Burundi Eco “The will of God” is slow to come true

The tragedy occurred on the first day of the week and its traces remain engraved in the memory of the inhabitants of the city of Bujumbura and even of the whole country. Mélance Maniragaba, deputy editor. Normally, Sundays are days like no other. These are holy days for believers. They often take part in masses […]

Burundi Eco Rumonge-Climate change: Farmers pay a heavy price

In Rumonge, 106 ha of rice fields and other cereals are struggling with caterpillars, about 50 ha of bean fields, cassava and other crops have been decimated by snails. In the dock: climate change. Despite the response initiated, the fear of famine hovers. The agricultural situation is worrying in Rumonge. Since the start of cropping […]

Burundi Eco Angry rhetoric dissipates any reconciliation effort

In a post-conflict context, angry speeches can have unfortunate consequences, recognizes Divine Ininahazwe, socio-anthropologist, gender and development expert. Some members of social groups may find that they are not listened to and have no right to express themselves. This can dissipate any effort of reconciliation and when the community is weakened, integral development is not […]

Burundi Eco Ngagara: the sewer leak worries the population

In Ntahangwa commune and more specifically in Ngagara, some sewers are seeping, liquid waste is flowing into the gutters and threatening the surrounding population and Lake Tanganyika. OBUHA said the local administration did not report it in time. Now he promises to fix them as soon as possible In front of the Van Norman Clinic […]

Burundi Eco The Jiji and Mulembwe Hydroelectric Project: The appointment will not be respected

The execution of the Jiji and Mulembwe Hydroelectric Project is experiencing delays given the deadlines that were planned. From the construction of two power plants Jiji and Mulembwe, transmission lines and transmission stations, donors are putting pressure on construction companies to redouble their efforts to make up for lost time if possible The Jiji-Mulembwe mega […]

Burundi Eco Four “C” Client to boost premiums in the insurance sector

The insurance sector has posted strong results over the past five years and especially in 2021. To do better and meet customer needs, expert Jean Paul Roux prioritizes Customer Marketing with the 4 Cs, namely knowledge, contact , advice and implementation Jean Paul Roux, international insurance consultant: “You have to listen to the customer, understand […]

Burundi Eco Burundi international Youssouf Ndayishimiye joins OGC Nice

Youssouf Ndayishimiye is now an OGC Nice player until June 2027. He left Turkish club Istanbul Başakşehir for a fee of around 11 million euros Youssouf Ndayishimiye is now from Nice. According to various European media, the Burundian international Youssouf Ndayishimiye signed on Wednesday January 25, 2023 with the French club OGC Nice until June […]

Burundi Eco Bujumbura: Car parks in poor condition

Drivers and passengers warn that the car parks of the Ngagara II market known as Cotebu, Musaga and the city center are in a sorry state. The car parks of the economic capital in an incredible state of defect. The car parks of the economic capital are in an incredible state of defect. In a […]