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The Strike of Civil Servants Extended for 2 Days
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 06, 2007
wo confederations of trade unions have decided to extend their strike for two days. The COSYBU and CSB jointly decided this extension on the grounds that two of the members of these confederations of trade unions were arrested in Cankuzo province. COSYBU and CSB indicate that an unlimited strike may... more

Top UN Official Hails New Peacebuilding Tool
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 06, 2007
pplauding Burundi on its commitment to peace after more than a decade of armed conflict, Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro today welcomed the adoption of a new tool that will strengthen the partnership between the United Nations, the West African country and its international ... more

No Hope for Assistance to HIV/Aids Patients
allAfrica.com - Thursday, December 06, 2007
here is now no hope for HIV/AIDS patients in Burundi to get assistance. The International Fund for the Fight against AIDS, malaria, and Tuberculosis will not support Burundi in fighting against AIDS for the year 2008. The government of Burundi presented shallow projects to this institution which in turn rejected... more

Country Unable to Repatriate All Refugees
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 05, 2007
he tripartite meeting of Burundi, Tanzania and UNHCR ended yesterday without reaching an agreement. The aim of this meeting was to analyse the feasibility of repatriating more than 120,000 refugees from Tanzania back to ... more

The Chief of Wall Street Forex Gets Killed
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 05, 2007
wo persons in military uniforms murdered a moneychanger in the capital city Bujumbura yesterday morning. This incident took place in the high standing quarter of Rohero where the victim, Pacifique Ndarishikanye, lived. Two persons were also wounded and an unknown sum of foreign currencies was stolen during the ... more

The Opposition Wing of Uprona Demands the Resignation of the Education Minister
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 05, 2007
he opposition wing of Uprona, commonly known as the wing of Mukasi, demands the resignation of Dr. Saidi Kibeya, the Education Minister, after he exposed students to danger. This was made public by its leader, Bonaventure Gasutwa, in a press conference that he held ... more

The Government of Burundi is Unable to Repatriate All Refugees in the First Semester of 2008
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, December 05, 2007
he tripartite meeting of Burundi, Tanzania and UNHCR ended yesterday without reaching an agreement. The aim of this meeting was to analyse the feasibility of repatriating more than 120,000 refugees from Tanzania back to ... more

Thousands of Refugees Still Awaiting Repatriation
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 04, 2007
t least 120,000 Burundian refugees have still to be repatriated from Tanzania, despite plans by the host government to close all refugee camps by mid-2008, officials ... more

BURUNDI-TANZANIA: Thousands of refugees still awaiting repatriation
IRIN - Tuesday, December 04, 2007
UJUMBURA Tuesday, December 04, 2007 (IRIN) - At least 120,000 Burundian refugees have still to be repatriated from Tanzania, despite plans by the host government to close all refugee camps by mid-2008, officials said. ... more

Much Still to Be Done to Insure Work for Disabled
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 04, 2007
he World celebrated the international day for disabled persons today. In Burundi, the government postponed the celebrations until the end of the week. This day that carries the slogan of â-šdecent jobs to handicapped persons" arrives while the number of disabled persons has increased in Burundi due to the war... more


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80 Percent of Local Refugees Prefer to Be Tanzanians
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 04, 2007
0 percent of Burundians who fled to Tanzanian in 1972 prefer to be naturalized Tanzanians rather than be repatriated to Burundi as was disclosed during the 12th tripartite meeting Burundi-Tanzania and UNHCR. This meeting is aimed at assessing the results of the repatriation ... more

Civil Servants On Strike
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, December 04, 2007
wo confederations of trade unions have started a three-day strike today. This strike includes civil servants syndicated in COSYBU and CSB. This follows the failure of the government to implement a number of promises including new statutes for civil servants, the set up of a dialogue framework, and the payment... more

First Lady for Zion Temple Fete At Themi
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 03, 2007
urundian first lady, Madame Denise Nkurunzinza is expected in Arusha this weekend gracing a special thanks-giving ceremony and inauguration of the 'Zion Temple' a Church which now occupies the premises of the former cosmetic factory ... more

Central Corridor Roads Ready By 2010
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 03, 2007
he 'Central Corridor', the road network linking Tanzania to Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania and the DRC will be upgraded and completed by 2010, regional officials meeting in Bujumbura have ... more

Rwanda Lifts Work Permits for East African Community
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 03, 2007
wanda has announced a revolutionary move that will see work permit requirements and employment restrictions on professionals wanting to work in the East African country ... more

Civil Servants Called Urged to Stay At Work
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 03, 2007
uring a press conference that she held today the civil service minister, Ms. Clotilde Niragira, called on all civil servants to continue ... more

Nqakula/Rwasa Meeting Did Not Take Place
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 03, 2007
he meeting between Agathon Rwasa, the leader of FNL-PALIPEHUTU, the Tanzanian cooperation minister, and the facilitator, Charles Nqakula, did not take ... more

Ministers Speak on Relocation of Dissidents
allAfrica.com - Monday, December 03, 2007
he education minister, Dr. Saidi Kibeya, and the defence minister, Lt General Geramain Niyoyankana, finally responded to the questions of members of parliament all related to the relocation of so-called FNL dissidents to Karurama in Cibitoke ... more

Peace Process Hampered By Political Crises - UN Report
allAfrica.com - Saturday, December 01, 2007
n recent months, efforts to bring a lasting peace to Burundi have been impeded by a deteriorating political situation, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in a new report to the Security Council made public ... more

Trade Unions to go on Three Day Strike
allAfrica.com - Friday, November 30, 2007
wo confederations of trade unions confirm that they will go on a three-day strike on Monday 3rd December ... more

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