The Congo Research Group (CRG) conducted two years of research into the massacres around Beni, interviewing 245 sources, including many perpetrators and eyewitnesses. The report is 93 pages long (read it here) and worth reading for every sub-clause. For those with limited time, here’s a quick summary, outlining how the Congolese
“We reject any notion of a third dialogue with Kabila!” Was the verdict of Felix Tshisekedi, the leader of the main opposition coalition in the Congo. This is now emerging as the consensus among what is usually a fractious civil society and opposition: no more talking with Kabila. At the
Since 2013, a mysterious string of mass killings has taken place around Beni, in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo. This startling wave of attacks transformed Beni territory from an area of relative calm into one of the country’s most violent theaters of conflict in a decade. These killings—primarily machete attacks—bring
In response to Congo Research Group’s report, published July 19, 2017, All the President’s Wealth: The Kabila Family Business, several individuals and companies have issued statements. We are including those statements below: Nando’s “Nando’s is not operating in the DRC as we exited our franchise agreement in 2011. Please can
This week Jason talks to Ida Sawyer, Central Africa Director for Human Rights Watch, about the recent unrest, protests, and discuss the recent shifts in civil society, politics, and their effects on a possible transition, elections, and President Kabila’s future. Podcast
This week, a Board of Inquiry commissioned by the United Nations Secretary-General submitted its final report into the murder of Michael Sharp and Zaida Catalán, two members of the UN Group of Experts who were assassinated in the Kasai region on March 12, 2017. The report, which is confidential but
Jason et Patient fêtent le premier anniversaire d’Actualité.cd et parlent de ses réussites et défis. Ensuite, ils font une analyse des manifestations, villes mortes ainsi que les attaques récentes du Bundu dia Kongo. Pour lire nos publications et vous abonner à notre bulletin hebdomadaire, veuillez visiter notre site, www.gecongo.org.
Nous vous fournissons un podcast extra – l’interview fait par Eric Tshikuma, redacteur en chef de www.zoom-eco.net, avec Jason au sujet du rapport du Groupe d’Étude sur le Congo, Richesses du Président: l’Entreprise Familiale des Kabila, disponible ici: congoresearchgroup.org/richesses-du-…dent/?lang=fr