In the past week, more than 80 cases of cholera including 3 deaths have been recorded in the city of Sange in the territory of Uvira in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo according to a 7SUR7.CD news report (computer translated). According to Marcel Matabishi Nyange, head of the city of Sange, the resurgence of these cases of cholera is due to the lack of drinking water in several entities of this city. “It is now a week that our city is attacked by cholera. Kinanira is among the most affected neighborhoods. The number is increasing day by day because we are already at 87 cases,” he explained.