• Turkey: ‘I accept these election results,’ says Erdogan rival Ince

    Turkey: ‘I accept these election results,’ says Erdogan rival Ince

    The main rival of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a weekend presidential election said Monday he accepted defeat in the first round. However, OSCE observers said the ruling party had enjoyed undue advantages. “I accept these election results,” said Muharrem Ince of the Republican People’s Party (CHP) who came second to Erdogan in the polls but […]

  • South Sudan president, rebel leader set for new talks in Khartoum

    South Sudan president, rebel leader set for new talks in Khartoum

    A new round of peace talks is set to start in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, with an aim to end the bloody civil war that has been gripping neighboring South Sudan for more than four years. South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and his former first vice president and present arch-enemy, Riek Machar, will hold fresh peace […]

  • Southern Cameroons Crisis:  CDC finally laid to rest as three companies seal deal

    Southern Cameroons Crisis: CDC finally laid to rest as three companies seal deal

    The largest employer after the Cameroon government has been handed over to foreign investors. A CDC protocol agreement signed on Wednesday 20th June, 2018 in Yaoundé finally brought to reality the much rumoured speculation of privatisation. Three companies: Tylium from Egypt, Fertilore and Timac Agro from France are the new owners of the multi agro […]

  • Sasse Old Boys: SOBA UK Secretary General says the national body needs a decent man to run its affairs

    Sasse Old Boys: SOBA UK Secretary General says the national body needs a decent man to run its affairs

    Press Statement: Update on Decisive Action(s) taken against the splinter group of SOBA UK Fellow Sobans,   On 24th February 2018, the members of the SOBA UK General Assembly convened and voted unanimously to: a) reject calls for fresh elections in the UK by SOBA General in Cameroon and, b) take necessary actions to redress any […]

  • That Depressing Amnesty International report on the Anglophone Crisis

    That Depressing Amnesty International report on the Anglophone Crisis

    The rather combative government riposte to the Amnesty report was an unnecessary own goal that sullies and casts aspersion on Cameroon’s image before the international community. The alarm bell sounded by Amnesty International on the vicious cycle of violence currently taking place in the Anglophone regions is hardly surprising, coming as it were amidst the […]

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