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  • Jobs in Kinshasa

    Jobs in Kinshasa | Job Opportunities in Kinshasa

     Kinshasa is the capital and biggest city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, called Zaire from 1971 to 1997. The city is located on the Congo River. In past the city was famous for fishing but now a days it is an urban area with an estimated population of 10,076,099 inhabitants in 2009. The city of Brazzaville is capital of the Republic of the Congo, located across the Congo River from Kinshasa. Together with Brazzaville, the estimated population of the entire metropolitan area was around 12 million inhabitants, making it the most heavily populated Trans border metropolitan area in the world. Due to the reason that its administrative boundaries cover such a vast area, over 60% of the city’s land is rural in nature and the urban area only occupies a small section in the far western edge of the province.

    Jobs in Lubumbashi

    Jobs in Lubumbashi | Job Opportunities in Lubumbashi

    Lubumbashi is the second biggest city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, second only to the nation’s capital Kinshasa, and the center of the southeastern part of the country. It is the copper-mining city serves as the capital of the relatively prosperous Haut-Katanga Province, located close to the Zambian boundary. The estimated population of the city was about 1.2 million. The city is located 1,000 meters above sea level. The Kafue River rises along the Zambian boundary close to the city and meanders through parts of Zambia to the Zambezi River. From 2000-2006, the city was served by Floribert Kaseba Makunko as mayor; he was later elected to the National Assembly in 2006.

    Jobs in Kolwezi

    Jobs in Kolwezi | Job Opportunities in Kolwezi

    Kolwezi is a city in Lualaba Province in the south of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, western side of Likasi. It contains an airport and a railway to Lubumbashi. The estimated population of the city was about 418,000. The city is a main mining center for copper and cobalt. There are also uranium, radium, oxide ores, and lime deposits. It was established in 1937 to be the headquarters for the western mining group of the High Katanga Mining Association (UMHK). In 1978 the rebels supported by Angola, occupied the city. The government of Zaire asked the U.S., France, Morocco and Belgium to reinstate the law and order in the city. The French Foreign Legion, were sent in to control the rebel situation and rescue any hostages. The Belgian army was also sent to help 1,800 Europeans to other cities in the region. 700 Africans, including 250 rebels, 170 European hostages and 6 paratroopers died.

    Jobs in Mbuji-Mayi

    Jobs in Mbuji-Mayi | Job Opportunities in Mbuji-Mayi

     Mbuji-Mayi serves as the capital of Kasai-Oriental Province in the south-central Democratic Republic of Congo. The estimated population of the city was about 2.3 million (2007). The city is located in Luba country on the Sankuru River. The name Mbuji-Mayi is derived from the local language, which means "Goat-Water," a name deriving from the great number of goats in the area and the city’s position on the Sankuru, making it a prime watering spot. Ma nemoj me zezati.

    Jobs in Kisangani

    Jobs in Kisangani | Job Opportunities in Kisangani

     Kisangani is a city located at the central heart of Africa’s great rainforests. It’s the 3rd biggest city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the biggest of cities that located in the tropical woodlands of the Congo. It is the provincial capital of Tshopo. Previously called Stanleyville in French, the city got its recent name from Boyoma, the seven-arched falls situated north of the city, whose name was also initially given to the landscape on which the city is situated, Singitini as rendered in Lingala, each of which share the same meaning “the City on the Island”, in reference to the surrounding tributaries. The city is also known as "Kisangani Boyoma", and the demonym for Kisangani is Boyoman.

    Jobs in Kananga

    Jobs in Kananga | Job Opportunities in Kananga

     Kananga was previously known as Luluabourg or Luluaburg. It is the capital city of Lulua Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The estimated population of the city was about 1,130,100 in 2004. It is situated close to Lulua River, a tributary of the Kasai River and the Ilebo – Lubumbashi railway. It is a vital commercial and administrative center. It contains a museum and to Kananga Airport. A station was established in the area around present-day Kananga, on the left bank of the Lulua by a German explorer called Hermann Wissmann. He named the station Malandji. This name was suggested by his 400 carriers, who were from the city of Malanje in Angola. In the mean time after the construction of the railway on the other bank of the river, the station was transferred and the Lulua train station gave the city name Luluabourg. Previously the region was called Malandji-Makulu to this day.

    Jobs in Likasi

    Jobs in Likasi | Job Opportunities in Likasi

     Likasi,  was previously called Jadotville or Jadotstad, is a city in Haut-Katanga Province, in the south-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The estimated population of the city was about 367,000 in 2005. In 1990s the UN set up food centers and refugee centers in and around the area of Likasi to help the refugees fleeing ethnic violence in Shaba, whose arrival had increased the population of the town some 41,000.

    Jobs in Boma

    Jobs in Boma | Job Opportunities in Boma

    The city of Boma in Congo Central Province was the capital city of the Belgian Congo. It the city is famous for exporting tropical timber, bananas, cacao, and palm products. The estimated population of the city was about 527,725 in 2009. The city was established as a slaving station and entrepot by merchants of many European countries in the 16th century. It is located by the Atlantic Ocean. In the past times the city was served by a 610mm gauge railway line from Tshela. Antoine-Roger Bolamba, politician and poet, was born here in this city in 1913.

    Jobs in Tshikapa

    Jobs in Tshikapa | Job Opportunities in Tshikapa

    Tshikapa is a city located in the Kasai Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The city is situated about 40 miles northern side of the Angolan boundary and 120 miles western side of province capital Kananga at the convergence  point of convergence of the Tshikapa and Kasai rivers. The estimated population of the city was about 38,900 in 1970 while the estimated population of the city was about 180,900 in 1994. However during the recent Congo wars great flux in population rendering made the current figures unreliable. Tshikapa has been a site of diamond mining since its founding in the early twentieth century. The city was established by Forminere, an American/Belgian mining consortium which discovered diamonds close the city in early 1900’s. The city has the second densest source of satellite phone communications in the world after post-war Iraq. This is all due to the exploitation of the diamond mines.

    Jobs in Brazzaville

    Jobs in Brazzaville | Job opportunities in Brazzaville

    Brazzaville is the capital and biggest city of the Republic of the Congo and is situated on the Congo River. As of the 2001 census, it has a inhabitants of 1,018,541 in the city, and about 1.5 million in total when including the suburbs positioned in the Pool Region. The densely inhabited city of Kinshasa has more than 7 million inhabitants in 2004. The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is located just across the Congo River from Brazzaville. Together with Kinshasa, the combined metropolis of Kinshasa-Brazzaville has thus nearly 9 million inhabitants. Over a third of the inhabitants of the Republic of Congo lives in the capital, and it is home to 40% of non-agricultural employment. It is also a financial and administrative capital.