Growing Uncertainties For DR Congo's December Polls
Electoral official Jean-Pierre Kalamba has said that the government is struggling to raise the U.S.$1.8 billion needed to run the elections that are set for December 23, while mistrust between politicians is on the increase.
A voter registration exercise organized by the electoral commission.
Southern Africa: Decisive Leadership Needed From SADC to Address DRC Crisis
Fahamu, 16 March 2018
The announcement of a date for general elections in a country roiled in political conflict and ruled by an unpopular leader should be regarded as a positive move. But not so in the… Read more »
Zambia Reports, 23 March 2018
Exiled Congolese opposition leader Moїse Chapwe Katumbi has declared a new, war free & economically viable country is possible. Read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: Humanitarian Crisis Deepens As President Kabila Clings to Power
Deutsche Welle, 25 March 2018
Aid experts say the number of Congolese in need of aid, including food, has doubled over the past year. President Joseph Kabila has refused to leave office despite an election… Read more »