Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC),
30 July 2006

 
  
Bilateral Relations between South African and the Democratic Republic of Congo
President Thabo Mbeki to attend Inauguration of President Kabila
South African Observer Mission (SAOM), Statement by the Leader of the Mission, Mr Mluleki George, Deputy Minister of Defence, on the Democratic Republic of Congo's 29 October 2006 2nd Round Presidential Elections and Provincial Elections, Pretoria, 21 November 2006
Preliminary Response of President Thabo Mbeki to the Announcement of Provisional Election Results in the DRC
South African Observer Mission (SAOM) - Statement by the Leader of the Mission, Mr. Mluleki George, Deputy Minister of Defense, on the Democratic Republic of Congo's 29 October 2006 2nd Round Presidential and Provincial Elections, Kinshasa, 31 October 2006
Congolese Leaders recommit themselves to peaceful Elections and respecting Outcome of Sunday Elections, 29 October 2006
Advisory: Leader of the South African Observer Mission (SAOM) to the DRC Elections, Deputy Defense Minister Mluleki George to Release a Preliminary Report on the 29 October 2006 Presidential and Provincial Elections
Congolese Presidential Candidates assure South African Government of their readiness to accept 29 October 2006 Election Results
108-Member South African Observer Mission will on Saturday, 21 October 2006 depart for the Democratic Republic of Congo ahead of the 29 October 2006 Presidential and Provincial Elections
President Thabo Mbeki visits the Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday, 11 September 2006
Statement by the Leader of the South African Observer Mission, Mr Mluleki George, Deputy Minister of Defence, releasing the final report of the South African Observer Mission on the Democratic Republic of Congo’s 30 July 2006 Presidential and Legislative Elections, Cape Town, 7 September 2006
Media Briefing on recent DRC Elections by South African Deputy Defence Minster Mluleki George
The South African Observer Mission to the DRC Elections satisfied with Progress on Vote Counting
The Leader of the South African Observer Mission to the DRC bids farewell to 94 Election Observers on their return to South Africa
South African Observer Mission to the 2006 Presidential and Legislative Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kinshasa, 3 August 2006
President Thabo Mbeki congratulates the Congolese People for holding successful Elections on 30 July 2006
Media Statement: The Leader of the South African Observer Mission to the DRC confident about the 30 July Elections in the DRC
The Leader of the South African Observer Mission to the DRC welcomes Declaration by Congolese Religious Leaders in support of the 30 July Elections
Statement: The Issue of 128 IEC Personnel from South Africa and the Role of Ms Gugulethu Matlaopane
South Africans Recruited to prepare Electoral Fraud in the DRC
Media Advisory: The Leader of the South African Observer Mission to visit Goma and Bhunju Mayi in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
The Leader the South African Observer Mission to the DRC acts decisively against deviant member of his delegation
Statement of the South African Observer Mission Leader, Defence Minister Mluleki George on preparations for the DRC’s 30 July Presidential and Parliamentary Elections.
The DRC Independent Electoral Commission confirms its readiness for the Presidential and Parliamentary Elections on 30 July 2006
A 118-Member South African Observer Mission departs for the Democratic Republic of Congo ahead of the 30 July 2006 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections
Advisory: Deputy Minister Aziz Pahad will Bid Farewell to the 128 Member South African Observer Mission ahead of the DRC's Elections, 18 July 2006
Deputy Minister Aziz Pahad to Visit DRC as part of SADC Delegation, 14 - 15 July 2006
Opening Remarks by Ms Sue van der Merwe, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, on the occasion of the Briefing of the South African Observer Mission to the DRC Elections, 6 - 7 July 2006, Police College, Pretoria West
Media Statements on Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
  
  

 

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