On the equator, Burundi is located in South. Thus, it is on both southern and eastern hemispheres. The latitude and longitude is 3o 22 S and 29o 21 E. Bujumbura is capital city of Burundi. Burundi is the smallest country with a population of about 6,500,000. Beneath the Lake Tanganyika, Burundi has massive nickel and oil reserves; due to lack of funds, extraction is not possible. Most of the people of this country rely on farming. The farmers of Burundi grow crops like cassava and maize. The main languages spoken are Kirundi, French, and Swahili. The currency note is Burundi Franc. Over plantings in these lands have caused soil erosion.