On parle du Burundi

Bujumbura (Capitale du Burundi) est probablement la seule ville touristique où l’on peut visiter un parc le matin, avoir un rendez-vous d’affaires à 11h en ville, déjeuner dans un restaurant chic à 13h et terminer l’après-midi à la plage. J’adore cette ville pour plusieurs raisons …

Sandra Idossou, The ServiceMag, Jun-Août 2014


…Burundi has shown great promise in fostering a modern economy which will create jobs and help to eradicate poverty. Now a member of the East African Community (EAC), Burundi is stepping up its regional trade and continuing to improve its business climate.

The European Times


Burundi is rising and growing and making a determined progression looking forward to a better and brighter future. This East African nation continues to show a lot of promise in almost all spheres of its economy and has over the last few years continued to attract both regional and international investors –many of whom are attracted by the country’s new economic policies and a stable political climate.

Dennis GATHANJU, Beautiful Burundi, The Beating Heart of Africa. Page 11