Rwanda’s High Commissioner to the Commonwealth of Australia on Wednesday, September 9, presented his letter of credence to General David Hurley, Governor-General of Australia, in a virtual ceremony. A statement from Rwanda’s High Commission in Singapore noted that Amb Uwihanganye conveyed warm greetings from the President Paul Kagame and appreciation for the warm bilateral relations between Australia and Rwanda. The High Commissioner also expressed commitment […]
9 September 2020 Ambassador Jean de Dieu Uwihanganye, High Commissioner of the Republic of Rwanda to the Commonwealth of Australia presented his Letter of Credence to His Excellency General David Hurley, Governor-General of Australia, in a virtual Ceremony on Wednesday 9 September 2020. In his speech addressed to Governor-General Hurley, High Commissioner Jean de Dieu Uwihanganye conveyed warm greetings from the President of the […]
The Singapore Business Federation (SBF) Tuesday, August 25, conducted a Rwanda-focused webinar to explore business opportunities in Rwanda, attracting business leaders and top executives from both sides. The virtual conference attracted over 40 Singaporean firms and more than 190 viewers via a live broadcast on Facebook. The federation provided an overview of the Rwandan economy, as well as business and investment opportunities for the Singaporean […]
25th August 2020 A Rwanda-focused webinar on ‘Understanding the Market developments and Opportunities in Rwanda’ was held today to provide an overview of the economy, business and investment opportunities in Rwanda for the Singapore business community. This webinar, organized as part of the GlobalConnect@SBF, was an initiative of the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) in partnership with Rwanda High Commission, Enterprise Singapore, Private Sector Federation […]
The Africa Conference aims to bring to this virtual platform opportunities to use Africa as a sourcing and manufacturing base. it aims to start conversations for tangible business outcomes amongst businesses to leverage on untapped potential on the African continent. In this introductory conference, we bring you the six African countries with diplomatic representation in Singapore: Angola, Egypt, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Register […]
Save the date: 12 August 2020 at 7pm (GMT+8)! Judge Aimé Muyoboke Karimunda, who represented Rwanda during the signing ceremony of the Singapore Convention on Mediation last year, will be speaking about Rwanda and the Convention in this seminar hosted by International Mediation Institute – IMI and Singapore International Mediation Institute. Register your virtual seat here!
Save the date: 25 August 2020 at 4pm (GMT+8)! Co-organised with Enterprise Singapore, Singapore Business Federation, Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and Private Sector Federation Rwanda PSF, this webinar will provide an update on Rwanda’s economy, latest market developments, sectoral opportunities, as well as information on how companies can enter the Rwandan market. Register your virtual seat at https://us02web.zoom.us/…/register/WN__DALP77-RDO09CFEefCsuw!
The Rwandan Community in Perth Australia on Saturday, August 8 came together to celebrate Umuganura along with the wider African and Australian community. With the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions being eased in Western Australia, the event was attended by over 150 people while observing social distancing and other Covid-19 prevention measures. The event was attended by the Australian community, West Australian Police Force and the Organization of African […]
1st July 2020 His Excellency Jean de Dieu Uwihanganye, High Commissioner of the Republic of Rwanda to New Zealand presented his Letter of Credence to Her Excellency the Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy, Governor-General of New Zealand, in a virtual Ceremony on Monday 30 June 2020. In his speech addressed to Governor-General Reddy, Ambassador Jean de Dieu Uwihanganye conveyed warm greetings from the President […]
Finance and Economic Planning Minister, Uzziel Ndagijimana Monday presented the final budget to the lawmakers in which the government will spend Rwf3.2 trillion in the 2020/2021 fiscal year. The government spending will be aligned with the economic recovery plan for the next two to three years, and the country’s seven-year transformation strategy for 2017-2024. All MPs present, including senators and deputies, approved the finance bill. […]