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May 2019

GENEVA (6 May 2019) – The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, after concluding a visit to Cameroon, has welcomed the Government’s openness to work with the UN Human Rights Office, and the rest of the UN, to

By Ngombet Claudia Muslim faithfuls all over the world have begun the one month Period of Ramadan today 06 May, 2019. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar- Hijri Calendar. This month marks the holy period of

At least 41 persons have died after a Russian Plane caught fire following an emergency landing at the Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow. The tragic incident occurred on Sunday, 5 May, few minutes after the Russian Aeroflot plane, Sukhoi Superjet 100

Digital media and the internet have immeasurably changed the way people spread all kinds of messages, from the innocuous to the incendiary. Those who seek to turn groups of people violently against each other can spread Dangerous Speech quickly –

CAMASEJ Bamenda, CCMN and SNJC North West converged on one spot to celebrate WPFD. They had, on the previous day, donated to IDPs CAMASEJ Bamenda Chapter Produces First Ever Almanac For Members CAMASEJ Kumba Awards Meritorious Journalists Kumba made it

The National President of the Cameroon Association of English Speaking Journalists, CAMASEJ, Simon Lyonga Lamolembe, has stirred the beehive as he describes some of his colleagues in the journalism profession as ‘terrorist journalists’. He made such an allegation in

Leading Pan-African Bank, United Bank for Africa (UBA) PLC in partnership with leading global payments and technology company, Mastercard, have announced they are giving away all-expenses paid trips to the Semi-Finals and Finals of the 2019 UEFA Champions League to

If one were to go by the recent decision by Ambazonia Interim President, Sisiku Ayuktabe to dissolve the Dr Sako Caretaker Government, the team expected to be in place were appointed on November 6, 2017 in the Interim Government and

The Leader of Ambazonia revolution, Sisiku Julius Ayuktabe, has from his jail office in Kondengui, dissolved the current Acting Interim Government led by Dr Samuel Sako and re-instituted the cabinet which was in-charge of the interim government before their abduction