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The Cameroon Bar: new faces, which direction?

The Cameroon Bar Association has just gone through another session of elections in the course of which a new team has been put in place to run the affairs of the Bar for another term. We


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The Anglophone   General Conference

The heat did subside naturally over the debate on whether the Cardinal Tumi and Co. sponsored peace initiative of convening an Anglophone General Conference, AGC in Buea, should hold at all. It however ended up being


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The press as a target

The recent arrest and detention of the Editor-in-Chief of the English news desk of Equinoxe Television, Mimi Mefo Takambou, is not so much a surprise to many who have been following events in the country, as


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Lessons from the 2018 presidential polls (2)

Common sense instructs us that for the history of a people to continue to repeat itself over and over, represents a bad omen for a people who aspire to move forward in the midst of a


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Lessons from the 2018 presidential polls (1)

Shadows of an unholy coalition As at the time of our going to press, the constitutional council, the body accredited with the powers to proclaim the results of elections in Cameroon had just completed its task


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The bubble about fake election observers

Within the last three years or so, we have progressively moved from one crisis to another. Needless to recall the horrors of the yet-to-be resolved Anglophone problem, which out of our own arrogance and treachery, we


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Moment of anxiety

Like every other day, the much awaited and talked-about October 7, has come and gone. It is obviously a day in history that will constantly remind Cameroonians, even generations yet unborn that the nation of Cameron


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An amazing exodus indeed

Never in the history of this country since reunification, more than half a century now, has the country experienced such a terrifying movement of people and goods from one part of the country to the other,


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The AU and the Anglophone problem

From the surface of things it does sound consoling that the African Union is exploring possibilities of finding a lasting solution to the socio-political crisis in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon, using


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Camo-China relations

Relations between Cameroon and the Peoples Republic of China, do not only have a long standing history, but have also always been described as extremely friendly. No doubt therefore, that the current visit of President Biya


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