- published: 21 Feb 2016
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Kinshasa-Brazzaville metro area is projected to become Africa's largest urban area by 2025, and is already serving as the gateway to other underdeveloped places. Despite their size and proximity (a few miles apart), formal economic exchanges between the two cities are extremely limited. #NOTV is back in #CentralAfrica reporting from The Democratic Republic of Congo #RDC (#Kinshasa) and The Republic of Congo #ROC (#Brazzaville).
Il s'appelle Eddy-Malou, le premier savant de la république démocratique du Congo, comme il le dit lui-même dans son interview. Il est adepte de ceux qui manient la langue française avec des mots qu'ils inventent et qui n'existent nul part. Des phrases et des mots que l'on ne trouvent pas dans le dictionnaire français."la Congolexicomatisation" de la république démocratique du Congo, le végétalismenéovégetal .. système de la technicité informaticolonisé, etc..A vos mouchoirs....
“How can 10 million people be living in this city with very poor infrastructure –practically no water, no electricity, have to pay for their school fees, very, very little access to cash – and yet, when you go out on a Saturday night, people are drinking beer, they’re beautifully dressed, they’re having a good time?” asks Theodore Trefon, a researcher at the Royal Museum for Central Africa who has been studying Kinshasa since 1994. “This is the miracle – that they have some type of will to keep on moving on. That they can still be happy in these dire conditions.”
Enfin ! La RD-CONGO a son tout premier centre commercial dans la capitale Kinshasa. Un centre commercial créer par le groupe AMT Congo présent dans le pays depuis plus de 43 ans. Le premier shopping mall est composé de 55 magasins, dont des boutiques de vêtements accessoires, salon de coiffure, des restaurants, banques... et pour les loisirs un fabuleux bowling avec espace enfants, c'est incroyable ! Bientôt à Kinshasa "The place to be" ! #Premiershoppingmall
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French/Nat The mass exodus of foreign nationals from Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo to neighbouring Brazzaville continues. Up to four hundred evacuees arrived in Brazzaville in the Congo Republic after crossing the Congo River by ferry on Wednesday. The boat ferrying evacuees from Kinshasa docked on Wednesday at the ferry port of Brazzaville, otherwise known as "The Beach". The ferry carried up to 400 evacuees on board, including up to 30 French nationals, up to five Belgians and a handful of Chinese and British citizens. Hundreds of Westerners have already left Kinshasa for neighbouring Congo, fearing that Kinshasa may soon fall. One evacuee warned that this may be the last ferry to leave Kinshasa. SOUNDBITE: (French) "We have taken advantage of the l...
In a city of 10 million people in the heart of Africa, a generation of cowboys ruled a part of town and dreamed of power and freedom. Inspired by the silver screen, the Kinshasa Cowboys known as Indubills and Yankees, triggered a new perception of the population until then colonised. The cowboys imagined their people strong, courageous and able to choose its own adventures. But the cinemas are not there anymore, Kinshasa has lost all its cinema theatre and its Yankees. Who killed the cowboys? How did this generation change the Congo of the 50s and 60s to lay the foundations of a new identity? Cecilia started her production career as producer at RAI’s London news desk in 2005. From 2008 to 2011 she has worked for the Italian network Antenna Tre Nordest, where she wrote, produced and hosted...
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la situation est grave à kinshasa