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The Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville) is a Central African country

  1. Brazzaville is the political and administrative capital of the Republic of the Congo and the largest Congolese city (2 million inhabitants)
  2. Pointe-Noire (715,000 inhabitants) is the economic capital of the Republic of the Congo
  3. Dolisie (Niari) is the third largest Congolese city (100,000 inhabitants)
  4. Other Congolese cities are Nkayi (Bouenza), Impfondo (Likouala), Ouésso (Sangha), Madingou (Bouenza), Owando (Cuvette), Sibiti (Lékoumou), Loutété (Bouenza)
  5. The Congo river delimit the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo
  6. The Congo River is the second river in the world by the average flow
  7. The Republic of the Congo is:
    1. The fourth African oil producer (Pointe-Noire, 90% of the Congolese exports)
    2. The largest African potash producer
  8. Tropical jungle: 66% of the Congolese territory
  9. The Republic of the Congo share borders with Angola (Cabinda), Cameroon (523 kilometres), Gabon (1,903 kilometres, Upper Ogooué, Franceville, Oyem), the Central African Republic (Bimbo, Mbaiki) and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo river, Ubangi River)

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  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade, Export Back Office
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Mouyedi Sylvain Ernest: EENI Global Business School Professor in the Republic of the Congo

Mouyedi Sylvain Ernest, Congo (Professor, EENI Business School University)

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  1. Congolese population: 5.1 million inhabitants
    1. Population density of the Republic of the Congo: 13 inhabitants/square kilometres
    2. 62% of the Congolese population is urban, concentrated in Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire
  2. Area of the Republic of the Congo: 342,000 square kilometres
  3. The Republic of the Congo has 220 kilometres of coastline in the Atlantic Ocean

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  1. The Republic of the Congo obtained its Independence from France in 1960
  2. 1969 - 1992: the Republic Popular of the Congo
  3. Calling code of the Republic of the Congo: 242
  4. Code top-level domain of the Republic of the Congo: .cg
  5. Currency of the Republic of the Congo: CFA Franc (XAF)
  6. Congolese climate: warm and humid

Business in the Republic of the Congo (Master, Doctorate)

Théophile Obenga (Congolese historian)

Théophile Obenga (Congo, Afrocentricity)

Departments of the Republic of the Congo

The departments of the Republic of the Congo (department, capital, population in thousands of people, area in square kilometres) are:

Business in the Republic of the Congo (Master)

  1. Kouilou/Hinda/92/13,650. Districts:
    1. Hinda
    2. Madingo-Kayes
    3. Mvouti
    4. Kakamoéka
    5. Nzambi
    6. Tchiamba-Nzassi
  2. Niari/Dolisie/231/25,942. Districts:
    1. Louvakou
    2. Kibangou
    3. Divénié
    4. Mayoko
    5. Kimongo
    6. Moutamba
    7. Banda
    8. Londéla-Kayes
    9. Makabana
    10. Mbinda
    11. Moungoundou-South
    12. Nyanga
    13. Moungoundou-North
    14. Yaya
  3. Lékoumou/Sibiti/96/20,950. Districts:
    1. Sibiti
    2. Komono
    3. Zanaga
    4. Bambama
    5. Mayéyé
  4. Bouenza/Madingou/309/12,265. Districts:
    1. Madingou
    2. Mouyondzi
    3. Boko-Songho
    4. Mfouati
    5. Loudima
    6. Kayes
    7. Kingoué
    8. Mabombo
    9. Tsiaki
    10. Yamba
  5. Pool/Kinkala/236/33,955. Districts:
    1. Kinkala
    2. Boko
    3. Mindouli
    4. Kindamba
    5. Goma Tsé-Tsé
    6. Mayama
    7. Ngabé
    8. Mbanza-Ndounga
    9. Louingui
    10. Loumo
    11. Ignié
    12. Vindza
    13. Kimba
  6. Plateau/Djambala/174/38,400. Districts:
    1. Djambala
    2. Lékana
    3. Gamboma
    4. Abala
    5. Allembé
    6. Makotimpoko
    7. Mbon
    8. Mpouya
    9. Ngo
    10. Ollombo
    11. Ongogni
  7. Cuvette/Owando/156/48,250. Districts:
    1. Owando
    2. Makoua
    3. Boundji
    4. Mossaka
    5. Loukoléla
    6. Oyo
    7. Ngoko
    8. Ntokou
    9. Tchikapika
  8. Cuvette-West/Ewo/73/26,600. Districts:
    1. Ewo
    2. Kellé
    3. Mbomo
    4. Okoyo
    5. Etoumbi
    6. Mbama
  9. Sangha/Ouesso/86/55,800. Districts:
    1. Mokéko
    2. Sembé
    3. Souanké
    4. Pikounda
    5. N’gbala
  10. Likouala/Impfondo/154/66,044. Districts:
    1. Impfondo
    2. Epéna
    3. Dongou
    4. Bétou
    5. Bouanéla
    6. Enyellé
    7. Liranga
  11. Brazzaville/1,373/100
  12. Pointe-Noire/715/44

Urban communes of the Republic of the Congo:

  1. Dolisie
  2. Nkayi
  3. Mossendjo
  4. Ouesso
  5. Owando

Economic Integration Organisations (Republic of the Congo)

  1. Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC)
  2. Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)
  3. Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa (OHADA)
  4. Bank of Central African States (BEA)
  5. International Organisation of La Francophonie

Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC)

  1. African Union
  2. New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)
  3. Economic Commission for Africa
  4. African Development Bank

Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)

Transport and Logistics in the Republic of the Congo

The port of Pointe-Noire: access to the countries of the Congo Basin:

  1. Central African Republic (Bangui): waterway and Railway
  2. Chad (N'Djamena): waterway and railway
  3. Cameroon
  4. Gabon
  5. Angola
  6. Democratic Republic of the Congo

Logistics Course: Port of Pointe-Noire

Other Congolese ports:

  1. Brazzaville (Congo river)
  2. Impfondo (Congo river)
  3. Ouesso (river Sangha)

Paved roads in the Republic of the Congo: 1,000 kilometres

National Congolese road network:

  1. N1 Brazzaville - Kinkala - Dolisie - Pointe-Noire
  2. N2 Brazzaville - Owando - Ouésso
  3. N3 Dolisie - border with Gabon

Brazzaville - Kinkala - Dolisie - Pointe-Noire (Congo)

Road to Gabon (Moanda, 100 kilometres)

Access to the Corridor Tripoli-Congo-Windhoek Corridor.

Congo-Ocean Railway: links Brazzaville with the port of Pointe-Noire (502 kilometres)

  1. Access to the Central African Republic (Bangui) by the Ubangi River

Waterways: Congo and Oubangui rivers provide 1,120 km of Waterways

Maya-Maya International Airport and Pointe-Noire Airport

Main Congolese ethnicities:

In the Republic of the Congo, there are several ethnic groups, each with its language.

The most important ethnic groups of the Republic of the Congo are:

  1. Kongo: 48% of the Congolese population
  2. Sangha: 20%
  3. Téké: 17%
  4. M’Bochi: 12%

Religions in the Republic of the Congo:

  1. Christianity (50% of the Congolese population)
    1. Catholicism (33% of the Congolese population)
    2. Protestantism
  2. African Traditional Religions (48% of the Congolese population)

Languages of the Republic of the Congo

The official language of the Republic of the Congo is French (spoken by 56% of the Congolese population)

The national vehicular languages (Bantu) of the Republic of the Congo are:

  1. Kituba (Munukutuba, Kikong Creole), spoken by 50% of Congolese (South of the Congo)
  2. Lingala (language of the river), spoken in North and East of the Congo

In the Republic of the Congo, there are more than 40 languages: Téké languages (17% of the population; departments: Plateau, Cuvette-West, Niari, Bouenza and Pool), Lari (spoken by Laris, Brazzaville), Pygmy languages...

History of the Republic of the Congo

  1. First inhabitants of the Republic of the Congo: the Pygmy Mbuti
  2. Bantu Migrations from the North. Introduction of ironwork
  3. X-XII centuries: the Kingdom of Loango (in the south, Mayombe massif)
  4. 15th century: contacts with the Europeans
  5. Transatlantic Slave Trade
  6. Thirteenth century: the Kongo (south-east of the Republic of the Congo, North of Angola and Cabinda)
  7. 17th Century: The Tip Kingdom (East)
  8. 1875: Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza (France)
  9. 1883: foundation of Pointe-Noire
  10. 1885: integration of the Republic of the Congo in the French Equatorial Africa (French colonial empire, capital: Brazzaville)
  11. 1891: creation of the French Congo colony
  12. 1960: independence of France. First Congolese Head of State: Fulbert Youlou
  13. 1963, 1968, 1977 and 1979: coups of state
  14. 1990: civil war
  15. Denis Sassou-Nguesso Congolese Head of State (1979 to 1992, 1997 until today)

Higher Education in the Republic of the Congo

LMD System (Bachelor of Science-Master-Doctorate)- Ministry of Higher Education of the Republic of the Congo.

  1. University Marien Ngouabi (Brazzaville)
  2. Free University of the Congo (Brazzaville)
  3. High School of Management and Business Administration (ESGAE) (Brazzaville)
  4. High School of Technology (Brazzaville)
  5. High School of Technology of the Littoral (Pointe-Noire)
  6. Higher Institute of Technology of Central Africa (Pointe-Noire)

The Republic of the Congo is a member of:

  1. Francophone University Agency (AUF)
  2. African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education (CAMES)

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