IMC-Africa Audio

Un Rwandais se voit refuser l'acces au COP-17

Sat, 2011-12-03 16:24
Submitted by Erick

Un Rwandais dont le nom n'est pas encore divulgué a été contraint de retourner en arrière lorsqu'il voulait entrer dans une des conférences a Durban dans la province du KwaZulu Natal (Afrique du Sud) ou se déroule le Cop-17 sur le changement climatique.
"Tu vas attendre un officiel de ton pays qui pourra témoigner que tu as été invité" lui ont conseillé les agents de sécurité de la porte d'entrée de cette conférence, selon les déclarations de l'individu lui-même,apres avoir échoué a exhiber sa carte d'acréditation.
La personne en question serait issu d'une organisation sans but lucratif qui opère a l'Est du Rwanda et ferait partie de l'équipage de la caravane qui est arrivée a Durban le 24 novembre 2011.

Imishyikirano hagati y’abakire n’abakene ntivugwaho rumwe n’abitabiriye ibiganiro bya Durban 2011/Negociations on climate change fail:protestors in Durban

Fri, 2011-12-02 11:33
Submitted by Erick

Negotiations led by corporate controlled governments, are failing to address the climate crisis, say protestors gathered in Durban climate justice related events at coop17 in Durban.
“Carbon emissions have been increasing and temperatures rising. Africa is burning.
The reality is that carbon reduction is a speculation and carbon capture is false solutions. This market solution reflects the influence of corporations ensuring governments do not sacrifice economic growth and corporate profits”.
They add “The rich nations are not committed to radically cutting emissions. They indicated that they don’t want any agreement to come into effect and finally, African governments trapped in the illusion of adaptation and mitigation finance and technology transfers are now realizing that are not forthcoming.”
Protestors gather in their climate change tent at University of Kwazulu Natal every evening to debate these questions and draw attention to alternatives amongst, to stop capitalism!
The majority of protestors are from Central, Eastern and Southern Africa countries who got in Durban by route.

Eric Kayihura
Durban

Nk’uko bitangazwa n’abantu bateraniye hanze y’inyubako irimo kuberamo ibiganiro,ngo abakene by’umwihariko abanyafurika basanga ibyemerwa n’ibihugu bikize ari ibyo twakwita mu Kinyarwanda “uduhendabana”.
Abari mu myigaragambyo baratanga urugero ko mu masezerano yo kubungabunga ibidukikije n’imihindagurikire y’I kirere yabereye I Kyoto mu Buyapani, hari ibintu bitatu byari byemeje none ibihugu bikize bikaba birimo gutunganya kimwe gusa nabwo mu buryo burimo ikinyoma n'uburiganya.

Icya mbere bavuga ni uko ngo I Kyoto hari hemejwe ko Abakoresha ibyuka bihumanya ikirere batangira gushaka uburyo ibyo bikorwa byagabanywa. Abari mu biganiro I Durban muri Afrika y’epfo bakaba bemeza ko nta kigeze gikorwa na kimwe kuri iyo ngingo none ubushyuhe bukaba bukomeje kwiyongera n'ikirere kigakomeza guhindagurika.

Icya kabiri bavuga cyari cyemejjwe ni uko habaho gukumira ko hari ibindi byonona ikirere byongera kubaho. Iyo ngingo nayo abari mu biganiiro I Durban barasanga itarubahirijwe.

Ingingo bavuga ko yagerageje kubahirizwa ariko nayo ikaba ngo irimo ikinyoma n’uduhendabana ni iyo bise “adaptation grant” itegeka ibihugu bikize guha ibihugu bikennye ubushobozi bw’ibikorwa bivugurura ubuhumanne bw’ikirere nko gutera amashyamba aho atari,kurinda inzuzi imigezi n’ibiyaga n’ibindi bikorwa bigomba gushorwamo amafranga mu rwego rwo kurengera ibidukikije.
Abari mu myigaragambyo rero, barasanga iyo nkunga ikwiye gutangwa ariko ntisimbure guhagarika no gukumira burundu ibikorwa bihumanya ikirere ngo kuko iyo bavuga ngo bakora ku buryo bagabanya ibyuka bihumanya ikirere baba babeshya nta wushobora kumenya ingano y’ibihumanya,n’icyo yagabanyijeho.

Abigaragambya bateraniye hanze y’inyubako iberamo imishyikirano hagati y’ibihugu bikize n’ibikennye,bakaba biganjemo abaturutse imihanda yose bakagera I Dudban muri Afrika y’epfo bakoresheje amamodoka ya Kampala Coach mu rugendo rwahagurukiye I Burundi rukanyura muri Afrika y’uburasirazuba, no mubihugu byo mu majyepfo y’Afrika.
Eric Kayihura
Durban

Abazulu: ubwoko bwihagazeho mu gihe cy'ubukoloni/ Resistance of Zulu clans

Thu, 2011-12-01 20:11
Submitted by Erick

Aba Zulu ni abaturage bo mu tara ya Kwazulu Natal,bakaba barakomotse muri Afrika yo hagati n'uburasirazuba.Bazwiho kuba barunzwe n'umwami wabo abigisha uburyo bumwe bwo guhangana n'abakoloni. Bari mu bagikoresha ururimi rucura ingoni(nguni languages).

ABANYAMAKURU BA INDYMEDIA BAHUJE IBIKORWA BYA DURBAN N’IBYA NAIROBI KU BIDUKIKIJE/ Indymedia journalists in Durban in live conjunction with Nairobi team

Thu, 2011-12-01 19:52
Submitted by Erick

Abagize ihuriro ryitwa Indymedia rihuje abanyamakuru bakorana n’abaturage mu buryo bwa hafi bari I Durban muri Afrika y’epfo biyemeje guhuza ibikorwa n’abateraniye I Nairobi muri Kenya.

AMASAMBU YABA AGIYE GUSUBIZA INYUMA UBWIYUNGE MURI AFRIKA Y’EPFO/ Will land use problems sabotage reconciliation in South Africa?

Thu, 2011-12-01 19:41
Submitted by Erick

Abagore bo mucyaro bo mu gihugu cya Afrika y’epfo baratakambira amahanga kubafasha kumvisha leta yabo guhagarika kubimura mu masambu yabo akomeje guhabwa abashoramari.
Nk’uko babitangarije mu biganiro birimo kubera I Durban muri Afrika y’epfo,abo bagore baravuga ko kubimura mu masambu yabo ari ukubabuza uburenganzira bwo kubaho mu migenzo yabo ya gakondo. Banongeraho ko uretse no kubambura amasambu babagamo ahubwo bakwiye no kubongerera ku bikingi bifitwe n’abakire kuko barambiwe gukomeza gutamikwa

Radio Izuba determined to cover the COOP-17

Wed, 2011-11-30 17:31
Submitted by Erick

Even if Radio Izuba is continuing to be a poor radio for poor people,is determined to cover tha coop-17 dedicated to climate change in Durban South Africa. The convergences are held in University of Kwa-Zulu Natal which is a region with a somehow stagnant climate, according to natives. Radio Izuba sent his reporter Eric Kayihura with the mission of reporting everything end everyday for its 2,000 listeners.
Eric Kayihura has met other comrades from around the world especially from IMC-Africa.So many themes have been planned during the whole stay sach as Woman and climate,Refugees and climate, HIV/AIDS world day,Grassroots and extreme weather,rural woman's assembly,climate justice hearings,international climate jobs etc.They manage to hold a live blogging session with comrades from Kenya who have another convergence of people in one township of Nairobi.
E.K

Dakar by night: conversation with Bifall frontline.

Tue, 2011-06-14 10:44
Submitted by motho

For a youngster from the ghettoes of Soweto and villages of KwaZulu Natal like myself. Dakar represented a distant and mystical land coloured by rich yet traumatic history of colonial occupation and human slavery.

When i touched down on the sandy roads of this modern metropolis, i felt a throbbing desire to explore and discover some of the elements of this mistique. The WSF provided the backdrop the IMC-Africa house a situating premise and being among brothers and sister from accross the continent provided a motivation to gather my courage and seek out the source of the ever distant drums and chanting voices.

We were blessed to meet Moussa Bayefall, a tall princely young man who took the innitiative to introduce himself and the mission of his movement: the Maribou. Dispite the phycical limitations of language; somehow he managed to speak directly to my heart and prodded me follow him on a journey of revelation(s).

Below is a sample audio recordings we made during our visit to the outskirts of the Dakar ghetto armed only with audio recorders, cell-phone torch, Alex's video camera with no light, Baba Bukulu's careful suspicion and the sharp interest of Russell and Victor digging with question seeking to be enlightened.

In good time; we will do a proper posting of that evening for now, we provide rough hint of the events of that February night in the Dark sheep kraal and within the company of the Baye Fall sages.

Keep in tune for more.

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Nigerian women lead the struggle against environmental and social problems caused by oil companies / Les femmes nigériennes menent la lutte contre les problèmes environnementaux et sociaux causés par les firmes pétrolières

Thu, 2011-03-10 20:20
Submitted by nicolehummel

The West-African nation of Nigeria is one of Africa's largest oil producers, and while the industry has created billions of dollars in revenue it also has led to corruption, repression and devastated the health and environment of many communities. But in the Niger Delta, women are fighting back. FSRN'S Nicole Hummel files this report.

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Nigeria en Afrique de l'Ouest est l'un des plus grands producteurs de pétrole, et alors que l'industrie a créé des milliards de dollars pour le gouvernement, il a également contribué à la corruption, la répression et a dévasté la santé et l'environnement de nombreuses communautés. Mais dans le Niger Delta, les femmes luttent. Nicole Hummel de FSRN nous présente ce reportage.

West Africa Simmering (Nicole interviews Sphinx on Best of Both Worlds - Radiohive) / Mouvements en Afrique de l'Ouest (Un Interview avec Sphinx sur Best of Both Worlds - Radiohive)

Thu, 2011-03-10 20:08
Submitted by nicolehummel

From the Indymedia Africa Convergence, to a recent crackdown on hip-hop activists in Senegal, to women fighting back in the Niger Delta, to a new community radio in Mali… Tonight Best of Both Worlds explores the uprising that is simmering West Africa. Tune in for stories from women’s movements in the Niger Delta, music and updates from the musicians/activists of Keur Gui, and an interview with Indymedia’s Sphinx.

Featuring music from the Lijadu Sisters (Nigeria) and Keur Gui (Kaolack, Senegal).

Listen here

(http://www.radiohive.org/shows/west-africa-simmering)

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De la convergence Indymedia Afrique, à une récente vague de répression contre les activistes d'un groupe hip-hop au Sénégal, aux femmes du Niger Delta qui se luttent contre les firmes petroliers, à une radio communautaire au Mali ... Ce soir Best of Both Worlds discute les mouvements recents en Afrique de l'Ouest. Branchez-vous pour des histoires sur les mouvements de femmes dans le delta du Niger, de la musique et des mises à jour des musiciens/activistes de Keur Gui, et un interview avec Sphinx Indymedia.

Vous entendrez de la musique des Lijadu Sisters (Nigeria) et de Keur Gui (Kaolack, Sénégal).

Ecouter ici

(http://www.radiohive.org/shows/west-africa-simmering)

Le forum et les étudiants du campus

Tue, 2011-02-08 20:39
Submitted by phenixwaraba

Certains étudiants de L'université Cheick Anta Diop ignorent le but du Forum social mondial qui se tient pourtant au sein de leur université.Les organisateurs ont ciblé ce temple du savoir pour permettre aux étudiants de différentes nationalités qui y étudient de profiter du grand évènement.D'aucuns disent ne pas être informé davantage sur l'évènement et d'autres pensent que beaucoup de forums de ce genre se sont tenus mais n'ont rien changé dans le monde. voici la réaction de quelques étudiants au micro de Sékou Diawara .