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Danielle Kasekwa is a prostitute in Goma. She doesn't use condoms for contraception, but a little plastic bag instead. ‘The little plastic bag doesn't break and therefore they are much safer than condoms. Not only are they safer according to Danielle, they are also less expensive. She pays 50 Congolese Francs for one little plastic bag. vpro Metropolis was a video project by Dutch broadcast organisation vpro, that ran from 2008 to 2015. Metropolis is made by a global collective of young filmmakers and TV producers, reporting on remarkable stories from their own country/city. We made a trip around the globe on one single issue: from local beauty ideals to Elvis impersonators, to what's it like being gay, or an outcast or a dog in different cultures. More videos and full episodes: www.metr...
The SAPE is a cultural movement which took roots in the late 1970's in Central Africa, between Kinshasa and Brazzaville. The Sapeurs wear designer clothes eventhough they most often come from humble backgrounds. This video is a teaser for the documentary "Tous les habits du monde - Congo" directed by Karim Miské (Point du jour/Arte). Airing/Diffusion : Saturday 12th June 2010 - Arte - 6pm.
This is the grading machine at the ESCO Kivu srl depot in Beni, North Kivu. A remarkable transition has taken place through the steady efforts and commitment of company staff, led by Philip Betts. Coffee wilt destroyed a major source of income for the region. Now organic cacao is slowly taking its place. ESCO is the final link that gets the cacao and hence Congo Chocolate to market.
The Democratic Republic of Congo possesses some of the most fertile soil in Africa that yields premium quality cocoa crops, but decades of conflict wiped out almost everything. In 2011, Eastern Congo Initiative partnered with Theo Chocolate to give cocoa farmers in eastern Congo access to the international market.
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A group of Congolese fashionistas, known as 'sapeurs' are showing that the Congo has a brighter side.
How to survive the inconveniences of daily life in Kinshasa, DR Congo? And we're not talking about little stuff, either: power cuts every few hours; no paycheck for months on end; a constant risk of catching malaria; corrupt civil servants and politicians trying to blackmail you; an enormous gap between rich and poor; non existing public transport; very bad roads; the list of things that do work as they should would probably be considerably shorter. The 'Sapeurs' choose for their own kind of escapism: gentle, funny, creative -- and hugely expensive. Every day, they dress up in designer clothes and show off (Yamamoto, Gucci, Armani, Versace, Ferrè, Prada, Tommy Hilfiger & tutti quanti). SAPE stands for Société des Ambianceurs et Personnes Élégantes, and that is exactly what their mission...
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Who I am? I am Lekha.I am housewife & mother of 2 boys.I love to smile and spread happiness. I am a native of Kerala, India but currently residing in Kinshasa,D R Congo. My hobbies are dancing, cooking and talking .... talking ... If no there to listen I talk to walls or mirrors. .😉 My channel includes vlogs on reviews , beauty, cooking , games & different kinds of lifestyle activities. Come on let's enjoy. Connected with me on 👇 https://www.facebook.com/LeKus-Lifestyle https://www.instgram.com/LeKus-Lifestyle SUBSCRIBE 👇 http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaB1GjeG4ClDrITebFSEGyQ
Full Story: http://bit.ly/Kcrf0G Congolese via Belgium hip hop star Baloji sat down with Okayafrica TV on his recent visit to Brooklyn. He told us about the influence of the diaspora on his sound, why he hated Congolese music, and which legendary rapper helped him learn English. Video shot by Myo Campbell, sound by Dominique Taylor and Steven Aguilar.
Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the African Socialist International (ASI), made the following presentation at the ASI East Africa Regional Conference on April 10, 2009 in Nairobi, Kenya. The presentation explains what neocolonialism is and the need for the African working class to have its own organizational capacity to win power for itself. The African working class in alliance with the poor peasantry — the social forces who create the value that is being stolen from our Africa and her dispersed nation — must lead the struggle to unite and liberate Africa. Check out the rest of the video here: http://uhurunews.com/video/play?resource_name=neocolonialism-and-the-class-conflict-by-luwezi-kinshasa-asi-secretary-general-video
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