A genre of dance music from the Congo Basin, derived from Congolese rumba in the 1960s. Etym. From French secousse: “shock, jolt, jerk”Any suggestion, improvement…? Many thanks and please, contact us…
The Sapeurs convey a fashion-movement practiced in Brazzaville and Kinshasa consisting of dressing somptuously. (French lg, Kituba lg, Kikongo lg, Lingala lg)
Les Sapeurs véhiculent un mouvement de mode pratiqué à Brazzaville et Kinshasa consistant à s'habiller somptueusement.
Aurlus Mabélé (1953 – 2020) A Congolese singer and composer referred to as the “King of Soukous”.
Republic of the Congo is a country in Africa. Its capital is: Brazzaville. Its official language is: French. Other languages include: Lingala; Munukutuba. Its currency is: Central African CFA Franc.Code: CG | COG
FR: République du Congo
DE: Republik Kongo
IT: Repubblica del Congo
ES: República del Congo
PI: gāngguǒ gònghéguó
(or Ngala) A Bantu language mainly spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and a large part of the Republic of the Congo.
ISO 639-2 Code: linFamily: Niger–Congo lgs / Atlantic–Congo lgs / Benue–Congo lgs / Bantu lgs
A Bantu language spoken by the Kongo and Ndundu people living in the equatorial forests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Republic of the Congo and Angola.
ISO 639-2 Code: konFamily: Niger–Congo lgs / Atlantic–Congo lgs / Benue–Congo lgs / Bantu lgs
A Central African Bantu language, dominant of Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
ISO 639-2 Code: fanFamily: Niger–Congo lgs / Atlantic–Congo lgs / Benue–Congo lgs / Bantu lgs