In 2018 general elections, the Democratic Republic of Congo will be using electronic voting machines for the first time.
Reality Check Team, Why do voters mistrust electronic voting? BBC News, 15 December 2018, accessed 17 December 2018
“The Democratic Republic of Congo is heading to the polls on 23 December to elect a new president for the first time since 2001. [...] The electoral commission plans to roll out at least 105,000 electronic voting machines, supplied by South Korean company Miru Systems. […] But this is the first time this exact machine has been used, raising concerns that it is untried in an election scenario. [...]”