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As you walks into Shen Xingjian's shop Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo, one may see new glass counters, neat shelves and various goods.It's hard to imagine that this shop had been destroyed in the riots just 4 months ago... Music: Every Step by Silent Partner ,YouTube Audio Library
Cheese is not usually part of the traditional food setup in Africa, and in fact much of the cheese found on the continent is imported from Europe. However, hundreds of small dairy farms lined up on the hills of Masisi, in eastern DRC, produce cheese using no more than a bathtub, fishnets, buckets, and some metal pots.
Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Cobalt is an essential component of batteries for smartphones and electric cars. Around 60% of it comes from just one country, DR Congo – and most of the metal is exported to China. But there are ethical concerns: Amnesty International says children and adults are mining cobalt in extremely hazardous conditions. Meanwhile, around a quarter of the cobalt extracted in DR Congo is sold through the black market. This report is from our France 2 colleagues, with Erin Ogunkeye. A programme prepared by Florence Viala, Gaëlle Essoo and Claire Pryde. http://www.france24.com/en/reportages Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http:...
As a new business destination Congo brazzaville is attacting numerous investors in diverse industries ranging from mining, banking,engineering to retail and distribution. New infrastructures has been put in place to allow any world class business men to feel at home . i ve spent a week in brazzaville i witness such a rapid transformation.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, which is just days before the end of term in office of President Joseph Kabila, a new report from Bloomberg has revealed that the Kabila family has created a personal economic empire of at least 70 companies worth hundreds of millions of dollars, since the end of the civil war in 2003.… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/12/16/drc-kabila-business-empire-the-morning-call Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africanews.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/africanews.channel/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/africanews
Conflict and corruption over the years have hampered business in the mineral rich are east of the democratic republic of Congo.M23 rebels and some government officials have sought to line their pockets at the expense of the businessmen making trade in the country a tough call.CCTV's Jane Kiyo reports
J'ai eu la grâce de participer au DÉJEUNER DES HOMMES D'AFFAIRES et a ma grande surprise j'étais le seul de mon âge a y prendre part , chance non, mérite n'ont plus mais juste #GRÂCE , #GRÂCE_DIVINE, et j ai reçu l'onction de #PERCER_DANS_LES_AFFAIRES... Alors ne vous étonnez pas si vous voyez par-ci ou par la , la ou vous imaginez pas que je peut arriver au faite ce juste L'ONCTION agissante en moi qui m'ouvre et ouvrira mes portes même ce dont moi même je ne peut imaginer ouvrir mais L'ONCTION que j'ai reçu ce jour la est agissante et je tiens a GLORIFIER DIEU qui a utiliser l'homme de Dieu le BISHOP BERNARD NWAKA, pour les messages , les prophéties et toutes action faites de sa part qui a été une telle grande bénédiction pour nous et moi en #PARTICULIER . #MANGEMBO_CHURCH #MONTAGNE_DE...
With a very small percentage of the population in eastern DR Congo connected to the electricity grid, residents are increasingly turning to the sun's rays to meet their energy needs. In Goma, solar panel sales have skyrocketed. Clementine Logan reports
With Democratic Republic of Congo's wealth of forest cover, a small-scale entrepreneur Papa Komanda has carved out a niche for himself in growing the country's furniture industry, by making high-end furniture and exporting to Europe and neighbouring countries. Uche Okonronkwo has more.
Based on the World Bank's, "Ease of Doing Business" report which assessed government regulations affecting domestic businesses in several countries, The African Exponent compiled 10 African countries best for doing business and here we have it presented to you as Top 10 Best Countries in Africa to do Business.
Encouragée par l'amélioration du climat des affaires, le secteur de l'immobilier se développe à un rythme prodigieux à Kinshasa. L'Agence Congolaise des Grands Travaux a entrepris un projet de grande envergure, pour la construction de 500 maisons préfabriquées.
Kinshasa souhaite renforcer des relations commerciales et de coopération avec l'Europe. Pour ce faire, elle organise du pour la première édition du 26 au 27 Janvier 2016, le Forum B2B « KINSHASA INTERNATIONAL FORUM - KINFOR16 ». Un programme "sur mesure" axé sur des ateliers thématiques (RSE, Energie en RDC,Transport en RDC, Femmes entrepreneures, ….) et de Séances B2B afin de générer des opportunités d’affaires. Africa Rise, l'organisateur, fait savoir davantage sur ce rendez-vous. Reportage.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is the land to smart up your businesses. We offer taxes cut for small and medium enterprises willing to enter our market. If you are a starter, this is your opportunity. The government nowadays provides full insurances to foreign investors and fair taxes. Visit the government's official website www.primature.cd/investir to know more. To know about investment codes in the Democratic Republic of Congo, go to www.anapi.org. Video courtesy of DRC Government (c) All Rights Reserved
Programme de l'emission en cours : KINSHASA - Emission animée par Denise Epoté - Journaliste Intervenants plateau : Luc Hallade - Ambassadeur de France à Kinshasa Yassin CIYOW - Co-fondateur - Amani Express Etienne Giros - Président délégué du Conseil français des investisseurs en Afrique (CIAN) Noémie Lisbonis Boyer - Sciences Po Paris / The Carter Center Marc FONTRIER - Consultant Afrique - Itinéraires interculturels Intervenants vidéo : Romain Battajon - Avocat aux barreaux de Kinshasa - Cabinet Battajon Sandrine Bionda - Senior Business Development Manager - The Bank for Expats H+20s à H+5min39 1ère partie: Présentation de la ville et des invités Présentation de la communauté française, chiffres et évolution Un point sur l'environnement des affaires en RDC et le contexte politique ...
For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=65258 The harrowing plight of women and children in the Eastern DRC is exposed in this powerful short doc. Driven from their land, they work in mines as slaves in a desperate bid to protect themselves from rape. "They came into houses and raped and killed children. They raped my two-year-old daughter," recounts Irene, who is now living in the UK. Since 1997, various militias have been fighting for Congo's vast mineral wealth in a bitter conflict for which women are largely paying the price. "Women are the biggest victim because they are raped every single day." Forced to work at gold and other mines in conditions of slavery, women are caught in the crossfire of competing militias who launder the minerals and smuggle ...
The US has been seeking to disrupt development of the second access/terminal point of the Northern Transoceanic African Route by disabling the Congo-Ocean Railway between Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire. Analyst Gearoid O’Colmain has done an excellent job raising awareness about the incipient Color Revolution that the US tried unsuccessfully to foster in the Republic of Congo in pursuit of this objective. Details of the plot can be found in his writing. Briefly, the US and France (the latter the Republic of Congo’s former colonial master) sought to foment unrest in the Republic of Congo in order to trigger a return to the country’s 1990s-era civil war. This scheme was eventually thwarted by the Republic of Congo government. However whilst it was underway the Western aligned media spent m...
Businesses shut down in the Congolese capital Kinshasa on Monday as the opposition called a general strike. It followed a breakdown in talks with President Joseph Kabila's allies last week that raised fears of renewed violence. Security forces in Democratic Republic of Congo killed dozens in protests over election delays last year but the strike appeared to be peaceful on Monday morning as stores and banks were shut and streets were quiet. With police deployed at bus stops and intersections, there were only a handful of cars on the central boulevard in Kinshasa. The city has more than 10 million people, and the normally bustling central market was shut