Lake Tanganyika was recently declared the “Threatened Lake of 2017” — adversely affected by human activity in the form of climate change, deforestation, overfishing and hydrocarbon exploitation
Three international development agencies have come together to mobilise more than $1 billion for power generation across Africa, including the 147MW Ruzizi III project that will supply electricity
Bujumbura — A CHILD has been swept away by floods and more than 100 houses away in the wake of heavy rains that have pounded Burundi this week.
The Rusumo Hydropower Project upon completion is expected to benefit over 500,000 households in Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania, according to officials.
Kampala - An outbreak of malaria has killed over 4000 people in Burundi so far this year, the United Nations said on Wednesday, a dramatic rise over the 700 victims the government announced just t
Tanzania’s Minister for Energy and Minerals, Prof Sospeter Muhongo and his Rwanda and Burundian counterparts are expected to grace the ground-breaking event scheduled at the Tanzania-Rwanda border.
Bujumbura Burundi's government says malaria has killed more than 700 people across the country so far this year.
BUJUMBURA – Burundi is suffering a worrying malaria epidemic, with more than 800 deaths since the beginning of the year.
The East African Community partner states have agreed to renew the war on water hyacinth.
Dodoma — Four countries sharing the Lake Tanganyika basin will hold a meeting next week in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to discuss a joint exploration of oil and gas in the second deepest
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