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#PoliticoCD. | Patriotic block march: Gentiny Ngobila gives his approval and determines two routes

– Advertising- After the working session he had this Friday, November 26, 2021 with the representatives of MILAPRO and CALCC, the Governor of the city of Kinshasa, Gentiny Ngobila authorized the peaceful march of the movement known as “Patriotic Bloc” against the politicization of the independent national electoral commission (CENI) …

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#VOA. | CAF agrees for a World Cup every two years

The African Football Confederation (CAF) has been the first continental body since Friday to officially approve the controversial idea of ​​a World Cup every two years, at the same pace as its African Cup of Nations (CAN). Unanimously, the bosses of the 54 national football federations of Africa voted “yes” …

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#ActualiteCD. | of children will plant 300,000 trees by early December – Desk Nature

At least three hundred thousand (300,000) trees will be planted until Saturday 04 December on various sites selected across the city-province of Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. And it is children who will carry out this afforestation with seedlings. They will be prepared by the Ministry …

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#PoliticoCD. | Men’s Conference on Positive Masculinity: Kagame and Faure Gnassingbé in Kinshasa

– Advertising- Paul Kagame and Faure Gnassingbé, respectively President of Rwanda and President of Togo arrived in Kinshasa, capital of the DRC to participate in the summit of Heads of State and Government called “Men’s Conference on Positive Masculinity”. The objective pursued through this summit which opens this Thursday, November …

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#VOA. | Morocco and Israel sign unprecedented security deal

Morocco and Israel on Wednesday concluded an “unprecedented” framework security cooperation agreement during a historic visit to Rabat by Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz, in the midst of tension between the Shereefian kingdom and Algeria. Mr. Gantz, a former head of the Israeli army, was received early in the morning …

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#ActualiteCD. | an NGO warns about mining in the Lubudi Sampwe hunting area – Desk Nature

The National Peasant League for Human Rights (LINAPEDHO) warns about mining in the Lubudi Sampwe hunting area belonging to the Upemba National Park. In its report of a field mission, this NGO reveals that the process for the reopening of the Kipafu quarry has already started while the MUVULE quarry …

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#VOA. | Apple Sues Israeli Spyware Company NSO Group

Apple says it is suing Israeli NSO Group, maker of the controversial Pegasus spyware. Apple will be the second company to sue NSO after Facebook, now Meta, sued over similar concerns that Pegasus was targeting WhatsApp users. Meta owns WhatsApp. The case is still working its way through the courts. …

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#PoliticoCD. | DRC-Zambia: Félix Tshisekedi and Hakainde Hichilema discuss the settlement of border disputes in Tanganyika

– Advertising- The Congolese President and President of the African Union, Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo and his counterpart from the Republic of Zambia, President Hakainde Hichilema discussed this Tuesday, November 23, 2021, at the Palace of the Nation. According to the Congolese presidential press, the time was right for the two …

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#VOA. | Burkina Faso Internet Shutdown Continues into Fourth Day

OUAGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO – The shutdown of internet access via mobile phone networks that began Saturday dragged on for a fourth day Tuesday. The government said in a statement the shutdown is in the interest of national defense and public security and will last until around 10 p.m. tonight. VOA …

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#REUTERS. | Two Chinese and a Congolese official sentenced to 10 years in prison for pimping

Ye Jing Peng and Lili Bin were sentenced to ten years and three months in prison on November 21 for procuring Chinese nationals and using false documents, their lawyer, Ms. Nicky Bayo, said. A Congolese official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was sentenced to the same sentence “for having …

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#VOA. | Rising number of Covid cases in South Africa

Marie-Chantal is waiting for her injection. “But only because I was asked,” grumbled the fifty-something, resigned, before rolling up her sleeve. The Central African Republic has only vaccinated 7% of its population against Covid-19 for the time being. For the health authorities of this vast country, the second least developed …

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#ActualiteCD. | a Canadian firm presents a $ 135 million project to recycle waste in Kinshasa – Desk Nature

The Biocrude Technologies group wants to help the city of Kinshasa to recycle its thousands of tons of waste. On November 19, a delegation from this Canadian law firm met with Ève Bazaiba Masudi, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the Environment and Sustainable Development. During these discussions, the delegation …

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#PoliticoCD. | Kinshasa: Despite the governor’s ban, the patriotic bloc maintains its sit-in scheduled for Monday in front of the CENI

– Advertising- It is a real standoff that is being erected between the provincial authorities of Kinshasa on the one hand, and on the other hand, the political and social forces, united around secular Protestants and Catholics, who demand depoliticization. of the independent national electoral commission (CENI). While the Kinshasa …

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#ActualiteCD. | Eco-guard killed in attack attributed to M23 combatants in Virunga Park – Desk Nature

An eco-guard was killed during the night from Saturday to Sunday during the attack on a patrol station of the Congolese Institute for the Conservation of Nature (ICCN) in Bukima in the heart of Virunga National Park. M23 combatants are suspected, according to initial information reported by Olivier Mushiete who …

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#REUTERS. | Canada approves Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine for 5-11 year olds

In a busy market square on the outskirts of Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, Nyasha Ndou keeps her face mask in her pocket. Around him, hundreds of other people, most of them unmasked, scramble to buy and sell fruits and vegetables displayed on wooden tables and plastic sheeting. Here, as in several …

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