"Radio Isanganiro Amakuru" is a Kirundi phrase meaning "Radio Isanganiro News." Radio Isanganiro is a station in Bujumbura, Burundi, whose name means "Radio Meetingpoint." "Amakuru" is the plural form of the Kirundi word "inkuru," which means "news."
Radio Isanganiro is a private Burundian radio station that began broadcasting in 2002. The station aims to promote peaceful dialogue between people of different ethnic groups and to provide impartial and balanced reporting. It won the Prince Claus award in 2007 in recognition of its contribution to promoting peace in Burundi.
Kirundi is a Bantu language spoken in the East African country of Burundi. There are also Kirundi speakers in Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Kirundi and French are the two official languages of Burundi.