Via aBangui.com: Cholera causes of deaths on the border with the DRC. The edited Google translation:
The deaths in recent days in Djoukou, on the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo, are linked to cholera, we learned Wednesday from a source close to the representation of the World Health Organisation in Central Africa.
The dead people were suffering from diarrhea, vomiting and high fever, said the same source.
The existence of this epidemic in Djoukou was established after examination of the facts following a joint mission involving government, humanitarian organizations and United Nations agencies.
Health teams dispatched to Djoukou have taken samples that have confirmed the cholera outbreak in the city.
At the moment, the Ministry of health has not yet made public the information. According to a source at the Ministry of Health, this attitude is adopted to avoid panic among the population.
Update: Lucie Lecomte has just sent the link to a report by the Institut Pasteur de Bangui, saying a cholera case has been confirmed in Bangui itself. And now she's sent another link, this one from RJDH, saying the Ministry of Public Health has officially declared a cholera epidemic.