Three questions to Radio Publique Africaine manager Eric Manirakiza

first_img Follow the news on Burundi Four Burundian journalists complete 12 months in arbitrary detention Organisation (…) Le Burundi est un pays qui avait atteint un niveau satisfaisant de liberté d’expression et d’opinion. Malheureusement, cette liberté est en train d’être remise en cause par les dirigeants actuels. (…) (…) RPA a fait l’objet, dernièrement, de plusieurs convocations intempestives (…) BurundiAfrica October 21, 2020 Find out more to go further Reporters Without Borders: Does your radio station, Radio Publique Africaine (RPA), manage to work normally? December 15, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Three questions to Radio Publique Africaine manager Eric Manirakiza Reporters Without Borders: What can be done to defend media freedom in Burundi, and what is your message to the authorities and the international community as regards stopping further deterioration? The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa Related documents question1-2.mp3MPEG – 3.41 MBquestion2-2.mp3MPEG – 2.7 MBquestion3-2.mp3MPEG – 2.3 MB BurundiAfrica Reports RSF_en June 5, 2020 Find out more News Eric Manirakiza, the manager of Burundi’s privately-owned Radio Publique Africaine (RPA), visited Reporters Without Borders headquarters in Paris on 6 December. Reporters Without Borders asked him about the situation of journalists in Burundi, which has worsened markedly this year, and about the government’s increasing harassment of the media.Listen to his replies (in french). Help by sharing this information November 27, 2020 Find out more News News Receive email alerts Burundian appeal court upholds prison sentences for four journalists Reporters Without Borders: With privately-owned media being harassed, journalists interrogated and now another arrest, what is your view of the media freedom situation in Burundi? (…)Il faut aider notre gouvernement à comprendre qu’il y a des droits qu’on ne peut plus remettre en cause. (…)last_img read more