- Vol 49 No 10
- 9th May 2008
The rebel attacks on Bujumbura last month threaten to unravel the regime and the tottering economy
- Vol 48 No 16
- 3rd August 2007
The rebel Forces Nationales de Libération (FNL) were supposed to negotiate a cease-fire with the government. On 21 July their chief, Jean-Berchmans Ndayishimiye, walked out, followed by his 27 colleagues – some carrying rifles stolen from South African pe...
- Vol 47 No 18
- 8th September 2006
Opposition leaders are rounded up after claims of a plot to kill the President
- Vol 47 No 12
- 9th June 2006
Mortar fire in the capital is the rebels' latest negotiating ploy but they've started talking too
- Vol 46 No 13
- 24th June 2005
The local government elections bring change and hope for a
- Vol 46 No 4
- 18th February 2005
At last, Burundi's constitutional referendum is set for 28 February, or so says Paul Ngarambe, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI). The big political obstacle faded when South African Vice-President Jacob Zuma, the main peace ...
- Vol 45 No 20
- 8th October 2004
Politicians scramble for power as the transition's end draws near
- Vol 45 No 3
- 4th February 2004
Peace hopes are rising again after the 19-20 January talks at the Hague between President Domitien Ndayizéyé and Agathon Rwasa, leader of the only militia still fighting, the Parti pour la Libération du Peuple Hutu-Forces Nationales p...
- Vol 45 No 2
- 23rd January 2004
An offer of aid may tempt the last rebel movement in from the cold
- Vol 44 No 25
- 19th December 2003
Military reform and a new national army are key to the South African-led peace efforts (AC Vol 44 No 16). They remain on a knife-edge. Since the 16 November ceasefire, brokered by SA Deputy President Jacob Zuma and signed in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, there...