Two lifeless bodies found in Bujumbura

Last Monday Burundi Internal Affairs ministry announced that two dead bodies were found in a locked building in Kamenge a suburb in Bujumbura. “The dead bodies was of a man and a woman from the same locality. The circumstances of their death are not elucidated yet. But the most plausible hypothesis would be occult...

Burundi imposes speed limit for vehicles countrywide

The Burundi ministry of Internal Affairs and Public Security has since last week started implementing the implementation of speed limits for vehicles countrywide and particularly in the country’s economic city of Bujumbura. “The Poliscans which measure the speed of vehicles within the captured area will be put in action from Tuesday,” a statement reads...

Street children, beggars given ultimatum off the streets

Burundi government has issued an ultimatum for street children and beggars to be off the streets in a two weeks’ time, the statement from the ministry of solidarity indicated that legal measures will be taken on whoever will be found begging on the streets after the given period. “To Burundians and non-nationals who’ve got...

Flood victims gets charity for Ramadan, calls for more

As Muslims marked fifteen days into fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, an organized group of Muslims in Bujumbura arranged and provided food for last year’s flood victims who were left stranded and government relocated them to Maramvya in the outskirts of the Bujumbura. “During Ramadan, we help those in need by donating...

All You Need to Know About Ramadan

The Muslim holy month is upon us once again, where A billion Muslims worldwide are celebrating it and spending it in spiritual reflection, fasting, and worship. Ramadan marks the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, but its dates change each year according to the Gregorian calendar. Here is what you need to know about Ramadan, and all...

In Photos president Ndayishimiye’s maiden tour countrywide

Accompanied by the First Lady SE Angeline Ndayishimiye, the President of the Republic SE Evariste Ndayishimiye continued his tourism campaign this Thursday January 13th visiting the National Park of Ruvubu, a tourist attraction spreading through the provinces of Muyinga and Cankuzo provinces up to the Tanzanian border on an area of 50,800 ha. After...

Q and A with the globe trotter Najmun Nahar

Najmun Nahar is the first Bengali woman whose mission is to travel 195 countries by road, carrying a Bangladesh flag in efforts to promote peace and humanity globally. Winning several awards including Recipient of International Peace Torch Bearer Award, USA, Miss Earth Queen Award, FOBANA, Nassau Coliseum USA among others. She spoke to Burundi...

Burundi, the land of Milk and Honey

Burundi also known as the Land of honey and milk is an east African Country covered by greens pastures, beautiful lakes and spring waters. The first feeling that someone would get once visiting the country is the freshness of the air that Mother Nature provides in the land. The tropical rain...

Water levels on Lake Tanganyika increases as floods hit neighbourhood

The water levels of Lake Tanganyika increased this weekend flooding to the nearby villages that caused damage to some properties and houses that are closer to the lake. Environment experts say that human-driven activities including pollution, deforestation, and unsustainable activities on the lake are among the causes of floods. “The lake...

Burundian students back home amid lockdown in Uganda

Majority of the Burundian middle class families prefer sending their children to Rwanda, Uganda or Kenya for further studies in pursuing their degrees or masters in different fields. Since the pandemic hit the East African community early this year, most of the member states have imposed measures to curb the spread of Coronavirus including...
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