La commune Mpanda de la province Bubanza fait face à un manque criant d’eau potable les habitants demandent l’intervention du gouvernement pour trouver solution à ce problème. Le ministère ayant l’hydraulique dans ses attributions promet que les projets d’addiction d’eau potable des milieux ruraux sont en cours. Continue la lecture
The African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (CFTA ) could enter into effect by the end of this year following signing by 44 countries yesterday at the 10th extraordinary African Union Summit. Continue la lecture
With Kenya’s most popular television stations off-air for five days running, many people are finding alternative ways to spend their time. Continue la lecture
Passengers from Burundi to Kampala are no longer obliged to pass through Tanzania. Since two months, travel agencies can also go through Kigali. It is a huge relief for traders and passengers.
“God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.”
A view on social media shared not by some uninformed luddite, but by one of the people responsible for building Facebook into the social media titan it is today. Continue la lecture
One of my favorite things in the world is talking. I’ve always been like that. Continue la lecture
One hundred and fifty beds for patients are now available in the new building of three floors at Kamenge Military Hospital, in the capital Bujumbura. The new center for women and children will house pediatrics, obstetrics-gynecology and neonatology departments. Continue la lecture
Informality has been singled out as a major setback for youth and women’s business ventures in Africa.
Presenting the keynote address during the Partnership for Economic Policy conference at a Nairobi hotel on youth and female entrepreneurship, Prof Michael Chege, a renowned policy consultant, said in Kenya for instance, nearly half of all start-ups disintegrated before one year.
The collective of lawyers grouped into “Justice for Burundi” reports that at the end of May 2017, 98 new warrants have been sent to the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court-ICC. “This brings to nearly 800 cases of warrants that were entrusted to the collective”, says Armel Niyongere, a human rights defender. Continue la lecture
Mistakes can be seen from two perspectives — as a failure or a chance to right your wrong.
Making mistakes might have it benefits, only if you see it as a chance to right your wrong. Continue la lecture