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DR Congo dismissals still on SANDF legal agenda

In what appears to be yet another lengthy legal tussle, the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) and the Department of Defence (DoD) are “studying a judgement” which ruled 43 soldiers could not be “administratively dismissed” for offences in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Last South Sudan rebels in exiles return home

The last group of South Sudanese rebels in exile in Democratic Republic of Congo left to return home or third country destinations, a rebel spokesman and the United Nations said.

Red Cross workers injured in DR Congo ambulance attack

Three International Committee of the Red Cross volunteers helping bury an Ebola victim in eastern DR Congo were injured in an attack by villagers, prompting the ICRC to suspend burials in the area, health officials said.

SANDF soldier who killed girlfriend in DRC jailed for 20 years

The Court of Military Appeal has upheld a 20 year prison sentence for Private Elias Mogaki who shot and killed his girlfriend while deployed in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) as part of the United Nations Force Intervention Brigade (FIB).

Feature: Decoding the DRC

The proliferation of armed groups in Africa’s second-largest country has destabilized the nation for decades, but an incident in December 2017 brought renewed attention to the dangers present in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

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