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Iris NewsMarch 7, 2023
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Ignorance is undoubtedly the root of all evil. In the fight against climate change, ignorance is expensive as it surely results in the loss of lives. In response to the need to raise awareness and encourage more Burundians to take action towards climate change Bella Edissa Ngabirano, Miss Ngoma 2022, launched an online campaign. People […]

Iris NewsMarch 6, 2023
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The 5th Summit of Leaders of the Least Developped Countries is taking place in Doha, Qatar. Among the attendance is Burundi President Evariste Ndayishimiye, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and other leaders of the 46 most deprived countries composing the group of LDCs.   Even if no leader of the world’s major economies attended, LDCs […]

Iris NewsFebruary 24, 2023
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  Since the Gitega Province Governor decided to forbid sales of second-handed computers, phones, and accessories, life has not been easy for the vendors of those items. They request authorities to reconsider the decision. They also make a call to authorities to authorities to take into consideration all aspects of an issue before making a […]

Iris NewsJanuary 26, 2023
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Among high profile attendees were the USIU Vice Chancellor professor Margee Ensign, the Deputy Vice Chancellor, the Dean of School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the representative of Burundi diaspora in Kenya. Victor Bol from South Sudan and Anyika Muchesia from Kenya launched their respective books as well. Below is his full speech to […]

Iris NewsDecember 30, 2022
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  Saz da Great’s flow makes it hard to believe that he is from Cankuzo, one of Burundi’s least developed provinces. But, according to him rap is universal. Anyone – from the city or the countryside – can do it and excel at it. Here’s the story of a nugget who dreamed of himself as […]


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Iris News is a generalist Burundian media with 6 editorial aggregates that articulate the bulk of its information offer: Entrepreneurship, Ecology, EAC, Youth, Culture and Sport. Iris News, a media from the future defines itself as « The media of possibilities » designed to help young Burundians shape a prosperous and environmentally friendly Burundi.


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