M23 Rebels

DRC rebels ‘crying for attention’

The leader of rebel group M23 has warned that the peace deal signed two years ago could fail because of the state's lack of commitment.

Pressure on SA to rout DRC rebels

But fears of civilian casualties could see the army renege on a commitment to disarm combatants.

South African soldiers injured in DRC attack

Violence continues in the eastern DRC after an attack from an armed group left three South African soldiers injured.

DRC soldiers convicted of sexual violence

About 12 soldiers have been convicted in the east DRC where government troops have battled to clamp down on several armed groups.

Hope for peace in DRC

The end of conflict with the M23 rebels has people in the eastern DRC hoping for peace.

DRC: Hopes dashed for a peace deal with M23

Talks to finalise a truce between the DRC and defeated M23 rebels have collapsed, in a setback to efforts to end one of Africa's longest conflicts.

M23 rebels and DRC to sign peace pact

The DRC and defeated M23 rebels are set to sign a peace deal in what the UN hopes will be a key step in efforts to end decades of war.

Hopes of M23 peace deal in the DRC

Defeated M23 rebels in the Congo are poised to sign a peace deal with the government, in what is hoped will be a turning point to end decades of war.

Rwanda’s M23 gamble backfires

UN experts have accused Uganda and Rwanda of backing M23 rebels, and despite denials, officials in Kigali have been anxious over the turn of events.

M23: Protect our members from UN, DRC forces

M23 rebel leaders have been pleading with Uganda's president Yoweri Museveni to keep fleeing rebel soldiers that have fled into his country safe.

US could lift Rwanda sanctions if Kigali cuts M23 ties

After freezing financial aid to Kigali, Washington has indicted it is ready to lift sanctions against Rwanda if it severs ties with rebel group M23.

SA revels in M23’s defeat following its CAR debacle

South African diplomats celebrate Jacob Zuma's military and diplomatic interventions contribution to the surrender of the M23 rebels in the DRC.


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The Facebook group taking on South Africa’s white right

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Trolley tender causes Acsa eruption

Stolen contract exposes rift in the senior ranks at the state airport’s management companies

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