After three years of political exile, the former governor of Katanga province and a former presidential candidate, Moise Katumbi, has returned home to Lubumbashi.
Moïse Katumbi's Return Portends Shifting Alliances in Politics
ICG, 23 May 2019
On 20 May prominent opposition leader and businessman Moïse Katumbi returned to the Democratic Republic of Congo from exile. In this Q&A, Crisis Group's Deputy Project… Read more »
Opposition leader Moïse Katumbi in Lubumbashi
Opposition Leader Katumbi Returns
RFI, 20 May 2019
After three years of political exile, the former governor of Katanga province in the Democratic Republic of Congo and a former presidential candidate, Moise Katumbi, has returned… Read more »
Exiled Opposition Leader Katumbi is Back
RFI, 7 May 2019
The Congolese businessman and politician Moise Katumbi has announced he will return to the Democratic Republic of Congo on 20 May, following three years of self-imposed exile. Read more »
Torture Thrives in Climate of Impunity
VOA, 19 May 2019
A U.N. watchdog group is demanding an end to the widespread practice of torture and other cruel punishments in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The DRC is one of six countries… Read more »
While DR Congo's President Felix Tshisekedi reaches his first 100 days in office, the country is impatiently waiting for him to fulfill the many promises he made at his ... Read more »
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