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Reunification: Anglophone identity as defined by the politics of oppression

by Clotilde Asangna In lieu of a brief history, Cameroonians from both the French and British colonies, started expressing interest…

Poliomyelitis in Africa

Poliomyelitis can now be found in Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Niger and Nigeria…

Outbreaks and emergencies: week 17

Cholera Monitored in 7 countries as in the previous week Chikungunya Monitored in 2 countries as in the previous week…

Digital Africa – Casablanca

Yaounde Photo Network together with Biennale Internationale de Casablanca are happy to invite to YPN first presentation of Cameroonian photography…

Cameroon: Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture

From 6th to 13th April, Limbe is celebrating the 6th edition of the Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture. Despite…

Cameroon denies human rights violations

“A new report from Human Rights Watch says Cameroon’s military has killed scores of people and burned down hundreds of…

Cameroon: fish farmers get training

“Over 50 fish farmers have received training on better methods of preserving their products like smoking” https://allafrica.com/stories/201903290753.html You may also…

Cameroon: Ategwa and his passion of painting

Ajarb Bernard Ategwa and his vivid paintings of Cameroonian life. Ategwa’s exhibition at London’s Jack Bell Gallery has just ended,…

Cameroon: Govt Cracks Down on Illegal Fuel Trade

” Cameroonian police officers, assisted by members of the country’s elite corps, seized hundreds of containers of fuel illegally transported…

Outbreaks and emergencies: week 8

Cholera In week 4 cholera was reported in 9 countries, in week 5 is monitored in 8 , while in weeks…

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