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CNC delegation visits Iwacu Press Group to discuss dissemination of information

10-26-2018 A delegation from the National Communication Council -CNC has visited Iwacu Press Group this Thursday October 25. The main objective was to see how the press group works and the difficulties that it faces in the processing and dissemination of information. Gabriel Bihumugani, CNC legal adviser, says other members (...)
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CNC chairman urges media officials to disseminate press law to journalists

10-25-2018 Nestor Bankumukunzi, chairman of Burundi media regulator (CNC), presented on 24 October the quarterly achievements of medias authorized to operate in Burundi. He suggested that media officials should master the newly adopted press law, popularize it among journalists and closely supervise journalists and communication technicians in order to work (...)
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OBR exhorts journalists to raise awareness of role of tax collection

09-07-2018 Burundi Revenue Authority has organized this 6 September, a workshop for journalists of local radio stations and newspapers to raise awareness of the importance of paying taxes. Léopold Kabura, Deputy Commissioner of Burundi Revenue Authority says any taxpayer will pay taxes if s/he understands a little a bit the (...)
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Burundi media regulator condemns abuse against journalists

08-29-2018 “Incident occurred between journalists of Radio Culture reporting at Ngagara neighborhood, Section 10 and police agents,” Nestor Bankumukunzi, chairman of Burundi media regulator (CNC), told journalists. The three journalists were reporting on land dispute between two families. “The presence of these journalists would have been interpreted as a catalyst (...)
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Burundi media regulator urges journalists to work in compliance with law

07-26-2018 “Until July, Burundian media made progress in respect of the press law and professional principles,” said Nestor Bankumukunzi, chairman of Burundi media regulator (CNC) in a press briefing on 25 July. He says some media committed fewer mistakes compared to previous months. He encourages them to keep moving forwards. (...)
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Iwacu pays tribute to Jean Bigirimana, two years after his disappearance

07-22-2018 On Friday, July 22, 2016, Jean Bigirimana, Iwacu journalist was reported missing to not be back any more. This Sunday, July 22, 2018, it was exactly two years day after day since he disappeared. His colleagues reaffirm their commitment to seeking the truth about his going missing and staying (...)
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CNC to issue national press card soon

06-26-2018 Burundi Media Regulator- CNC has held a meeting this June 25, 2018 with representatives of different media organizations operating in Burundi to discuss strategies to be adopted so as to boost media sector in Burundi. Among the top questions discussed, there was the validation of a national professional press (...)
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Burundi: New boss commits himself to accomplish missions assigned to CNC

06-15-2018 Ramadhan Karenga has handed over power to Nestor Bankumukunzi, former Minister of Communication to chair the National Communication Council-CNC, after two years and three months at the chairmanship. In the plenary session held this 14 June held by CNC members, Nestor Bankumukunzi has been unanimously elected to chair the (...)
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Sanctions against national Newspaper “Le Renouveau” lifted

05-24-2018 On May 4, 2018, the National Media Regulatory Authority (CNC) took a decision to suspend the advertisement section of the national newspaper “Le Renouveau” for a period of three months. The sanction has just been lifted three weeks later. In a press conference held this Wednesday 23rd May 2018, (...)
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BBC and VOA radios suspended for six months in Burundi

05-04-2018 The National Media Regulator has suspended BBC and VOA radio stations for six months from broadcasting in Burundi.They have been accused of having violated the law governing the press and professional ethics and the decision will start from 7 May. The Control and Regulation Agency for Telecommunications -ARCT has (...)
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