Conversations avec des experts et des personnalités.
Jean Kenge speaks with Father Santedi Kimputu on the CENI, political dialogue and the electoral process.
Philippe Biyoya is director of the Pan-African Institute of International and Strategic Relations (IPRIS) and professor of political science at the University of Lubumbashi.
Interview with Devon Curtis, lecturer at Cambridge University, on the Burundian political crisis.
Elisabeth Caesens is technical advisor to the Carter Center. She previously acted as the director of their mining governance project, based in Lubumbashi. This is the first of two podcasts with her on mining in the Congo, where she talks about the reform of Gécamines (the state-owned mining company), possible links between electoral financing and mining deals, and the China-Congo mining deal.