Talk:Kazumba, Kasai-Occidental

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Kazumba is a territory in the district of Lulua in the province of Kasai-Occidental in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This territory is made up of nine collectivites including among others: Tshitadi, Kavula, Mboie, Muswaswa, Kafuba, Mutefu, Miao, Mbulungu and Matamba. This territory got borders with the city of Kananga, separated by Lulua river, the territory of Luiza and the territory of Tshikapa. This territory has three major tribes: lulua, babindji and bena ngoji. Reknown catholic missions of Kabwe, Ndekesha and Mikalayi are located in this same territory.67.87.52.99 (talk) 05:40, 18 September 2010 (UTC) They find diamond in the collectivity of Kazumba, and currently in Ndekesha mission. The population is very poor and do not even have access to potable water, electricity and public transport.

LES RICHESSES DU TERRITOIRE DE KAZUMBA

Comme dans tous les milieux ruraux en République Démocratique du Congo, le territoire de Kazumba ne peut compter que sur les maigres salaires des enseignants et autres fonctionnaires de l'Etat. Le reste de la population vit de leurs champs et fabrication de l'alcool indigene communement appele tshitshiampa.

Cependant on trouve les diamants dans cette contrée, plus précisement a Bonkala et Kaluebo dans la collectivité de Kafuba. Ce minerai n'a pas du tout contribué au développement du territoire. La majorité de ceux qui s'adonnent a cette activité sont généralement les personnes qui n'ont pas du tout eu la chance de pousser loin avec leurs études.

Les autorités politico-administratives a tous les niveaux se soucient peu du développement de ces milieux et ne comptent plus que sur leurs propres intérets. Il appartient cependant aux natifs de faire leur mieux pour assurer tant soit peu le développement de leurs milieux.

Pour tout contact, nous écrire au: echodivin@disciples.com contact: Jack Sam Tubadiayi Malu Jacksamalu (talk) 13:36, 13 December 2010 (UTC)