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Friday, 01-30-15, 14:06OBR Overpasses Its Provisional Target Revenue[Iwacu]According to the fourth quarterly report from October to December 2014, the Burundi Revenue Authority has collected BIF 191.3 billion, which exceeds the forecasted 176.7 billion and the BIF 138.1 billion collected in 2013. Many reasons explain the success. read more...
Thursday, 01-29-15, 16:30Court Hears an Appeal On Alleged Failure By Uganda, Kenya and Burundi to Make Individual Country Declarations in Acceptance of the Competence of the African Court On Human and Peoples' Rights[PR Newswire]Arusha, Tanzania -The East African Court of Justice Appellate Division heard an appeal filed by the Democratic Party (Appellant) against the Secretary General of the East African Community (EAC) (1st Respondent) and the Attorneys General of the Republics of Uganda (2nd Respondent), Kenya (3rd Respondent), Rwanda (4th Respondent) and Burundi (5th Respondent). read more...
Wednesday, 01-28-15, 9:54The Unusual Demonstration[Iwacu]Some years ago, demonstrations were not allowed in Burundi. On 26 January 2015 a demonstration was carried out under full security in front of the African Public Radio station. read more...
Wednesday, 01-28-15, 4:55Head of Most Popular Commercial Radio Station Arrested[RSF]Reporters Without Borders condemns leading radio journalist Bob Rugurika's arbitrary detention for the past week and the charges brought against him, which include complicity in the murder of three Italian nuns last September. read more...
Tuesday, 01-27-15, 8:41Journalist Arrested Following Investigative Report On Murder Case[MFWA]This statement was originally published on hrw.org on 22 January 2015. read more...
Tuesday, 01-27-15, 4:03EU Gives Burundi U.S. $5 Million for Polls[EA Business]Bujumbura -The European Union has set aside €8 million ($5.7 million) for the Burundi Independant National Electoral Commission (CENI) through the Ministry of Finance. read more...
Friday, 01-23-15, 13:11Businesses Suffer From the Loss of the Central Market of Bujumbura[Iwacu]After the Central Market of Bujumbura burning, businesses are moving to other parts of the city. Before the central market burning, this type of business was not common in the city districts. read more...
Friday, 01-23-15, 13:08School Insurance in Burundi[Iwacu]School insurance should cover accidents suffered by students during school hours and breaks or on the journey to school. Some parents complain that when accidents occur, they are not compensated even though they pay for insurance fees each year. read more...
Thursday, 01-22-15, 13:37Burundi Making Strides Towards 'Peaceful, Credible' Elections - UN Political Chief[UN News]Amid a flare-up in fighting and ongoing political tensions between the Government and opposition members, the organization of legitimate elections in Burundi remains 'one of the most pressing challenges' facing the African country in 2015, the top United Nations political official declared today. read more...
Thursday, 01-22-15, 12:29Burundian Journalist Arrested, Charged After Not Revealing Source[CPJ]Nairobi -Burundian authorities imprisoned the director of the privately owned Radio Publique Africaine on Tuesday and charged him with complicity in murder, according to news reports. The arrest followed the station's broadcast of an interview in which an unidentified guest said he was involved in the September murder of three Italian nuns, news reports said. read more...


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