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UNESCO has not declared Blanc school Year in Cameroon

Due to the current strike by Anglophones which has led to the interruption of classes in schools in the English-speaking Regions of Cameroon for more than three months, unofficial information circulating on social networks suggests that UNESCO has already declared a Year in Cameroon. Read on » » »

L’UNESCO n’a pas déclaré l’année blanche au Cameroun

En raison des revendications sociales qui ont conduit à l’interruption depuis plus de trois mois des cours dans les établissements scolaires dans les Régions anglophones du Cameroun, une information non officielle qui circule sur les réseaux sociaux fait croire que l’UNESCO a déjà déclaré Read on » » »

Cameroon:Inter-urban bus transport: 70-seater buses transformed into ‘highway taxis’

Overloaded Vatican Bus 4365 of Sunday February 19-2017 It is now a common phenomenon in most inter-urban travel agencies where drivers who ply the roads both by day and night and in complicity with loaders commonly called ‘motorboys’ make several stops along the highway Read on » » »

Cameroon: Francophone teachers at UBa fear for their lives and jobs

Francophone lecturers of the University of Bamenda, UBa have in a memorandum to Prime Minister, Head of government, Philemon Yang said the ongoing strike that has paralyzed educational activities in the North West and South West regions has a “secret agenda and that administrators Read on » » »


Achille Mbembe. Pendant très longtemps, le Cameroun a echappe aux radars de l’opinion africaine et internationale. Dictature a huis-clos caractérise tout autant par son opacité que par sa brutalité, il a su ne jamais faire parler de lui sur la scene mondiale qu’a l’occasion Read on » » »

Cameroon-Anglophone Crisis:How Ghost Town Has Changed Monday to ‘Kontri Sunday’

Observing ghost towns in the North West and South West regions has become a way of life of the population. When Monday the day widely circulated as ‘ghost town day’, the cities are usually busy with people trying to put things in order both Read on » » »

Adolf Hitler phone sells for $243 000

A telephone owned by Adolf Hitler has sold at auction for $243 000. Andreas Kornfeld of Alexander Historical Auctions said the phone sold on Sunday afternoon to a person who bid by phone. The auction house does not disclose the names of buyers. Bidding Read on » » »

Cameroun:Bidoung Kpwatt explique enfin le sens du ‘Bidoung challenge’

  Bidoung Mkpatt face à Paul Biya lors de la présentation des voeux L’inventeur de «Bidoung challenge», une manière singulière de saluer avec une révérence très accentuée, a expliqué pour la première fois son geste qui a été simulé par le monde entier. Le Read on » » »

In 2017, Cameroonian telecoms operator Nextell plans to increase its clientele to 5 million users with 4G

In 2017, Cameroonian telecoms operator Nextell plans to increase its clientele to 5 million users with 4G. With 3 million clients currently connected to its network, Nextell is the 3rd mobile operator in the country in terms of customer base, far behind MTN and Read on » » »

Cameroon: 61 Anglophones Detained, 31 Awaiting Trial – Issa Tchiroma

Issa Tchiroma Bakary The Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, has disclosed that of the 82 people arrested following uprisings in the Northwest and Southwest Regions, 21 were released. The Minister said of the 61 people held in detention, 31 are awaiting trial before Read on » » »

Cameroon:The Crucial Open Letter Hon. Ayah wrote to PM Ephraim Inoni in 2008

“History should record that refugees were abandoned by their own Government as collective punishment because one person from that community differed in political opinion with the establishment.” Ayah paul Abine Collective Punishment on My People Ayah Paul wrote: As you very well know, the Read on » » »

La libération des leaders anglophones divise

Barrister Agbor Balla Le 15 février 2017 le Ministre de la Communication a fait le point sur les procédures judiciaires qui visent ces personnes. Pourtant depuis des semaines, des voix des hommes de la société civile, des partis politiques et récemment de la Commission Read on » » »

Orange Cameroun claims to have deployed 4G over 250 locations throughout the country

According the Elisabeth Medou Badang, MD of Orange Cameroun, this telecommunications company has already deployed the 4G technology over 250 locations throughout Cameroon, thus enabling users to access broadband internet. In addition to this revelation made during a recent ceremony organised in Douala, the Read on » » »

Cameroon :John Fru Ndi Intervenes and Frees Journalist in Bamenda

John Fru Ndi The National Chairman of the Social Democratic Front (Cameroon’s main opposition political party) has intervened in the case of one Bamenda- based journalists. Kiven Brenda, North West Bureau Chief of The National Telegraph has been in hiding since four days ago Read on » » »

Cameroon:Issa Tchiroma on The Anglophone problem

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Cameroon – Anglophone crisis: Massive Arrests In Wum, Mile 16 As Young Men Now in Hiding

Military trucks stormed the Mile 16 neighborhood in Buea Sub Division in the late hours of Monday February 13, 2017 with massive arrests of youths especially those who could not present their National Identity Cards. Inhabitants of Mile 16 and its environs were taken Read on » » »

Breaking news!!! Cameroon :Nkwen market in flames

Information reaching says a store in Nkwen market in Bamenda was  in flames early this evening . Our source in Bamenda says an electric spark in a cold store caused the fire shortly before 8:20 pm.The fire was eventually put off and clam Read on » » »

Cameroun – Crise anglophone: Paul Aya Abine, avocat général près la Cour suprême, pourrait être admis à faire valoir ses droits à la retraite

Paul Ayah Abine, Avocat général près la Cour suprême / PAA Son statut de magistrat lui offre un privilège de la juridiction. Il ne devrait plus être détenu au Secrétariat d’État à la Défense. Le procès qui oppose le Ministère Public (Commissaire du Gouvernement) Read on » » »

Cameroon -Anglophone crisis: Samuel Kleda on mission to Bamenda

Bishop Samuel Kleda The President of the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon, who also moonlight as the Archbishop of Douala, Msgr. Samuel Kleda accompanied by Msgr. Piero Pioppo the Apostolic Nuncio in Cameroon, are expected in the capital of the Northwest do everything possible Read on » » »

West Cameroon:Ghost town in all force dispite consortium call for day off

Photo Ghost town in Mamfe Western Cameroonians are proofing that they have enough energy to carry the current Anglophone resistance to any extent. Reports reaching says the ghost is on in Major cities of Southern Cameroons today Monday 13th of February,2017 despite calls Read on » » »