Urgent Need for Press Empowerment [opinion]

Two decades and four years after the 1990 social communication laws changed the media landscape in Cameroon, the country now boasts over 20 TV stations, 200 radios, between 400 and 500 newspapers as well as an abundant number of online press organs, to keep Cameroonians and the world informed. Twenty four years since 1990, a lot of water has flowed under the bridge towards ensuring more freedom of the press which yet cries for more empowering measures to allow it play its determining role as the Fourth Estate. If some…

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’Amnesty Will Pave Way for Dialogue’ [interview]

Dr. Peter Sakwe Masumbe, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and International Relations, University of Buea, explains the possible impact of the recent granting of clemency by the DRC government to political opponents. What informs the recent decision by the Democratic Republic of Congo government to grant clemency to over 50 political opponents? President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo has been embroiled in internecine conflicts – mostly in the eastern part of the country – for several years since he took over from his father in January 2001.…

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Five Hardened Criminals to Face Trial

Charged with various crimes, they operated with the aid of heavy duty arsenal. A five-man notorious armed gang specialised in orchestrating holdups in companies in the Littoral, Centre, and South West Regions arrested on Thursday, April 24, 2014, has been transferred to the Military Tribunal in Douala. The notorious armed men were dispossessed of their weapons, seemingly an arsenal of four locally made guns and two automatic pistols of mark Valtro and Walther, 91 bullets, 13 razor blades, and other heavy duty operating munitions such as industrial hammers which can…

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Gov’t Working Actively to Secure Hostage-Prone Zone

Three weeks after the abduction of three missionaries in Tchere, near Maroua in the Far-North Region, searchlights seem to have been taken away from them. But that is only a figment! On the contrary, the government of Cameroon has taken measures to provide more and vital security for the hostage-prone areas of the Far-North Region. The government’s concern is about providing security. But it is not insensitive to any initiatives being taken by non-government actors to ensure the immediate release of the two Italian Reverend Fathers Gianantonio Alligri and Gianpaulo…

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Gang of Three Dismantled in Douala

Three male individuals named Nyafo Y. J., Habdouraman I. and Kwa E., were nabbed last weekend by elements of the Mobile Intervention Unit in Bonanjo. Their arrest followed reported cases of robbery around Marcheacute Congo, with women being the main victims. The hoodlums who later confessed some of their acts were cornered on Friday, April 25, 2014. During interrogation, they revealed that on Monday, April 21, 2014 they attacked a lady by name Motcheut Amo epse Djoumessi, by cutting off her earrings. Later on Thursday, April 24, 2014, it was…

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NW Administrator to Promote Healthcare

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