Monthly Archives: septembre 2018

La paix règne au Burundi précise le ministre des droits de l’homme à la veille de la célébration de la journée internationale de la paix.

Dans une déclaration du ministre  de solidarité, droits de l’homme et du genre pour la célébration de  la journée internationale de la paix ce 21 septembre 2018 Martin Nivyabandi  signale la tranquillité sur tout le territoire du Burundi.

Le conseil des ministres a analysé le projet de loi portant réorganisation du ministère de la défense et des anciens combattants

Selon le secrétaire général et  porte-parole du gouvernement  ce nouveau projet  va occasionner l’introduction des dispositions de l’inspection générale  relative à ce ministère et la création d’un bureau de l’administration et des finances sans oublier une direction de statistiques.

Adoption d’un projet de loi relatif au statut des apatrides au Burundi.

Ce mercredi, l’assemblée nationale a adopté une loi portant adhésion de la République du Burundi de la convention du 1954 relative au statut des apatrides.

Coffee production taking the lead in Burundi [Business Africa]

This week, we see how the public-private partnership has succeeded in reviving the coffee sector in Burundi and in setting up many cooperatives.

Bobi Wine says Museveni’s gov’t is scared ahead of his Thursday return

Uganda’s vocal legislator Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine announced on Tuesday that he will return to the country on Thursday, urging his supporters to prepare to ‘continue the struggle for a better Uganda’.

Why Uganda is the ‘world’s fittest country’

Uganda is the most physically active nation in the world, according to a recent report by the World Health Organization. The BBC’s Patience Atuhaire went to find out why.

Kenyan runner hit by car during marathon

Kenyan athlete Joseph Kiprono was knocked down by a car Sunday as he was leading a half-marathon in Colombia in which another competitor collapsed and died, the organizers said.

Swede star happy to make Toronto his 500th goal victim

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic made history on Saturday, scoring his 500th career goal in stunning fashion, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Los Angeles Galaxy to a win over Toronto FC.

The 27-minute morning routine that could change your life, according to science

If you’ve ever woken up on the wrong side of the bed only to find it impacts your entire day, the good news is that simple changes when you first wake up can help get your mood back on track and increase your overall happiness.

Heartburn: This is what causes acid reflux and how you can treat it

You’ve probably experienced heartburn before, but some people may not know what causes the uncomfortable burning feeling in their chest.