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Musonge-led commission wants to mediate between govt and Anglophone leaders

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE and ELAH GEOFREY with reports The Peter Mafany Musonge led Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism has already begun work. Members met for their very first time last


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Anglophone Crisis: Lawyers defiant!

By Elah Geoffrey Mbongale and Wiffah Jennyhans with reports The president of the Bar Council, Ngnie Kamga’s communiqué last April 10, 2017 announcing the decision by lawyers to suspend their strike and therefore resume work on


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Press Release: CJA-Africa resolute on Press  Freedom in Cameroon

For over four months, the Commonwealth Journalists Association (CJA) Africa and the Cameroon Branch have been closely following the media situation in Cameroon with grave concern following the Cameroon Common Law Lawyers and Anglophone Teachers’ Associations


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Journalists celebrate Press Freedom Day amidst heavy govt crackdown

By Wifah Jennyhans Nde Press freedom could be defined as the right of journalists or media organs to publish information without government censorship or control. Its practice started centuries back in the U.S and later spread


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Limbe City Council workers celebrate Labour Day with class

BY ESTHER QUI Permanent as well as casual workers of the Limbe City Council have joined their colleagues in Fako to celebrate May Day or Labour Day 2017 in a flamboyant style. After the march pass


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God is intervening in our matter, Bishop Bushu tells Christians in Buea

By Ikome Christie- Noella Eposi Bishop Immanuel Bushu of the Buea Diocese has said all that is happening with the case against the Church and its leaders is as a result of fasting and prayers. The


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Cases against church leaders, It’s postponement galore

Cases against church leaders It’s postponement galore By Wambo Emmanuel in Bamenda Adjournment of court hearings in recent times is gradually becoming a trend in Cameroon, as several seemingly pertinent cases keep being adjourned with reasons


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Anglophone Crisis: Both govt and protesters violated Human  rights – Dr Chemuta Divine

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE The Chairperson of the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms, Dr Chemuta Divine Banda has disclosed that the human rights situation in Cameroon in 2016 was characterized by strike


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Bamenda, Kumba anti-ghost town marches suffer major backlash

Bamenda, Kumba anti-ghost town marches suffer major backlash   BY DANIELA NEBA NGUM and TALLA AGHAA Anti-ghost town marches organized by pro-government forces in Bamenda and Kumba suffered major backlash as the turnouts were not only


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Members of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism commission to be installed

Members of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism commission to be installed BY ESTHER QUI The members of the National commission on the promotion of bilingualism and multiculturalism will be installed into office this Thursday April 27, 2017, in


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