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Iris NewsJune 11, 2023

 Lake Tanganyika, one of Africa’s Great Lakes, has been losing its biodiversity at an alarming rate due to human-induced activities such as unsustainable agriculture and fishing practices, water pollution, and deforestation. Recognizing the need to protect its resources for the economic benefit of the two East African countries, Tanzanian and Burundian officials have agreed to […]

Iris NewsMay 23, 2023

 African Rebirth is a Pan- African non-partisan organization that seeks to empower young African leaders. We discussed with Enoch Tumwine, President and founder, about the organization and its goals. Enoch Tumwine is a founder and the president of African Rebirth: a political scientist interested in diplomacy and strategic security. Tell us about the name of […]

Iris NewsMay 1, 2023

As we celebrate Labor Day, let’s take a moment to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of workers everywhere. Whether you’re a doctor, a teacher, a grocery store clerk, or a creative professional, your contributions to society are invaluable, and we wouldn’t be where we are today without you. So here’s to all the workers […]

Iris NewsApril 19, 2023

Despite numerous rumors circulating through social media, officials had not confirmed or denied the reports until Wednesday, April 19th, 2023 when the Minister in Charge of Home Affairs and Security confirmed that Former Prime Minister Alain Guillaume Bunyoni’s home had been searched. During a press conference, the Minister of Security confirmed that the residence of […]

Iris NewsApril 13, 2023

Some GBWhatsApp users have reported issues while using the app of which the official WhatsApp powered by Meta does not support. While some have lost their accounts, others are at risk. This indicates that, despite the app’s popularity, there are several reasons why one should avoid using GBWhatsApp for their messaging needs. GBWhatsApp is a […]

Iris NewsApril 11, 2023

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has accused the government of Michel Micombero of orchestrating the coup that led to the tragic death of 24-year-old King Ntare V in a commando camp in Gitega on April 29, 1972. In a press conference held on Monday April 10, 2023, Pierre Claver Ndayicariye, President of the commission, has […]

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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.