Recently, the US declared the rebel group Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) as a terrorist organization in connection with their links to ISIS.
Kambale Musavuli from the Centre for Research on the Congo talks about why the killings don’t stop in the DRC.
Kambale Musavuli from the Centre for Research on the Congo talks about the recent visit of two AFRICOM officials to the DRC and the agenda presented by the delegation.
In the first episode of our new show, Dispatches from the Congo, we take a look the life and legacy of the iconic Patrice Lumumba on the anniversary of his martyrdom
On the 60th anniversary of his assassination, activists and researchers from across the African continent will discuss the legacy of Lumumba today
We talk to Kambale Musavuli, who explains the spirit behind Congo Week, the history of exploitation and violence against the people, and their inspiring fight-back.
Congolese militant and activist Ernest Wamba dia Wamba passed away on July 15 in Kinshasa
Global mining companies operating in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been accused by trade unions of violating workers’ rights in the name of the coronavirus pandemic
We talk to Kambale Musavuli, a Congolese human rights’ activist, on the current situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A recent ‘African-themed party’ in Brussels shows that many Belgians have not learnt from their horrific past as a brutal colonial power in Africa.
Kambale Musavuli writes on the challenges that the Congolese people face after they ended Joseph Kabila’s nearly two decades of repressive rule
Despite the country having rich mineral deposit, most of the citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo live in extreme poverty. However, a new generation of youth are determined to overcome this contradiction and break the culture of plunder.