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November 04

  • South Africa: SA Called to Seize Investment Opportunities in Burundi

    SAnews.gov.za

    Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma has called on the business sector to seize investment and trade opportunities in Burundi following his first official meeting with Burundi... Read more »



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October 31

  • Burundi: Gather Fodder in Burundi, Make More Than a Civil Servant

    Waza

    His only capital: a bicycle and a sickle. Egide Majambere, 23, spends his days criss-crossing marshes and grasslands in search of fodder to cut and then sell to livestock breeders.... Read more »

  • South Africa: Burundi President to Visit SA

    SAnews.gov.za

    President Jacob Zuma will next week host the President of Burundi, Pierre Nkurunziza, who will be on a two-day State visit to South Africa. Read more »

  • East Africa: The Single Customs Territory Experiences Startup Problems

    Iwacu

    Since July 2014, EAC revenue officers work together to facilitate trade within the community. Some improvements remain made; the Single Customs Territory (SCT) does present some... Read more »



October 30



October 29

  • Burundi: New Political Killing?

    Iwacu

    Déo Barakekenwa , also known as 'Murundi', the representative of the National Forces of Liberation (FNL) political party at Kiyange 1 (Gatumba area) was shot dead on 13... Read more »

  • Burundi: Closing of the EAC Military Field Training

    Iwacu

    The EAC Military Field Training Exercise held in Mwaro from 12 October was officially closed this 24th October. The Exercise Commander indicates that they achieved all their... Read more »



October 27



October 24

  • East Africa: EAC Armed Forces Working Together

    Iwacu

    A Field Training Exercise (FTX) of EAC Partner States' Armed Forces was officially launched in Burundi, in Mwaro Province on 19 September 2014. The main objective is to practice... Read more »

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