Important treatments from Barundi
politicians and historians include Kiraranganya (1985: 76-80), Manirakiza (1992: 113-40), Ntibantunganya (1999: 108-18) and Nsanze (2003: 213-33).
long been in conflict with the Barundi
, the BBC reported.
Firstly, the process of the incorporation of both Banyarwanda and Barundi
into the DRC, as described above, followed the same four-pronged model including the original incorporation in 1910, relocation for humanitarian and labour necessities, 'clandestine' migration during and after colonisation as well as the refuge process.
they meet Harry who warns them about a dangerous warlord named 'little Gustave' who lives there.
He arrived here from lawless and bankrupt Barundi
five years ago and, his UK citizenship still to be finalised, he can neither work or claim benefits.
The belief in fate and predestination is also present in East and South African Bantu religions as well as eastern and southern religions in such groups as the Tswana (Botswana), Yao (Mozambique), Barundi
), and others (Gyekye, 1995; Mbiti, 1969).
In this case, the commitment of South African forces sparked a feeling of hope amongst ordinary Barundi
, as well as lending additional credibility to the South African facilitator.
In eight articles, contributors examine the evidence that religious conflict may have played a role in the still-fuming war in the Sudan and that social upheaval in Barundi
and Rwanda included questions about whether churches had an obligation to thwart ethnic violence.
In interviews, many sought to distinguish themselves explicitly from Banyarwanda, Barundi
, and Zairois when discussing politics in the region, and expressed a sense of solidarity with their compatriots elsewhere.
Les politiciens barundi
ne sont pas les inventeurs de ce fait ethnique, a ce que je sache.
He flies off on a parliamentary delegation to Barundi
at the weekend and two days after his return is going into hospital for hip surgery.
30pm featuring the Kol Kinor Choir and Barundi