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Burundi: ‘Rwanda allegations constitute propaganda to camouflage the real problem’

Tension between Burundi and Rwanda has intensified with now the two capitals writing communiques in regarding to the recent comments made by president Evariste Ndayishimiye during his visit in Democratic Republic of Congo.

Angeline: More assessment needed on domestic workers

Burundi’s First Lady Angeline Ndayishimiye has called on companies that are involved in taking Burundian women to

EALA to cooperate with ATT to eradicate illicit trade of weapons

The East African Community Legislative Assembly (EALA) is set to cooperate with the International committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to advocate for the partner states to ratify the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) aimed at preventing, and eradicating the illicit trade in Conventional arms and prevent their diversion in the East African Community.

28 years of Burundi national unity.

28 years since Burundians voted for the charter of national unity in a referendum conducted on February 1991

EABC: Burundi’s intra-regional trade declines by 4%

According to the latest figures released by the East African Business Council Burundi’s trade with the East African Community member states declined by 4.1%...

Strength of women in Burundi’s peace building process

There are several politicians and former presidents of Burundi who are considered as the country’s Democracy, peace and Independence heroes.

Burundi qualify for their first ever AFCON

Burundi have qualified for their first ever Africa Cup of Nations thanks to a 1-1 draw with Gabon, who will not join them in Egypt later this year.