By Timothy Mbeseha The academic year 2016/2017 in what used to be British Southern Cameroons, today NW&SW regions of Cameroon has been on the
Title: The Wrong Decision: A castigation of the trouble with Cameroon. Number of Pages: 83 Price: 3,000 CFA Frs. Publisher: Nyaa Publishers. Reviewer: *Freddy Eta
Ngomba Lucas has given up on his education this year. The 18-year-old has not attended school since January, when teachers walked off the job
President Biya orders internet shutdown to stop ‘hate’ speech English-speaking areas protest domination of French language When the sun sets in Buea, the capital
Mass protests, movements, and mobilization – often articulated and organized through social media – swept the continent in 2016. Protesters and human rights defenders
Three weeks after reports that Cameroon had blocked the internet in English-speaking parts of the country, residents say services have yet to be restored.
The Cameroonian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release two civil society leaders arrested in the English-speaking part of the country, and lift the ban
By Akere Muna “Cameroon Is One And Indivisible” is a pronouncement that is supposed to have a solemn ring to it. However, there is