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26 million) than that recorded in the census. The United Nations Population Division estimate for 2014 is 1. 83 million. Kinshasa, DRC, had more than 10 million inhabitants in 2014.  Together with Kinshasa, the combined conurbation of Kinshasa-Brazzaville has about 12 million inhabitants. Significant political and infrastructure challenges prevent the two cities from functioning with any meaningful connection.   Since the mid-19th century, the two cities have been rivals in trade, sports and power.
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Dominique Ntsiété (1940-2012), senator Ali Bongo Ondimba (born 1959), Gabonese politician, 3rd President of Gabon since 2009. Alain Akouala Atipault (born 1959) politician and government Minister. Frédéric Bintsamou (born 1964) a Protestant clergyman and leader of the "semi-religious" rebel group The Ninjas Bill Kouélany (born 1965) a Congolese artist, writer and set designer. Alain Mabanckou (born 1966) novelist, journalist, poet and academic Cyril Kongo (born 1969), a French painter and graffiti artist, lived in Brazzaville in the 80s. Dominique Tchimbakala (born 1977) journalist and TV presenter, news anchor for TV5Monde.
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 Prosper Philippe Augouard, (1852–1921) French Catholic priest, missionary and explorer, settled Brazzaville in 1887. Ambroise Noumazalaye (1933–2007) Prime Minister of Congo-Brazzaville, 1966 to 1968 Jean Serge Essous (1935-2009) a Congolese saxophonist & clarinetist Emmanuel Dongala (born 1941) a Congolese chemist and novelist. Patience Dabany (born 1941) singer, musician and First Lady of Gabon, 1967 to 1987. Antoinette Sassou Nguesso (born 1945) First Lady of the Republic of the Congo since 1997 Aurlus Mabélé (1953–2020) a Congolese singer and composer. Charles Richard Mondjo (born 1954) Chief of Staff of the Congo Armed Forces, 2002 to 2012.
Downriver the Congo has numerous rapids, known as Livingston Falls, preventing navigation upriver to this point from its mouth at the Atlantic. Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is located on the southern bank of the Congo, directly across from Brazzaville. To distinguish between the two African countries that have "Congo" in their names, the Republic of the Congo is sometimes called Congo-Brazzaville, as opposed to Congo-Kinshasa. Kinshasa is more than five times larger than Brazzaville in population. This is the only place in the world where two national capital cities developed on opposite banks of a river, within sight of each other.
It was connected through trade by ships and boats traveling upriver to inland areas, which produced raw materials from the beginning of the colonial period.  Construction of the railway connecting to Pointe-Noire increased the ability of city businessmen to get their products to the port for export. Industries present in Brazzaville include machine shops, textiles, tanning, and manufacturing. As a key port on the Congo River, Brazzaville still takes deliveries of raw materials, such as rubber, wood, and agricultural products.
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 The Livingstone Falls lie on the outskirts of the city, where the Djoué River meets the Congo, rendering river transport to the coast impossible, qualifying the railway as a portage railway. Although there is no organised public transport system, privately owned buses are available in the capital.  Taxis are available on every street and are easily recognized, being painted with a green body and white top, and the fare for a short trip is CF700.
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Gaitana (born 1979), Ukrainian singer who lived in Brazzaville for five years. Sport André Merlin (1911–1960) a French tennis player. François M'Pelé (born 1947) a former footballer with 521 club caps and 9 for Congo Rolf-Christel Guié-Mien (born 1977) former footballer with 338 club caps and 26 for Congo Oscar Ewolo (born 1978) former footballer with 374 club caps and 38 for Congo Lorène Bazolo (born 1983) track and field athlete, Congolese flag bearer at the 2012 Summer Olympics Ladislas Douniama (born 1986) former footballer with over 250 club caps and 28 for Congo Pamela Mouele-Mboussi (born 1988) long and triple jumper, national flag carrier at the 2008 Summer Olympics Serge Ibaka (born 1989), professional basketball player Férébory Doré (born 1989) footballer with over 200 club caps and 37 for Congo Twin towns and sister cities See also Avenue Matsoua Notes References ^ "Répartition de la population par". cnsee.
About twenty percent of the vehicles in Brazzaville are taxis. There are also collective taxis that drive certain routes and charge CF150. A road-rail bridge is proposed to connect Brazzaville with Kinshasa. The rail gauge on both sides is the same at 1067mm.  Notable people Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza (1852–1905), eponymous founder.
2%20071, 373, 382+60. 4%20192, 175, 000+58. 4% As of the 2007 census, the city had a population of 1. 37 million. The projection of the CNSEE (national statistics centre) estimated an increase to 1. 7 million by 2015,  but the projection was made before 2007 and was based on a lower estimate of the population (1.
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