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December 2019

What is so special about the most trumpeted Special Status for Anglophones? While many persons thought the two regions would be somehow a quasi-state in a state, the content shows that President Paul Biya has given the cow away but

By Kester Kenn Klomegah Early December, Rossiyskaya Gazeta, and Tass News Agency, both published interviews with Professor Irina Abramova, Director of the Institute of African Studies under the Russian Academy of Sciences, focusing on the economic cooperation with Africa. In

Businessmen both small, big and medium sizes can now manage their businesses, chase their debtors anywhere and anytime 24/7. This platform created by Infinity group( a group of Accountants and Information Technology experts) deploys cloud-based/online business management systems (accounting, Inventory

This is what the Head of the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA), François Louncény Fall, told the Security Council on December 6, 2019, about Cameroon. Read the full report from the UN's coverage team. Swift implementation of recommendations

(Toronto) On the eve of Human Rights Day 2019, University of Toronto faculty in Canada today launch a global Database of Atrocities to collect and store documentation on killings and other atrocities being perpetrated in the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon,

By Kester Kenn Klomegah The Institute for African Studies under the Russian Academy of Sciences was founded 60 years ago, precisely in 1959. Since then, it has undergone various changes and carried out huge scientific research on Africa. Professor Dmitri Bondarenko,

The Human Rights Defenders Network in Central Africa (REDHAC) says it was dismayed to learn fo the kidnapping and murder of human rights defender Pascal Ngwanyi of the NGO (Cominsud), United Nations Community Initiative for Sustainable Development partner for the

The Bag Series build-up to the discovery Show Concert 2nd edition, an excellent initiative to bring together and empower women/ladies through music being characterized by high-level unprofessionalism. (Pride, disrespect, etc.) We need not be told that any initiative that has

At least one person has died and another injured in an attack carried out by some men on board a motorbike in Bonajo, Douala's administrative and financial headquarter in Cameroon. CNA correspondent who witnessed the scene said the two men

Despite Government's position that the situation in Southern Cameroons is under control, a recent attack on a passenger plane, MA60 aircraft, registered TJ-QDB, is a clear indication that the humanitarian and security situation in the North West and South