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MILITARY

Uganda's Military Sends Ground Troops To The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Ground troops from Uganda's military have been sent to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to fight ADF rebels. A series of bombs in Uganda are being blamed on the ADF. Analysts, on the other hand, believe that allowing the Ugandan army into the DRC will exacerbate tensions with Rwanda.

  19 hours ago ago
Uganda's Military Sends Ground Troops To The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

POLITICS

Patrice Lumumba's Curse That Congo Will Never Have Peace Seem To Be Coming True.

Patrice Emery Lumumba was one of the toughest and no-nonsense leaders in Africa. He was born on July 2, 1925, in Kasai province in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He later joined other Activists who were fighting for African freedom. In 1958, he joined the Congo National Movement party.

  6 days ago ago
Patrice Lumumba's Curse That Congo Will Never Have Peace Seem To Be Coming True.

HEALTH

Things you Need to Know About HIV/AIDs

1st December is marked as the designated day that is celebrated as worlds Aids day.It has been celebrated since 1988.The day is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDs pandemic caused by the spread of the HIV infections and mourning those who have died of the disease. It is widely believed that HIV originated in the Democratic Republic of Congo around 1920 when HIV crossed species from Chimpanzees to humans.The chimpanzee version of the virus ,Simian Immunodeficiency Virus(SIV) was probably passed to humans when they hunted these Chimpanzees for meat and came into contact with their infeccted blood.

  3 days ago ago
Things you Need to Know About HIV/AIDs

HEALTH

Things you need to know about HIV AIDS

The first of December is designated as World Aids Day. It has been observed annually since 1988. The day is devoted to increasing awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infections and to grieving for those who have perished as a result of the disease.

  2 days ago ago
Things you need to know about HIV AIDS

POLITICS

Four African Presidents Who Came to a Gruesome End After a Long Stay in Power

Africa is a continent that has always had its fair share of leaders who clung to power when they shouldn't have or just became ruthless when they ascended into power. The cases are many across the continent from the Northern tip to South Africa where apartheid was in practice for decades even after the nation had attained independence.

  1 month ago ago
Four African Presidents Who Came to a Gruesome End After a Long Stay in Power

BETTING

Place These Six Perfect Games With Great Odds And Earn Huge Money This Monday.

Uganda Vs Mali Mali are the favourite team that will finish the group stages as the leaders. Only one team is needed from each group to qualify to the next stage and Mali is the team that might finish ahead of Kenya and Rwanda. They currently lead with three points after beating Rwanda in their first meeting and with a very strong squad, they will also beat Uganda cranes today.

  2 months ago ago
Place These Six Perfect Games With Great Odds And Earn Huge Money This Monday.

POLITICS

Mombasa Governor And Raila Warm Miraa Farmers Hearts By Delivering Good News

Former Primer Minister Raila Odinga is currently on a tour country wide to better the chances of him becoming a President Come 2022. He visited Meru county where he visited accompanied with Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan and some other governors. A multitude of people were in large numbers.

  1 month ago ago
Mombasa Governor And Raila Warm Miraa Farmers Hearts By Delivering   Good News

HEALTH

Health education: Statistics show that, HIV/AIDS is still authentic and common today

It is trusted that HIV/AIDS started in the Democratic Republic of Congo, during the 1920s where a comparative strain to the infection, was found among chimpanzees, and it mismatched to people. In 1981, gay men who lived in New York City, purportedly had Pneumocystis carinii and Kaposis Sarcoma, which is a lung disease and uncommon type of malignant growth.

  15 days ago ago
Health education: Statistics show that, HIV/AIDS is still authentic and common today

ENVIRONMENT

The Country With The Largest Forest Cover in the World

Agro forestry is the planting and maintain of trees. We have two types of forests, planted forest and natural forest. Planted or artificial, was grown and cultivated with man himself while natural forest is the one that grows on its on, it does not need any form of maintenance for it to grow.

  3 months ago ago
The Country With The Largest Forest Cover in the World

EDUCATION

"Ni Kubaya" See What A Group Of Students Did In Parliament Building That Has Taken World's Attention

A group of students have made it to the world's headlights after they were captured carrying a very bold exercise. Students in Democratic Republic of Congo,DRC were recorded showing their solidarity to their trainers after they matched all the way to the country's Parliament building to demand for their teachers increase in salary and proper working conditions.

  1 month ago ago

EDUCATION

Is CBC a Comeback of Traditional African Education System?

Education in Africa has a long history that goes past colonial times. Historically, there is evidence to support this. Sakore University which is one of the world's oldest universities is found in Timbuktu, Mali. The university dates back to 1200 AD. The oldest known mathematical tool in the world is the Lebombo bone (35,000 years) which was discovered in Swaziland, Southern Africa.

  2 months ago ago
Is CBC a Comeback of Traditional African Education System?

MILITARY

Danger Zone, See the Heavily Armed Militia That KDF is Fighting In Congo (Photos)

The KDF was on Monday, 9th August 2021, deployed to the Democratic Republic of Congo as a Quick Reaction Force (QRF) on the United Nations Stabilization Mission (MUNUSCO). (KDF soldiers during deployment) The Brigade is set to aid the under-equipped, poorly trained, and disorganized Congolese Army in doing away with the insecurity in Eastern Congo.

  1 month ago ago
Danger Zone, See the Heavily Armed Militia That KDF is Fighting In Congo (Photos)

SOCIETY

NPS Trashes Rumours Revealing Where Mutyambai Had Gone

The National Kenya Police had trashed circulating rumours which went viral that Inspector General of National Police Service, Hillary Mutyambai is seek. This was in response to a post that went viral on some of the news platforms that Mutyambai had been admitted over health complications. Writing on their official Twitter account, the following was revealed;

  1 month ago ago
NPS Trashes Rumours Revealing Where Mutyambai Had Gone

SOCIETY

The National Police Service Issues A Statement On Health Status Of IG Mutyambai & His Whereabouts

The National Police Service (NPS) today has released a comment on their social media handle, dismissing claims that the police boss was unwell. The National Police Service used that time to clarify that the news doing rounds on social media about the health status of the Police boss as fake.

  1 month ago ago
The National Police Service Issues A Statement On Health Status Of IG Mutyambai & His Whereabouts

SOCIETY

Another dangerous drug. Car-exhaust narcotic rage alarms Congo's city

According to Reuters, a new craze for a drug derived from crushed vehicle exhaust filters is babbling authorities in Kinshasa, triggering a campaign to mark out the blend and a related rash of car part thefts. Last month police rounded up and paraded almost100 alleged sellers and users of the drug known as "bombe" which means powerful in the local Lingala language, following a call to action by Democratic Republic of Congo President Felix Tshisekedi.

  2 months ago ago
Another dangerous drug. Car-exhaust narcotic rage alarms Congo's city

SOCIETY

Surprised Twitter Users React To How Bodies Are Transported on Motorbikes in DR. Congo [Photos]

African Archives posted, "How some dead bodies are transported in the Democratic Republic of Congo. On these pictures, you can see two people sitting on a motorcycle. It may look normal for some at first sight. But in fact, both of those sitting behind the rider are no longer alive.

  4 months ago ago
Surprised Twitter Users React To How Bodies Are Transported on Motorbikes in DR. Congo [Photos]

SPORTS

Mohammed Salah Shifts Focus To World Cup Qualifiers

It has been barely 3 days when Salah scored a breathtaking goal against Manchester City on English Premier League match. The top notch player of Liverpool have switched focus to 2022 World cup qualifiers. This is an opportunity for Egypt to write a new chapter of history. Egypt needs at least four points to take over the first position of group F. They are to play against Libya who are on the lead both home and away ahead of finals during November.

  1 month ago ago
Mohammed Salah Shifts Focus To World Cup Qualifiers

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Big Win For Miraa Farmers As Joho Withdraws Tax To Mombasa County

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has ordered the withdrawal of tax payments for miraa carriers to Mombasa County. In a roadside statement, Joho promised miraa farmers that no charges will be imposed on their precious merchandise heading to Mombasa County. The Mombasa County Assembly rejected a motion in 2014 that proposed a ban on the consumption of miraa by utility drivers.

  1 month ago ago
Big Win For Miraa Farmers As Joho Withdraws Tax To Mombasa County

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Interesting Facts About Democratic Republic Of Congo

1. DR Congo is the world's richest country with regards to mineral resources, it has an estimated $23 Trillion worth of mineral deposit still untapped. If properly utilized, DR Congo will be both the largest net-exporter of natural resources and net-producer of finished goods in the world.

  2 months ago ago
Interesting Facts About Democratic Republic Of Congo

SOCIETY

DR Congo: Policeman shoots dead student for not wearing mask

A Democratic Republic of Congo policeman has shot a student along the streets for not wearing his mask. "Our friend Honore Shama, a student in the faculty of arts at the University of Kinshasa, was filming a video as part of his acting practical work requirement," Patient Odia, a friend who was present at the confrontation, told AFP.

  4 months ago ago
DR Congo: Policeman shoots dead student for not wearing mask