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CNC accuses “some media” of broadcasting unbalanced information

05-19-2019 Nestor Bankumukunzi, chairman of the national media regulator-CNC has recommended the media especially the private ones to work in compliance with the law and in the general interest of the nation and to be more professional. It was on Friday, May 17, in Bujumbura when presenting the report of (...)
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Government satisfied with press freedom in Burundi while RSF worries

05-03-2019 The Ministry of Communication and the Reporter Without Borders NGO appreciate differently the situation of freedom of the press in Burundi. “We reiterate the commitment of the ministry of communication to guarantee press freedom in accordance with the law in force” said Frédéric Nahimana, Minister of Communication, on the (...)
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Burundi women journalists demand sufficient representation in decision-making bodies

05-03-2019 “32% of 1,420 journalists who have registered at Burundi media regulator-CNC to get the press card are women while the latter are represented at 14% in decision-making organs,” said the Association of Women Journalists- AFJO in a conference held on May 2nd with media officials. Diane Ndonse, AFJO chairperson, (...)
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Burundian artists call for implementation of copyright law

04-23-2019 Eight years after Burundi president signed a decree on copyright protection in 2011, Burundian artists say it has not been applied yet. Yves Kami, a Burundian artist says their works are still unlawfully used while the law was supposed to be applied since 2011. “The law has been introduced (...)
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BBC banned to broadcast and VOA still suspended in Burundi

03-29-2019 Nestor Bankumukunzi, Chairman of Burundi Media Regulator-CNC says the radio station British Broadcasting Corporate-BBC is completely banned to broadcast in Burundi while the VOA is still suspended until further notice. “BBC did not keep its promises since it had broadcast a documentary movie that turned out to be false, (...)
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Burundian theater evolving but…

03-28-2019 While the world celebrates the Theater Day every March 27, Burundian youth operating in the theater sector acknowledge its evolution but say there is still a lot to be done. Arthur Banshayeko, Burundian comedian and theater director, says many theater companies are being created. “Youth are investing a great (...)
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Media house managers living abroad called to abide by law

02-15-2019 Nestor Bankumukunzi, chairman of the National Media Regulator-CNC says correspondences will be submitted to media houses whose managers have been living abroad for a long time. “It’s against the law and it is a flaw that must be corrected,” he says. The chairman of CNC says this after a (...)
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Radio stations to unite people during electoral period

02-14-2019 Burundian radio stations are called to be the main tool to unite people especially during the electoral period. Nestor Nkurunziza, journalist Analyst, says journalists need to be aware of the different stages of the electoral process and work accordingly to unite people. “The elections are prepared since the normal (...)
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“Burundi: Démocratie piégée”, book that testifies about Burundi painful past

02-10-2019 Former president Sylvestre Ntibantunganya, officially launched his book “Burundi: Démocratiepiégée” this February 8, 2019. The book tells about the country’s painful past.   Sylvestre Ntibantunganya says he wrote the book because key political actors in Burundi’s history have a duty to testify to the country’s painful past to prepare (...)
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Book paying tribute to Burundian women to be launched soon

02-05-2019 Christine Ntahe, a former journalist known for peace and reconciliation actions and street children programs is going to launch a book that pays tribute to women and their struggle for unity during the war period. “There are courageous Burundian women who, in the midst of the chaos caused by (...)
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