Rwanda’s investment potential showcase in South Africa

South Africa has played host to a conference on investment opportunities in Rwanda. The conference, in Johannesburg at the weekend, aimed to attract more investments from the host country to Rwanda.

South Africa has played host to a conference on investment opportunities in Rwanda. The conference, in Johannesburg at the weekend, aimed to attract more investments from the host country to Rwanda.

Hosted by Africa Exchange in collaboration with KPMG and the German Chamber of Commerce, the conference attracted more than 50 company representatives, who showed keen interest to invest in Rwanda’s energy, retail, real estate, health and tourism sectors.

The investors listened to presentations from Rwanda’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Vincent Karega, who was flanked by Claude Nikobisanzwe, the first secretary in the high commission, a statement said in part.

Other notable presenters included KPMG representative, Paul Runge, Managing Director of Africa Project Access, Robert Onyango, Chairman of SMRC International, Victor Kgomoeswana, among others.

The High Commission said it will pursue similar efforts in other South African cities to stimulate a shift from promise to real investment.

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