Bakata-Katanga: Solution Miraculeuse de Martin Kobler

Le Bakata-Katanga, une milice-force dirigée par Kyungu Mutanga alias Gédéon[1] emboite le pas de Moise Tshombe[2]. Le rêve du Katanga-Shaba indépendant date des années 1960 ; une demande qui n’a pas trouvé des supporteurs sur le plan intérieur et particulièrement sur le plan international pour des raisons diverses et presque en grande partie liées à la [...]

DRC’s Governance Complexity: Wouldn’t finally be an Empty Box?

Governance either good or bad is likely a broad concept used into scholars and researches to confine a bunch of components that would take time to detail and hence making reader falling bored; an arguably avoidable mistake into these fields. Scholars and researchers prefer to stick on key point while keeping reader concentrated and interested.… Read the rest “DRC’s Governance Complexity: Wouldn’t finally be an Empty Box?”

Selfish Representative: What would you tell to your next DRC’s Parliamentary Representative?

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has 500 parliamentary delegates and a large number of senators. Their first mission would be that of legislating and controlling the government, while at the same time representing their constituencies’ views. It clearly sounds that they stand as people’s representatives within a complex politico-administrative top level management.… Read the rest “Selfish Representative: What would you tell to your next DRC’s Parliamentary Representative?”

Would I have to wait 16 more years to identify who to blame in DRC?

I grew up in a remote village of Itombwe customary chieftaincy (Collectivité d’Itombwe), Mwenga territory in South-Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The first challenges I had to come across were related to learning things at school that were seemingly as stories, untouchable.… Read the rest “Would I have to wait 16 more years to identify who to blame in DRC?”