Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi (born November 15, 1959 in North Kivu) is a politician and former rebel leader in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He leads the Forces for Renewal political party and was Minister of Decentralization and Urban and Regional Planning until September 2011 when he resigned to run for president. He was previously the Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2007 to 2008.
Forces for Renewal joined the government of Antoine Gizenga and Mbusa became Foreign Minister in February 2007. International experts have claimed that Nyamwisi still has private troops reporting directly to him  In the government of Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito, appointed on 26 October 2008, Mbusa was moved to the post of Minister of Decentralization and Urban and Regional Planning (Aménagement du territoire). In September 2011 Mbusa quit to run for president. His ministry was dissolved.