Monthly Archives: June 2014

One year already!

Originally posted on This Burundian Life:
It all started as an experiment… I had been blogging for about two years, writing about some of my highs and lows, critisising some aspects of the society I live in, and sharing these…

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Parting thoughts from a Rwandan colleague

Read this on my Facebook this afternoon and thought it was beautiful…via Prudent Nsengiyumva, a friend from CMTS who is currently with the BBC in Rwanda: Do not think that well educated people are morally superior in any way to … Continue reading

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Haiti photo gallery: this is a TEST of the gallery tool

This gallery contains 8 photos.

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Les médias radiophoniques et la consolidation de la paix au Burundi : le cas de la Radio Isanganiro. Quelles leçons pour l’avenir?

Plusieurs personnes ont demandé de voir mon rapport final de maitrise, intitulé un peu prétentieusement Les médias radiophoniques et la consolidation de la paix au Burundi : le cas de la Radio Isanganiro. Quelles leçons pour l’avenir? Le voilà publiquement … Continue reading

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Sundown in the Sahara

Originally posted on Penning from Planes:
I’m awake, and the silence is deafening. Inside an open enclave of hanging rugs and heavy quilts, the sun is cresting over a towering dune in the distance, slowly hunting darkness from a mess…

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“La peur gagne du terrain au Burundi”

Pour ceux cet celles qui lisent le français et suivent la situation politique changeante au Burundi, la correspondante Afrique de l’Est du Soir Colette Braeckman vient de publier un analyse clair et lisible. Je ne suis pas tout à fait … Continue reading

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#UmurundiInAmerica (Part II)

Originally posted on Chronicles of a Third World Elite:
You know what? I had serious second and third thoughts about writing and posting #UmurundiInAmerica because, you know, “kariko karatwishimako!”. When I wrote Part I, it felt okay because I mostly…

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