Crisis in the Congo: DRC today mirrors the French Constitution

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Brian Minga Amza

The legality of Joseph Kabila‘s Presidency after 19 December 2016 has divided the political and social sphere of society in the Democratic Republic of Congo, even after the Constitutional Court, which is regarded as the highest court of the country, ruled that “the head of state will stay in power until a new president is elected, even if the election of that President is delayed,” according to Article 70 of the Constitution.

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How pomposity damages a corporate image

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Hazel Speed

Some years ago it was quite popular with large Corporate Entities and a few esoteric Agencies to put in place a synthetic form of gate-keeping via instructions to their switchboard operators.

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Interview with Six Strings— a Ghanaian Guitarist, Singer & Songwriter

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Kofi Acquah

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