Wednesday, June 22
A former vice president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba, was sentenced on Tuesday to 18 years in prison for crimes against humanity and war crimes committed by militiamen under his command during a four-month rampage of looting, rape and murder in the Central African Republic.
Tuesday, October 27
Voters in Congo Republic have overwhemingly backed a change in the constitution that will allow President Denis Sassou Nguesso to run for a third consecutive term, the results of a referendum showed on Tuesday.
Monday, August 25
The Democratic Republic of Congo is reporting new Ebola cases in a northern town, sparking fears that the deadly virus is expanding far beyond West Africa.
Tuesday, December 17
The Open University Mauritius (OUM) eyeing on the African continent. This university distance education account in 2014 to settle in five countries of the Black Continent.
Monday, December 16
Establish special economic zones in the Congo. This is the objective of Mauritius and the Congolese government. It is in this context that the Board of Investment (BOI) and the Ministry for the Presidency of the Republic for Special Economic Zones of the Republic of Congo have signed on Thursday a memorandum of understanding at the hotel Labourdonnais in Port Louis.
Tuesday, July 16
The current battle in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo have been 130 deaths in 24 hours, said Monday the Kinshasa government, the United Nations called ready to use "military force" to halt a rebel advance.
Saturday, December 29
With its expansive landscapes and formidable animal life, the world's second-biggest continent is arguably the best for photographers.
Friday, September 21
Mauritius and Congo on Tuesday signed a partnership agreement in Mauritius for the establishment of the Congolese agency for investment promotion.
Friday, September 14
An outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo has now killed 31 people and could threaten major towns, the World Health Organization has warned.
Friday, August 17
At least 60 miners have been killed after a shaft collapsed in a gold mine in north-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, officials say.