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DRC: solutions adapted to digitize the national economy!

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DRC: solutions adapted to digitize the national economy!

« Developing and structuring the actors and the ICT ecosystem to capture the opportunities of the digital economy for the benefit of the DRC« , is the theme at the center of the discussions between the stakeholders. Delegates practiced enriching the proposals of the solutions contained in the draft zero of the National Digital Plan of the Congo by 2025.

The approach consisted in enriching these proposals in accordance with the governance of the industry sector to the digital challenges, to encourage development, the creation of local digital businesses and the development of poles of excellence in innovation in the field of digital.

Enriched actions and initiatives have had the advantage of taking into account:

– the promotion of hosting at least 30% of local content at the national level and follow, after international managers, the name of the domain linked to the Congolese cultural heritage;

– the digitization and dissemination of the tourist, cultural and cartographic information heritage as well as the administrative memory of the DRC;

– promoting the country’s development of utilitarian content;

– setting up local e-commerce platforms (leisure, remote management of theaters, competition ticketing), national « .cd » messaging and multi-channel IP interconnection services (voice, SMS, USSD) ).

During this panel, four pillars around which strategic axes were grouped together were identified.

These are respectively Infrastructure (broadband, secure data center, incentive to access the connected revolution); Application uses (digital culture, E-administration, security of uses); Content (local digital industry, human capital and leadership, mega data – big data, open data); Governance and regulation (legal framework, interegulation cyber security.)

Agnes KAYEMBE

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Kinshasa: the Presidential Clinic with a new Pavilion

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Kinshasa: the Presidential Clinic with a new Pavilion

The Presidential Clinic of the Cité de l’Union africaine has a new Pavilion. This building, named after the First Lady of the Republic, Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi, was inaugurated on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Pavilion is equipped with the latest generation of state-of-the-art equipment capable of treating a maximum of 100 patients per day. It includes two hospital rooms, two consultation booths, a sampling room, a laboratory and a reception area equipped with 25 seats.

Kinshasa: the Presidential Clinic with a new Pavilion

Two highlights marked the inauguration ceremony presided over by the First Lady.

First of all, the occasional word from the medical director, Dr. Joseph Kangudia Mbaya, who paid tribute to the Head of State, Felix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, for his clearly expressed commitment to the country’s overall development, particularly in the health and well-being sector.

This Brigade general indicated that the inauguration of the Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi Pavilion is in line with the logic of continuing the materialization of an old project to provide the presidential clinic with the necessary and modern infrastructure for its proper functioning.

The symbolic ribbon was cut by the First Lady to the frenetic applause of the medical staff and patients present at the site.

Kinshasa: the Presidential Clinic with a new Pavilion

This ceremony ended with a visit to the various departments of the new pavilion. Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi signed the guest book marking her visit to the African Union Presidential Clinic, the second since the inauguration of her husband, Head of State Felix Tshisekedi Tshilombo.

Nadine FULA

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DRC: ARCA reminds the respect of article 286 of the Insurance Code!

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DRC: ARCA reminds the respect of article 286 of the Insurance Code!

DOCUMENT] – The Insurance Regulatory and Control Authority (ARCA) in the Democratic Republic of Congo reminds us of the scrupulous respect of article 286 of Law No. 15/005 of 17 March 2015 on the Insurance Code. It published a circular note on 6 September 2019 for the attention of authorised insurance operators. Below, the content:

DRC: ARCA reminds the respect of article 286 of the Insurance Code!

DRC: ARCA reminds the respect of article 286 of the Insurance Code!

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DRC: Bussa notes the invalidity of the orders issued by the temporary worker in Foreign Trade

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DRC: Bussa notes the invalidity of the orders issued by the temporary worker in Foreign Trade

Foreign Trade Minister Jean-Lucien Bussa Tongba has just put an end to a series of flagrant irregularities in certain acts committed during the interim period. The latter violated the Prime Minister’s formal injunction given to the temporary workers on 22 March 2019 to refrain from making arrests pending the installation of the new Government.

Legalistic, the new Minister of Foreign Trade found in the remission files and repeated a series of ministerial orders issued during this period of current business being conducted by the acting minister.

Without, however, annulling them by a contrary act, Jean-Lucien Bussa merely declared them invalid. This means that they are considered null and void.

« Any economic operator concerned by these provisions is requested, as of today, to contact the services of the office of the Minister of Foreign Trade for a review of the files in accordance with the regulations in force« , according to an official press release dated 10 September 2019 received by Zoom Eco.

For Minister Jean – Lucien Bussa, it is a question of maintaining the momentum of the business climate through efficient regulation of imports and exports, in the best interests of the Republic.

It therefore invites the Secretary General for Foreign Trade, the General Directorate of Customs and Excise (DGDA), the Congolese Control Authority (OCC), the General Directorate of Migration (DGM) and the Directorate of the National Programme for Border Hygiene (PNHF), each in its own right, to comply with these provisions and to ensure their prompt implementation.

Emilie MBOYO

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