Filing stories each day for Voice of America and Agence France Presse, Nindorera brings the world objective accounts of peace negotiations, the progress of the conflict and, most important, the story of what the war is doing to the people of Burundi.
Nindorera's reports on human rights violations by all factions have generated considerable international attention. But as her reward for more than four years of solid journalism, Nindorera has not had one day of peace. She has been arrested numerous times. Her home has been ransacked, her equipment confiscated by the government, and she has been forced to move to avoid harassment.
In one frightening personal encounter, a high-level government official told Nindorera that she would be shot in the head if she continued to report the news. Undeterred, she continues her work, bringing the war to the world while maintaining the highest professional standards and journalistic integrity.