[allAfrica] The judiciary is not for money-making but to uphold the law. This is the the vision of President Joseph Kabila, according to Justice Minister Alexis Thambwe Mwamba.
[VOA] A spokesman for the Democratic Republic of Congo says President Joseph Kabila intends to respect the constitution and relinquish power after elections scheduled for December.
[GroundUp] A small but vocal group of Congolese immigrants protested outside the Sefako Makgatho presidential guesthouse in Pretoria, as President Jacob Zuma hosted the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila. The two leaders were meeting with their respective ministerial teams as part of a binational commission.
[GroundUp] While much of the country protested against the president, residents of Ocean View expressed their frustration with crime
[Deutsche Welle] A top US military commander has said the LRA has been reduced to “irrelevance” after years of joint military operations have killed most of its forces. Its leader, Joseph Kony, is still on the run.
[RFI] France says Congolese president Joseph Kabila may face European Union sanctions over his refusal to step down.
[VOA] Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila has named a new prime minister.
[Monitor] Kampala -The Catholic Church has disowned the recent ordination of ‘rebel’ priests in Mubende District.
[Nation] Kenya Union of Journalists (KUJ) wants police to investigate the mysterious death of a journalist, Joseph Masha, in Kilifi County on Saturday morning.
[Ghana Star] Strange creatures, believed to be dwarfs, have invaded about three communities in the Yunyoo constituency of the Northern region and are causing fear among residents of the area, according to reports reaching GhanaStar.com.