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Posts by: akezaburundi

“Disability is not inability”! Vianney Saïdi Baseka is producing hygienic products despite his disability.

Vianney Saïdi Baseka had an accident after his university studies and was disabled. Despite his disability, he didn’t get desperate....

Singer Yves Kami is introducing a style of his own with “Urusyo” sound

Burundian singer and songwriter, Yves Kami has been successful with his songs of an Afro blues subgenre for the past few years. One of his...

Gad Niyomukunzi, the man who is making flowers and decorative items from plastic flasks

Every year, it is estimated that 4 to 12 million metric tons of plastic waste end up in the oceans. Hence, plastic waste is dangerous to...

SNHU/Kepler Program: A Golden Opportunity for Burundian

Students Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) in partnership with Kepler program co-organized an event dedicated to an exchange of...

Sauti Sol coming back to their second home; Burundi

Claude NIKONDEHA, president of the association Uburundi bwacu with Savara MUDIGI ©Akeza.net Ten months ago, people in Bujumbura witnessed...

Embrace womanhood with the boutique of lingerie « J’adore »

Praise Mutanu ©Akeza.net Positive energy, confidence and self-esteem start from deep inside but it can be pushed up by a sexy bra and...

Meet Maher Al Barwani, the Omani who is traveling Africa on a motorbike

Maher Al Barwani leaving our offices ©Akeza.net Maher Al Barwani moves only perched on his bike. From his homeland, the Sultanate of Oman,...

7 interesting things you (probably) do not know about Sauti Sol

Sauti Sol.©Reserved We are a few hours from the first concert of Sauti Sol in Bujumbura. Sauti Sol made history as the first Kenyan...

Sauti Sol discovers Burundi

Today, our nation witnesses history. A monumental event takes place at Bujumbura’s Airport. This event is none other than the glorious...

What do babies think about?

Baby Alba.©Akeza.net Babies do much more than sleep, eat, and cry. From the time when they are still in their mothers’ womb, babies are...