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Donald  Kaberuka
Rwanda

Donald Kaberuka

Date of Birth: 05/10/1951
Place of Birth: Byumba


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A racing start in spite of the rocky finances

Like Donald Kaberuka, the Rwandan former President of the African Development Bank, Akufo-Addo argues that providing high quality education to all citizens is the best means of ending the transmission of poverty from one generation to the next...

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Amisom struggles

The former African Development Bank Chief Executive Officer, Donald Kaberuka, is now the AU High Representative for the AU Peace Fund...


At last a cabinet, and now for the policies

On the sidelines of the conference, Donald Kaberuka, former President of the African Development Bank, said the dogged defence of the naira risked creating new problems rather than solving current ones: 'As the gap widens between the official rate of the currency and the parallel, you open up opportunities for arbitrage and corrupt rent-seeking...

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No room at the top

Candidates frequently cited as possible contenders include the Secretary General of the East African Community, Richard Sezibera; Donald Kaberuka, whose second and final term as President of the African Development Bank ends this year; and the shrewd Foreign Minister, Louise Mushikiwabo...

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Kaberuka moves on

After running the African Development Bank during the longest period of sustained economic growth on the continent since the 1960s, Donald Kaberuka is preparing to hand over the bank's presidency at the annual meeting in Abidjan, which is due on 25-29 May when his second five-year term ends...


Not a popularity contest

Sufian Ahmed, the veteran economist who has held the top job in Amist Kilo for the past 20 years, has a good chance of succeeding Donald Kaberuka, whose second term at the helm of the African Development Bank ends in September (AC Vol 55 No 11, Succession scramble)...


Africa’s growth plans face stronger headwinds

This time, the difference is that Africa's economies are more resilient, with rising domestic demand and much more intra-African trading, according to Donald Kaberuka, the African Development Bank President, who leaves office next May: 'I met up with a banker for JP Morgan who told me he regrets not putting more into Africa, sooner', he told Africa Confidential...


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