Date: 17th-October 2008
The World Bank, in its Doing Business in 2009 report ranks Rwanda as one of the top 20 reformers on a global basis. Besides Rwanda, other African countries that are reforming their business environment faster include Botswana, Liberia, Senegal and Burkina Faso.
Rwanda reformed its business environment to such an extent that it climbed an impressive 9 places in the 2009 Doing Business index.
The Ambassador of Rwanda in South Africa, His Excellency Mr. Eugene Munyakayanza, is a guest speaker at the upcoming Intra-Africa Business Executive Breakfast on Thursday, 23 October 2008 at the Hilton Hotel, 138 Rivonia Road in Sandton. He will enlighten delegates on why Rwanda is increasingly becoming the new frontier of business opportunities in Africa. Moreover, he will highlight the key business sectors that have been identified by the Rwandan government to further spur this country’s economic growth.
Mr. Ntsekhe Moiloa, an economist at Argon Asset Management with extensive knowledge of Africa.
His presentation will focus on macro-economic forecast: Central Africa region.
Ntsekhe has been a regular contributor to various media. He has regularly given economic and business insight on Africa, on both radio and television broadcasts reaching throughout the African continent, and also to the print media. Within the past month he has also presented a course to senior personalities in the Zambian pension funds industry on various facets of pension funds management.
Intra-Africa Business Executive Breakfast Meeting : A platform where South African- based businesses with broader African strategies can be educated about the rest of the continent, its economic performance; and most importantly be informed of various business possibilities that may be available.