Category Archives: BURUNDI

Behold: Dr Julias Nyerere is a philosopher and a Saint, Museveni is just a philosopher just-kaweesa keefa

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A Philosopher is a person who seeks wisdom or enlightenment, a scholar a thinker

He is a person, whose philosophical perspective makes

Doctrine of Trinity must be applied in South Sudan – professor Museveni

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said peace efforts in the Republic of South Sudan must involve three key players: The internal, the regional and the international players

Vote rigging should be declared a crime against humanity-Kaweesa Keefa

Crimes against humanity are certain acts that are deliberately committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack or individual attack directed against

Kenya lobbying UN for immunity from legal proceedings

Kenya is calling on the United Nations’ judicial body to issue an opinion on whether national leaders should get immunity in international legal proceedings.

South Sudan : Agreement on Outstanding Issues of Governance (25/07/2018)

Agreement on Outstanding Issues of Governance 25th July 2018 as seen by whisper eye media team

Mindful of our commitment under the Transitional Constitution

Fake news: The media industry strikes back

The viral spread of hoaxes and misinformation ahead of the US election and Brexit referendum two years ago was a wake-up call for many established news media, who have gone on

BREAKING: South Sudan Parliament extends Kiir’s term

South Sudan Parliament has controversially extended, to three years, the term on the incumbent President Salva Kiir Mayardiit years which is in contradiction of the ongoing peace efforts

Full Text: New South Sudan power sharing proposal

The Sudanese government on Tuesday unveiled a new power sharing peace plan that is, mostly, similar to the recently unveiled Entebbe proposal presented last week by the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and the Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmed Al-Bashir

Battle for Social media survival : Uganda Bans VPNs To Prevent Users From Dodging Media Tax

Countries around the world continue to wage their not  so subtle war on the use of virtual private networks (VPNs) and encryption.

In Russia, the government has all but banned the use of VPNs by layering all

Rwanda questions terrorism groups planning to destabilize Kigali

Rwanda has questioned the continued arrest of its citizens in Uganda and raised claims about what it calls “terrorism groups” planning to destabilize Kigali.

East African Countries buy military hardware as social services stagnate

Military expenditure in the region continued to drop last year, with South Sudan cutting back its spending by more than 50 per cent, as its economy struggled from the effects of the prolonged political crisis.

Govt soldiers ransack and loot General Paul Malong homes

Government troops raided the homes of the exiled former military chief in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr al Ghazal region on Tuesday, a family member said.

Malong’s wife, Arek Ameth, told whisper eye media team  that