DR Congo, the second largest country in Africa is located in central Africa. DR Congo is famous for its abundant natural resources including cobalt, copper, and diamond. DR Congo is recognized as the second-largest diamond-producing country worldwide, and its production is accounted for by the artisanal and the small-scale miners in the region. Demand for minerals increased as a result of the emergence of digital technology required to develop an electronic device.
The natural resource-rich Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) abounds in parks that are visitor-friendly. There are parcels and bunches of attractions in this magnificent nation that are worth sightseeing. The people of DR Congo are accommodating; they make you feel at home all through your stay in the country. Also, there are mountains including the mount Stanley located in Rwenzori which is the third largest mountain in Africa.
There are over 200 ethnic groups in DR Congo with more than 200 languages spoken all over the country. Other than French which is the authorized and accepted language, about 210 indigenous languages are used for communication. Luba, Kongo, Mangbetu-Zande, and Anamongo are the largest ethnic group in the country, and they accounted for 45% of the population. Other ethnic groups are the Nilotic people, pygmy people, and the Ubangian among others.