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Plane crash kills DRC presidential aide

An aide close to President Joseph Kabila has been killed and the finance minister seriously injured in a plane crash in the east of the DRC.

Anti-Joseph Kabila protesters urge DRC boycott at Indaba

Protesters opposed to the DRC's Joseph Kabila are picketing outside the Mining Indaba, calling on investors to eschew the country's mineral resources.

DRC election protest goes viral

A police swoop on South Africa's Congolese community -- which police maintain resulted in the arrest of 150 Congolese men -- has galvanised activists.

Kabila camp takes DRC parliamentary majority

Two months after elections that were rejected by the DRC's opposition and observers, Joseph Kabila and allies have won the parliamentary majority.

DRC police hit Tshisekedi supporters with teargas

Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have sealed off the residence of Etienne Tshisekedi and dispersed a group of his supporters using tear gas.

Congolese nationals claim intimidation during raids

Congolese nationals living in South Africa are furious at what they call politically-linked intimidation and violence by police during raids.

Observers condemn irregularities in DRC vote count

Electoral observers have slated the DRC's election process and questioned the legitimacy of the results, saying it was marred by irregularities.

DRC legislative vote results delayed

The DRC's electoral commission has announced that the results of the November parliamentary polls expected on Friday would be delayed further.

VSV calls for new round of monitored elections in DRC

A rights group in the Democratic Republic of Congo has called for new elections following November's controversial legislative and presidential polls.

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