• US ambassador to Cameroon says Yaounde is key to the entire Congo Basin

    US ambassador to Cameroon says Yaounde is key to the entire Congo Basin

    The U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon, Michael S. Hoza, has described Cameroon as key to the economies of the Congo Basin. The U.S. diplomat was speaking at the “American Day” at PROMOTE in Yaounde on Thursday February 16. Ambassador Hoza said Cameroon is the key to the entire Congo basin economy and Cameroonian youth are the […]

  • South African government flip-flop in CAF election

    South African government flip-flop in CAF election

    The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has said incumbent president; Issa Hayatou has received the support of South African President, Jacob Zuma ahead of elections in the African football governing body. The President Jacob Zuma endorsement was made public on Saturday February 18, 2017, during an audience the South African leader granted the incumbent president […]

  • US: Senator John McCain says Trump’s government is in disarray

    US: Senator John McCain says Trump’s government is in disarray

    The resignation of US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, Michael Flynn, shows that the new administration is in “disarray,” Republican Senator John McCain says. McCain made the remark at the Munich Security Conference on Friday, days after Flynn was forced to quit his job over his ties to Russia. “I think that the Flynn […]

  • Germany: Government bans US-made ‘smart doll’ that spies on children

    Germany: Government bans US-made ‘smart doll’ that spies on children

    German regulators have banned a US-manufactured “smart doll”, warning that it is a de facto “spying device” and called on parents to destroy or disable it. The Federal Network Agency (FNA) which enforces bans on surveillance devices has classified the “My Friend Cayla” doll, manufactured by the American company Genesis Toys, as an “illegal espionage […]

  • Anglophone Crisis: Resistance rather than collaboration is the only way

    Anglophone Crisis: Resistance rather than collaboration is the only way

    Ever since the Southern Cameroons revolution started in 2016, the term “resistance” has been everywhere-thanks to the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium.  The people of the Buea and Bamenda provinces of West Cameroon are now reading from the same script-thanks to the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. We now know that the Biya Francophone Beti […]

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