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Vincent Bolloré’s Vivendi brings Canal Olympia to Rwanda

Vincent Bolloré’s Vivendi brings Canal Olympia to Rwanda

The Vivendi group, owned by businessman Vincent Bolloré, is set to launch its sixteenth entertainment venue in sub-Saharan Africa on Thursday 3 December in Kigali.

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            ▪ Vincent Bolloré’s Vivendi brings Canal Olympia to Rwanda

▪ The Vivendi group, owned by businessman Vincent Bolloré, is set to launch its sixteenth entertainment venue in sub-Saharan Africa on Thursday 3 December in Kigali.

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02/12/2020 at 14h18, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 03/12/2020

The leisure complex, which principally comprises a 300-seat cinema and an outdoor stage, is located on the Rebero Hill, around 5 km south of the Rwandan capital’s centre. This is the second site to be opened by Canal Olympia, a subsidiary of French group Vivendi, in an anglophone country following last month’s cinema launch in Abuja, Nigeria, as well as being the first in the Great Lakes region. The cost of the construction is estimated at around €500,000 and includes, in addition to buildings, their electricity supply, to be provided by solar panels.

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