• Ikiganiro Ninde gica Kuri R.T.N.B Burundi

    Radio Nationale du Burundi

    published: 06 Mar 2016
  • Iwacu Web Radio, la WhatsApp radio du Burundi

    Depuis 2015 et la destruction des principales radios, les jeunes burundais n'ont eu d'autre choix que de s'informer via les réseaux sociaux et les systèmes de messagerie instantannée tels que WhatsApp. Via leurs téléphones, les jeunes burundais reçoivent un flot ininterrompu d'informations qui contiennent parfois des rumeurs voire des manipulations. Pour proposer une information fiable en kirundi et audio sur les réseaux, Iwacu s'est associée à RNW media afin de lancer le dispositf innovant de radio sur WhatsApp appelé Iwacu Web Radio. Chaque soir vers 18HOO vous pouvez entendre les voix de ’’Amakuru y’Iwacu’’. Yaga est allé enquêter.

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • BURUNDI:FILM DES EVENEMENTS 26.04.2015. RADIO PUBLIQUE AFRICAINE

    Manifestations à Bujumbura contre la candidature du President Pierre NKURUNZIZA au Burundi...la chronologie . 8h-13h.

    published: 26 Apr 2015
  • Burundi - Radio TV Renaissance

    published: 05 Mar 2015
  • FILE Burundi state radio says Buyoya government overthrown

    Bujumbura - 26 August 1998 1. Various of people watching smouldering market after attack 2. Ruined buildings Bujumbura - 1996 3. View of city 4. Wide of street Bujumbura - 26 August 1998 5. Soldiers on tarmac 6. Buyoya in airport 7. Buyoya walking on red carpet to plane Paris - December 2000 7. South African President Nelson Mandela arriving at the International Donor Conference supporting peace in Burundi 8. Various of Pierre Buyoya arriving 9. Various photo op Mandela, Buyoya and Laurent Fabius (French Finance Minister) 10. Various of Mandela, Buyoya and Fabius at press conference 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela: "This meeting of international donors seeking to find ways in which the reconstructions and development of Burundi can be assisted would not have t...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Radio Burundi

    Hectiek voorafgaand aan een nieuwsuitzending, Radistation RPA, Bujumbura, Burundi

    published: 07 Oct 2010
  • Indaya - Ibyo Uyu munyamakuru yari agamije muri iyi Interview Byibazwaho byinshi

    Umunyamakuru akora interview n Indaya zi Burundi, zigira aba clients bava mu Rwanda na Tanzaniya. Ariko ibibazo uyu munyamakuru yabazaga byibazwaho nibakoko ari akazi kubunyamakuru kubaza cyangwa ari umu psychologist etc.

    published: 02 Dec 2014
  • Burundi - Radio Bonesha FM

    Bonesha FM a été créée fin 1996 aux heures les plus intenses du conflit burundais. Elle est l’initiative d’Action Humanitaire (de Bernard Kouchner) et de Muweziro, deux associations souhaitant voir dans cette radio un instrument de réconciliation nationale et de développement. Aujourd’hui, en 2015, Bonesha FM est la troisième radio la plus populaire au Burundi. Sa rédaction composée de jeunes journalistes travaille au quotidien pour faire la promotion et la valeur des valeurs démocratiques et véhiculer le pluralisme des opinions burundaises. Cette dynamique permet à la radio de figurer au premier rang des radios burundaises, en termes de diversification des sujets abordés à l’antenne et de nombre de reportages diffusés. La radio émet sur tout le territoire national et une partie de la s...

    published: 05 Mar 2015
  • Burundi government silences popular radio station

    The announcement by Burundi’s president that he would run for what opposition politicians are calling an 'unconstitutional' third term has sparked several days of unrest. Now, Pierre Nkurunziza's government has shut down the country's most popular radio station in an apparent bid to silence critics. Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Bujumbura, Burundi. More on our website: http://aljazeera.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AJEnglish Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/aljazeera

    published: 29 Apr 2015
  • Perezida Petero Nkurunziza yaganiye na RTNB mu Burundi

    Perezida Petero Nkurunziza yaganiye na RTNB mu Burundi

    published: 22 Dec 2016
  • COUP D'ETAT MU BURUNDI -Interview

    COUP D'ETAT MU BURUNDI -Interview

    published: 06 Jul 2015
  • Burundi - Radio Isanganiro

    La Radio Isanganiro a été fondée en 2002 par un groupe de journalistes du Studio Ijambo. En tant que radio associative et indépendante, Isanganiro défend les valeurs de la démocratie et de la réconciliation. Au quotidien, comment la radio contribue-t-elle au renforcement de l'état de droit ? Quelles sont ses ambitions pour renforcer le secteur de la presse en général ? Quel est le rêve de son directeur ? Ecoutez le témoignage de Vincent Nkeshimana.

    published: 09 Mar 2015
  • Burundi - Radio RPA

    La Radio Publique Africaine a été créée le 5 Mars 2001 avec la vocation d’être la « voix des sans voix ». En 2006, une station régionale a été ouverte à Ngozi, dans le nord du Burundi. Actuellement, la RPA couvre tout le territoire burundais sauf les provinces méridionales de Bururi et Makamba. La RPA peut également être captée au Rwanda, à l’Est de la RDC et à l’Ouest de la Tanzanie. Elle diffuse en trois langues : le français, le kirundi et le swahili. En terme éditorial, la RPA accorde une place prioritaire à la redevabilité des autorités vis-à-vis des citoyens et, à ce titre, pratique le journalisme de proximité et le journalisme l’investigation. Son intérêt pour les populations les plus vulnérables se traduit par de nombreux reportages consacrés à leur situation dans les journaux ...

    published: 03 Mar 2015
  • BURUNDI: RADIO REPORTS OF A MASSACRE AT KAJAGA VILLAGE

    English/Nat Burundi radio reported on Saturday that a family of seven had been massacred at Kajaga village near Bujumbura. Unfortunately, these kind of massacres are commonplace in this African nation where human rights officials put the death toll in its civil war at 150-thousand people since 1993. Like neighbouring Rwanda, tiny Burundi is torn apart by tribal strife, pitting the Tutsi, who control the government and the military against the Hutu, who comprise the majority of the population. To take a look around Burundi's capital of Bujumbura, one would have no idea a civil war is raging in the hills above the city. But, since 1993, a war has claimed the lives of 150-thousand people, with Hutu rebels making repeated attacks on the Tutsi army and citizens in capital city. ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Les tambours du Burundi

    Uhem Mesut, le renouvellement des naissances: http://uhem-mesut.com/

    published: 12 Nov 2014
  • Burundi's media vacuum - The Listening Post (Feature)

    Burundi has been teetering on the brink of a civil war for the last year and a half. In 2015, president Pierre Nkurunziza announced that he would be taking on a third term - a notion that is illegal according to the constitution. The move is also in breach of the Arusha peace agreement of 2005 which ended a 12 year-long civil war that left 300,000 people dead. The absence of independent media is a serious blow for the Burundian public who need information every day. Eloge Willy Kaneza, SOS Media Burundi In protest, Burundians took to the streets in an attempted military coup. Not only did the coup fail, but the government responded in earnest, with a crackdown on local media. The move was well-studied, shutting down all independent radio stations under the guise of an accusation claimin...

    published: 09 Oct 2016
Ikiganiro Ninde gica Kuri R.T.N.B Burundi

Ikiganiro Ninde gica Kuri R.T.N.B Burundi

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  • Duration: 5:01
  • Updated: 06 Mar 2016
  • views: 1557
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Iwacu Web Radio,  la WhatsApp radio du Burundi

Iwacu Web Radio, la WhatsApp radio du Burundi

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  • Duration: 3:03
  • Updated: 22 Feb 2017
  • views: 133
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Depuis 2015 et la destruction des principales radios, les jeunes burundais n'ont eu d'autre choix que de s'informer via les réseaux sociaux et les systèmes de messagerie instantannée tels que WhatsApp. Via leurs téléphones, les jeunes burundais reçoivent un flot ininterrompu d'informations qui contiennent parfois des rumeurs voire des manipulations. Pour proposer une information fiable en kirundi et audio sur les réseaux, Iwacu s'est associée à RNW media afin de lancer le dispositf innovant de radio sur WhatsApp appelé Iwacu Web Radio. Chaque soir vers 18HOO vous pouvez entendre les voix de ’’Amakuru y’Iwacu’’. Yaga est allé enquêter.
https://wn.com/Iwacu_Web_Radio,_La_Whatsapp_Radio_Du_Burundi
BURUNDI:FILM DES EVENEMENTS 26.04.2015. RADIO PUBLIQUE AFRICAINE

BURUNDI:FILM DES EVENEMENTS 26.04.2015. RADIO PUBLIQUE AFRICAINE

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  • Duration: 6:42
  • Updated: 26 Apr 2015
  • views: 25463
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Manifestations à Bujumbura contre la candidature du President Pierre NKURUNZIZA au Burundi...la chronologie . 8h-13h.
https://wn.com/Burundi_Film_Des_Evenements_26.04.2015._Radio_Publique_Africaine
Burundi - Radio TV Renaissance

Burundi - Radio TV Renaissance

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  • Duration: 6:19
  • Updated: 05 Mar 2015
  • views: 2150
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https://wn.com/Burundi_Radio_Tv_Renaissance
FILE Burundi state radio says Buyoya government overthrown

FILE Burundi state radio says Buyoya government overthrown

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  • Duration: 2:01
  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
  • views: 2179
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Bujumbura - 26 August 1998 1. Various of people watching smouldering market after attack 2. Ruined buildings Bujumbura - 1996 3. View of city 4. Wide of street Bujumbura - 26 August 1998 5. Soldiers on tarmac 6. Buyoya in airport 7. Buyoya walking on red carpet to plane Paris - December 2000 7. South African President Nelson Mandela arriving at the International Donor Conference supporting peace in Burundi 8. Various of Pierre Buyoya arriving 9. Various photo op Mandela, Buyoya and Laurent Fabius (French Finance Minister) 10. Various of Mandela, Buyoya and Fabius at press conference 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela: "This meeting of international donors seeking to find ways in which the reconstructions and development of Burundi can be assisted would not have taken place if there was not the belief that we have made major advances towards a settlement in that country." 12. Buyoya and Caollisto Madavo (World Bank VP) listening Bujumbura - 1996 13. Street scene STORYLINE: The Burundian army put down a coup attempt on Wednesday by a group of junior army officers opposed to President Pierre Buyoya's negotiations with Hutu rebels, the defence ministry said. In a statement read on the independent Bonesha radio statement, the army said 30 junior officers in the Tutsi-dominated army were surrounded inside the studios of state-run Radio Burundi. The announcement was attributed to Minister of Defence Cyrile Ndayirukiye. Soldiers were stationed around the radio station in downtown Bujumbura, Burundi's capital. Streets were sealed off near the building, but residents walked calmly through downtown, discussing the coup attempt. No violence was reported. The president was apparently out of the country at the time. He is believed to have been in Gabon (ga-BOHN') for peace talks with the leader of the main rebel group fighting the government in the country's more-than seven-year civil war. Buyoya came to power after staging his own coup in 1996. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bb0f6b123424c4815e5a05d335b4d09d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
https://wn.com/File_Burundi_State_Radio_Says_Buyoya_Government_Overthrown
Radio Burundi

Radio Burundi

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  • Duration: 2:38
  • Updated: 07 Oct 2010
  • views: 6895
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Hectiek voorafgaand aan een nieuwsuitzending, Radistation RPA, Bujumbura, Burundi
https://wn.com/Radio_Burundi
Indaya - Ibyo Uyu munyamakuru yari agamije muri iyi Interview Byibazwaho byinshi

Indaya - Ibyo Uyu munyamakuru yari agamije muri iyi Interview Byibazwaho byinshi

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  • Duration: 7:33
  • Updated: 02 Dec 2014
  • views: 621836
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Umunyamakuru akora interview n Indaya zi Burundi, zigira aba clients bava mu Rwanda na Tanzaniya. Ariko ibibazo uyu munyamakuru yabazaga byibazwaho nibakoko ari akazi kubunyamakuru kubaza cyangwa ari umu psychologist etc.
https://wn.com/Indaya_Ibyo_Uyu_Munyamakuru_Yari_Agamije_Muri_Iyi_Interview_Byibazwaho_Byinshi
Burundi - Radio Bonesha FM

Burundi - Radio Bonesha FM

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  • Duration: 10:42
  • Updated: 05 Mar 2015
  • views: 128
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Bonesha FM a été créée fin 1996 aux heures les plus intenses du conflit burundais. Elle est l’initiative d’Action Humanitaire (de Bernard Kouchner) et de Muweziro, deux associations souhaitant voir dans cette radio un instrument de réconciliation nationale et de développement. Aujourd’hui, en 2015, Bonesha FM est la troisième radio la plus populaire au Burundi. Sa rédaction composée de jeunes journalistes travaille au quotidien pour faire la promotion et la valeur des valeurs démocratiques et véhiculer le pluralisme des opinions burundaises. Cette dynamique permet à la radio de figurer au premier rang des radios burundaises, en termes de diversification des sujets abordés à l’antenne et de nombre de reportages diffusés. La radio émet sur tout le territoire national et une partie de la sous-région. L’ambition de Bonesha FM est bien entendu de conserver cette popularité mais aussi d’être plus que jamais autonome d’un point de vue économique. Au quotidien, comment la radio contribue-t-elle au renforcement de l'état de droit ? Quelles sont ses ambitions pour renforcer le secteur de la presse en général ? Quel est le rêve de son directeur ? Ecoutez le témoignage de Patrick Nduwimana. Bonesha FM est un média partenaire du Projet Infos Grands Lacs 3 (IGL3) mis en oeuvre par IPGL, ABR et IPE et financé par la DDC.
https://wn.com/Burundi_Radio_Bonesha_Fm
Burundi government silences popular radio station

Burundi government silences popular radio station

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  • Duration: 2:35
  • Updated: 29 Apr 2015
  • views: 1551
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The announcement by Burundi’s president that he would run for what opposition politicians are calling an 'unconstitutional' third term has sparked several days of unrest. Now, Pierre Nkurunziza's government has shut down the country's most popular radio station in an apparent bid to silence critics. Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Bujumbura, Burundi. More on our website: http://aljazeera.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AJEnglish Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/aljazeera
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Perezida Petero Nkurunziza yaganiye na RTNB mu Burundi

Perezida Petero Nkurunziza yaganiye na RTNB mu Burundi

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  • Duration: 23:55
  • Updated: 22 Dec 2016
  • views: 8564
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Perezida Petero Nkurunziza yaganiye na RTNB mu Burundi
https://wn.com/Perezida_Petero_Nkurunziza_Yaganiye_Na_Rtnb_Mu_Burundi
COUP D'ETAT MU BURUNDI -Interview

COUP D'ETAT MU BURUNDI -Interview

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  • Duration: 4:10
  • Updated: 06 Jul 2015
  • views: 58184
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COUP D'ETAT MU BURUNDI -Interview
https://wn.com/Coup_D'Etat_Mu_Burundi_Interview
Burundi - Radio Isanganiro

Burundi - Radio Isanganiro

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  • Duration: 7:31
  • Updated: 09 Mar 2015
  • views: 1852
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La Radio Isanganiro a été fondée en 2002 par un groupe de journalistes du Studio Ijambo. En tant que radio associative et indépendante, Isanganiro défend les valeurs de la démocratie et de la réconciliation. Au quotidien, comment la radio contribue-t-elle au renforcement de l'état de droit ? Quelles sont ses ambitions pour renforcer le secteur de la presse en général ? Quel est le rêve de son directeur ? Ecoutez le témoignage de Vincent Nkeshimana.
https://wn.com/Burundi_Radio_Isanganiro
Burundi - Radio RPA

Burundi - Radio RPA

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  • Duration: 7:02
  • Updated: 03 Mar 2015
  • views: 1717
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La Radio Publique Africaine a été créée le 5 Mars 2001 avec la vocation d’être la « voix des sans voix ». En 2006, une station régionale a été ouverte à Ngozi, dans le nord du Burundi. Actuellement, la RPA couvre tout le territoire burundais sauf les provinces méridionales de Bururi et Makamba. La RPA peut également être captée au Rwanda, à l’Est de la RDC et à l’Ouest de la Tanzanie. Elle diffuse en trois langues : le français, le kirundi et le swahili. En terme éditorial, la RPA accorde une place prioritaire à la redevabilité des autorités vis-à-vis des citoyens et, à ce titre, pratique le journalisme de proximité et le journalisme l’investigation. Son intérêt pour les populations les plus vulnérables se traduit par de nombreux reportages consacrés à leur situation dans les journaux parlés et dans les magazines. La rédaction de la RPA est aussi réputée pour les nombreuses investigations qu’elle mène à travers tout le pays et dont l’objectif est de promouvoir une meilleure gouvernance démocratique. Extrêmement populaire en raison des révélations qu’elle fait, la RPA est la station préférée des Burundais, selon les résultats de l’étude d’audience IMMAR/Panos Europe. Au quotidien, comment la radio contribue-t-elle au renforcement de l'état de droit ? Quelles sont ses ambitions pour renforcer le secteur de la presse en général ? Quel est le rêve de son directeur ? Ecoutez le témoignage de Bob Rugurika. RPA est un média partenaire du Projet Infos Grands Lacs 3 (IGL3) mis en oeuvre par IPGL, ABR et IPE et financé par la DDC.
https://wn.com/Burundi_Radio_Rpa
BURUNDI: RADIO REPORTS OF A MASSACRE AT KAJAGA VILLAGE

BURUNDI: RADIO REPORTS OF A MASSACRE AT KAJAGA VILLAGE

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  • Duration: 2:04
  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
  • views: 426
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English/Nat Burundi radio reported on Saturday that a family of seven had been massacred at Kajaga village near Bujumbura. Unfortunately, these kind of massacres are commonplace in this African nation where human rights officials put the death toll in its civil war at 150-thousand people since 1993. Like neighbouring Rwanda, tiny Burundi is torn apart by tribal strife, pitting the Tutsi, who control the government and the military against the Hutu, who comprise the majority of the population. To take a look around Burundi's capital of Bujumbura, one would have no idea a civil war is raging in the hills above the city. But, since 1993, a war has claimed the lives of 150-thousand people, with Hutu rebels making repeated attacks on the Tutsi army and citizens in capital city. Burundian President Pierre Buyoya came into power in coup in 1996, unseating sitting President Sylvestre Npibantunganya. The coup has brought economic sanctions by east African nations which still aren't lifted due to the unstable human rights situation there. Although Buyoya has renounced violence and resigned his position in the army, his peculiar actions like rejecting the Tanzanian initiative for Peace for his own peace plan have puzzled seasoned Africa watchers. The former army major sounds like a dove in interviews. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Our hope is to make progress in the peace process...maybe to come to a cease fire, maybe to come to a consensus of a new political management of the country. SUPER CAPTION: Pierre Buyoya, President of Burundi Burundian troops, like the ones manning this checkpoint, have been accused of human rights violations much like the Hutu rebels they're fighting. The troops are trying to project a new image, like protecting these Hutu citizens. These Hutu, who work in the capital, may have the most dangerous commute in Africa - they live in the hills above Bujumbura where the brunt of the fighting is. They're constantly caught in the cross fire or targeted by the warring factions in this conflict. The Buyoya government has reinforced checkpoints, even having soldiers ride with commuters to help quell the violence. The soldiers' mission is two pronged: to protect citizens and check vehicles for weapons and other illegal goods. Due to recent fighting, 9-thousand Burundians, mostly Hutu, have been displaced by fighting. The displaced go to Camp Johnson, a camp run by an eccentric elderly American named Johnson who does not give interviews. Without facilities like Camp Johnson, many of the Burundians displaced by the fighting would have nowhere else to go. If there's anything positive to report, the economy is thriving, despite sanctions from other east African nations. The central market in Bujumbura is full of food; cash seems to be changing hands. The only goods the embargo seems to be keeping out are medicine and clothing. Some Africa watchers thought the economic sanctions would bring Burundi to its knees, but this hasn't happened. But, whether or not Burundi explodes with the tribal violence that plagued neighbouring Rwanda is still anyone's guess. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/11496f4f32619e82ee6476fee98e1478 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Les tambours du Burundi

Les tambours du Burundi

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  • Duration: 1:35:53
  • Updated: 12 Nov 2014
  • views: 9248
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Uhem Mesut, le renouvellement des naissances: http://uhem-mesut.com/
https://wn.com/Les_Tambours_Du_Burundi
Burundi's media vacuum - The Listening Post (Feature)

Burundi's media vacuum - The Listening Post (Feature)

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  • Duration: 10:16
  • Updated: 09 Oct 2016
  • views: 1659
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Burundi has been teetering on the brink of a civil war for the last year and a half. In 2015, president Pierre Nkurunziza announced that he would be taking on a third term - a notion that is illegal according to the constitution. The move is also in breach of the Arusha peace agreement of 2005 which ended a 12 year-long civil war that left 300,000 people dead. The absence of independent media is a serious blow for the Burundian public who need information every day. Eloge Willy Kaneza, SOS Media Burundi In protest, Burundians took to the streets in an attempted military coup. Not only did the coup fail, but the government responded in earnest, with a crackdown on local media. The move was well-studied, shutting down all independent radio stations under the guise of an accusation claiming they were allied with the opposition. In a country where illiteracy and lack of internet access is rife, radio is the primary source of news - the government's radio embargo has hurtled the Burundian public into an information vacuum. Stories going unreported include cases of mass murder, forced disappearances, torture, and a refugee crisis affecting more than 400,000 people.Even more worrying is the rise of divisive ethnic narratives in the national discourse. "Burundi national radio and TV is a government owned medium, so it means politicians come and issue declarations... they say things which are controversial. These lead some people to believe that the public media is playing the role in fuelling the ethnic crisis," says Pierre Ngendakumana, English editor at Iwacu newspaper. Like Rwanda, Burundi’s ethnic makeup is majority Hutu, minority Tutsi. And given the role that the media - especially radio, such as in Rwanda - plays, many Burundians fear their state media outlets may turn a political crisis into an ethnic dispute. The Listening Post's Johanna Hoes reports. More from The Listening Post on: YouTube - http://aje.io/listeningpostYT Facebook - http://facebook.com/AJListeningPost Twitter - http://twitter.com/AJListeningPost Website - http://aljazeera.com/listeningpost
https://wn.com/Burundi's_Media_Vacuum_The_Listening_Post_(Feature)
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