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Football - Burundi Face Sudan in Semis
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 18, 2007
urundi meets Sudan in the first Cecafa Senior Challenge cup semi-finals from 3pm at the National Stadium, Dar es Salaam and without intending for this to sound like one of those tired clichés, it is only in Africa that circumstances surrounding their qualifications ... more

Students Return to the Secondary School of Cibitoke
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 18, 2007
ll civil servants grouped in the two confederations of trade unions, COSYBU and CSB, returned to work today after a two week long strike. This return follows the decision made by the Second Vice-President of the Republic, Gabriel Ntisezerana, to set up a commission to provide a framework for discussions... more

Civil Servants Return to Work
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 18, 2007
ll civil servants grouped in the two confederations of trade unions, COSYBU and CSB, returned to work today after a two week long strike. This return follows the decision made by the Second Vice-President of the Republic, Gabriel Ntisezerana, to set up a commission to provide a framework for discussions... more

Burundi Tips Players On Bankruptcy
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 17, 2007
he Government of Burundi under the guidance of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism has embarked on a judicial ... more

Country On Export Growth
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 17, 2007
study that has mapped out a post conflict vision for Burundi's development agenda in order to usher in an environment of private-public competitiveness has been ... more

Kili Stars Meet Burundi in Formality
allAfrica.com - Saturday, December 15, 2007
ainland soccer side Kilimanjaro Stars today play Burundi in the last group A match at the National ... more

CNDD-FDD MPs Oppose Rejection of Peace Mediator
allAfrica.com - Saturday, December 15, 2007
he CNDD-FDD parliamentarian group is opposed to the refusal of Charles Nqakula, as the Burundi's peace process facilitator although this idea was expressed in the Questions' session in the national assembly. The chairman of the CNDD-FDD parliamentarian group, Hon. Evariste Nsabiyumva, says that â-šthere was no vote that would determine... more

Students Downplay the Chancellor's Call for a New Registration
allAfrica.com - Saturday, December 15, 2007
tudents of the University of Burundi did not register afresh although the chancellor urged them to. Today, students living outside the campuses were concerned. The chancellor of the university explains that students did not register today because many live ... more

Talks Between Civil Servants And Government Underway
allAfrica.com - Saturday, December 15, 2007
alks between the Government of Burundi and civil servants have started. Leaders of two confederations grouping civil servants met the Second Vice-President of the Republic, Gabriel Ntisezerana. The talks were promising. If the talks continue in the same mood, civil servants might return to work on next ... more

A Gang Kills Two Informants of the National Intelligence Services
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 14, 2007
wo informants of the National Intelligence Services were killed on 12 December 2007 in Kinama ... more


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The National Assembly Rejects Charles Nqakula as a Mediator
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 14, 2007
he National assembly has rejected Charles Nqakula as a mediator in the Burundi's peace process. The government should start looking for another ... more

Government Relocates the So-Called FNL Combatants
allAfrica.com - Friday, December 14, 2007
he government of Burundi has started relocating the so-called FNL combatants to Buramata in the province of Bubanza. More than a hundred so-called combatants were relocated ... more

The Public Health Minister Inaugurates the First Medical Scanner
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 13, 2007
rom now on, the population of Burundi has access to the scanner at low ... more

Taxi And Bus Fares On Rise
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 13, 2007
fter the rise of the price of oil, the ticket price has also increased. The ticket for collective taxis grew by 30 francs and reached 250 ... more

The Chancellor of the University Invites Students to Register
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 13, 2007
he chancellor of the University of Burundi, Gaston Hakiza called upon students to start new registration by next ... more

U.S. to Triple Aid
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 13, 2007
he United States of America is to triple the aid granted yearly to Burundi. The aid will pass from less $10 million to $28.6 million in the year 2008. This is part of an agreement between Ms. Patricia Moller, the American Ambassador to Burundi, and the Burundi's Minister for Cooperation,... more

Rwanda And Burundi Unable to Agree On Border Sharing
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 12, 2007
urundi and Rwanda are still unable to agree on their common border. Commissions that were dispatched by the two countries to find common ground on the common border have failed to reach any agreement. Burundi's minister for Cooperation, Ms Antoinette Batumubwira, and her Rwandan counterpart, Mr. Charles Murigande, have agreed... more

Boost for Returnees
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 12, 2007
he UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) are to run a joint programme to improve the reintegration conditions for returnees, a UNHCR official in Bujumbura ... more

Oil Price Hikes
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 12, 2007
he government of Burundi has decided to increase the price of oil. A litre of diesel costs 1620 francs while a litre of gasoline costs 1600. This increase of the price of oil was caused by the demand of importers. In September and November of this year, following the fluctuations... more

Torrents of Tears At the Funeral of Brand Ndarishikanye
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 12, 2007
rand Ndarishikanye was buried yesterday. After the mass that was said at the cathedral Regina Mundi a long procession made its way to the Place des Martyrs de la Démocratie. People marched with lit candles and white ribbons to symbolize their hope for human rights and to protest against growing... more

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