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Cameroon: What is the Place of a Cameroonian Minister
Posted on  : January 20, 2021, 1:39 pm
Following the release on the theme of this year’s Youth Day Celebration, critics have seriously questioned the place of Cameroonian Ministers at various Ministries without the Head of State.
Author :  L J KINGAH   |  
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Cameroon-Congo: By Q1-2021, Preliminary Studies of the Chollet Hydroelectricity Dam to Kickstart
Posted on  : October 28, 2020, 3:08 pm
During the meeting of the interstate commission in charge of the Chollet Hydroelectricity Dam project, it was revealed that the preliminary studies for the construction have been scheduled for Q1-2021.
Author :  L J KINGAH   |  
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Below the Radar of Domestic Abuse: Financial Disempowerment of Women, a Silent Homewrecker
Posted on  : August 3, 2020, 10:36 am
Income inequalities between men and women are still very rife around the world. Generally, men earn more than women. In a marriage surrounding, this inequality may translate to profoundly serious problems and contribute to the escalation of domestic abuse by the high earning spouse against the one low-earning partner.
Author :  L J KINGAH   |  
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Africans First Used Face Masks During Colonial Slavery
Posted on  : May 18, 2020, 5:54 pm
Wearing of face masks date as far back as the 16th century, when iron face masks were worn on slaves. This was one of the inhumane treatments meted on Africans by their slave masters during the colonial period.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
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Why Western Countries Need Help But Persists in Sending Aid to Africa
Posted on  : April 24, 2020, 3:50 pm
Recently, there has been growing worries to why western countries send aid to Africa when they themselves need help. Here are some compiled responses to this question.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
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Tagged Keywords: intersest, didden, africa, aid, westren
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Another Phase Of Slavery In Cameroon
Posted on  : July 23, 2019, 2:33 pm
“Although we have, in theory, abolished human slavery, recognized women’s right, and stopped child labor, we continue to enslave other species who, if we pay attention, show quite clearly that they experience parental love, pain, and desire for freedom, just as we do.” Ingrid Newkirk
Author :  BOMKI MODESTE KILA   |  
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Tagged Keywords: Child slavery
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Environmental Heritage: Fufu and Eru
Posted on  : May 3, 2019, 7:33 am
The delicious fufu and Eru is a specialty of the Bayang of Manyu division in the Southwest region of Cameroon. The dish, Fufu and Eru, has gained national popularity. Indeed, it is one of the most available and consumed meals at public ceremonies and restaurants. The vegetable, Eru leaf, can be eaten raw, shredded and added to soup, stews, porridge’s, and fish or meat dishes.
Author :  By Nkeze Mirabel Tache   |  
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Tagged Keywords: Water fufu and Eru
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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   |  
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Tagged Keywords: Kwacoco and Banga Soup
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Journalists Horn Skills on Malaria Reporting
Posted on  : May 24, 2018, 12:40 pm
Some media Men and women drawn from both the private and public sector on April 24, sharpen their skills on malaria reporting during a capacity building workshop organized by the Malaria No More NGO
Author :  Fonban Emmanuel   |  
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Tagged Keywords: siantou, legideon, health, journalist
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Bamenda: The Nexus of Cameroon’s Democracy & Epicentre of Political Upheavals
Posted on  : February 13, 2018, 12:11 pm
The North West Regional Capital, Bamenda is the womb of Cameroon’s democracy and the epicentre of political upheavals. In the words of one of CRTV’s revered anchor, Julius Wamey, “Bamenda is where heroes go to die.”
Author :  By Isidore Abah   |  
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Tagged Keywords: Bamenda
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