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Anglophone Problem: The Sting of the Diaspora
Posted on  : April 15, 2019, 12:00 am
he Cameroonian diaspora is currently one of president Paul Biya’s greatest nightmares. And probably, the greatest nightmare comes from the Anglophone Cameroon diaspora. At the onset of the Anglophone Crisis in November 2016, the Cameroon government had no idea about the potential of the Anglophone Cameroon diaspora. They thought that the old tactics of repressing dissidents into silence would work just find, again. But it was a big mistake.
Author :  Admin   |  
Category : Politics
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The Double Face of the Mbenguist Economy
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 5:08 pm
“Mbeng” as the word goes means, literally translated, white people’s country. “Mbenguist” which is synonymous or popularly known in the English-speaking areas as “bush fallers,” is a situation where a person leaves his or her country in search of greener pastures abroad.
Author :  By Sandra   |  
Category : Editorial
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An 34 du Rdpc: Quand le parti au pouvoir célèbre plus de trente ans d’échec
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 4:58 pm
Créé depuis 1984, la célébration du 34e anniversaire du Rassemblement démocratique du peuple camerounais s’est tenue le 24 mars dernier dans un contexte particulier car le bilan de ce parti, dont le président est à la magistrature suprême depuis 1982, n’est qu’un terrible fiasco. De quoi susciter l’ire de la plupart des camerounais.
Author :  Ryan Nguélé   |  
Category : Politics
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Fait divers: Voulant avorter une gamine de 17 ans se fait plutôt empoisonner Yaoundé
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 4:54 pm
Le drame est survenu entre les 22 et 23 mars dernier au nouveau quartier communément appelé « quartier Anglo » à émana.
Author :  By N. GELMIN S   |  
Category : News
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Crisis Management Cameroonians Have Lost Confidence in Government, Says Pool
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 4:49 pm
In a recent publication, Afro Barometer reported that the armed conflict in the two English-speaking regions of the country has reduced the confidence of Cameroonians in their government and equally cast doubts over the direction of the country.
Author :  By Kah Sandy   |  
Category : Politics
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At Washington DC All Southern Cameroon People’s Conference Front Line Leaders Form Single Front to Negotiate Separation!
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 4:44 pm
Southern Cameroons Leaders and People meeting in Washington DC, with diplomats, are unanimous that, they can only meet the Biya Regime only on Terms of Separation that restore the Independence of Southern Cameroons and nothing less.
Author :  Francis Nzante   |  
Category : Politics
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CDC Breeds Social Inequalities ?
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 11:57 am
The Cameroon Development Corporation CDC one of Africa’s largest Agro-industrial complexes and Cameroon’s second largest employer with over 22000 employees of both permanent temporal workers stand out sharply on the Socio-economic landscape of Cameroon.
Author :  Francis Nzante   |  
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Environmental Heritage: Kwacoco and mbanga soup
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 11:49 am
Kwacoco and mbanga soup is a common delicacy and the traditional meal of the Bakweri people of the South-west region of Cameroon. It is eaten in most of their traditional weddings, parties and even at royal dinners. Mbanga soup is a very popular west African soup you will find different recipes of mbanga soup in countries like Cameroon, Ghana, Guinea, Sierra Leon and Nigeria. The recipes of this delicious meal vary from country to country and from tribe to tribe.
Author :  By Nkeze Mirabel Tache   |  
Category : Feature
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Scribe Kulture: YOUNG WOMEN OF SIGNIFICANCE
Posted on  : March 18, 2019, 9:54 am
Cameroon is one of the African countries that are facing the problem of timidity, ignorance, and a local mindset, especially in young women. Most Cameroonians grow up with the mindset of “no connection no job” as a result, many young Cameroonians lack the courage to start up something for themselves because they feel relegated or beaten by the “Godfather” system of employment.
Author :  By N. GELMIN S   |  
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In Review: Moustik’s Clumsy Bite at Canal d’Or Acte 12
Posted on  : March 18, 2019, 9:45 am
“To ensure that no… challenges take place, the champions of state power invent entire constellations of ideas; they adopt a distinct set of cultural repertoires and powerfully evocative concepts.” - Achilles Mbembe “Cameroon first! Cameroonians first! We are one and indivisible. Stop witchcraft!” - Moustik Le Karismatic
Author :  By Ferdinand Awung Mbecha   |  
Category : Editorial
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Anglophone Problem: The Sting of the Diaspora
he Cameroonian diaspora is currently one of president Paul B....
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The Double Face of the Mbenguist Economy
“Mbeng” as the word goes means, literally translated, wh....
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An 34 du Rdpc: Quand le parti au pouvoir célèbre plus de trente ans d’échec
Créé depuis 1984, la célébration du 34e anniversaire du ....
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Fait divers: Voulant avorter une gamine de 17 ans se fait plutôt empoisonner Yaoundé
Le drame est survenu entre les 22 et 23 mars dernier au nouv....
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Crisis Management Cameroonians Have Lost Confidence in Government, Says Pool
In a recent publication, Afro Barometer reported that the ar....
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