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War against COVID-19: Where exactly are we?

It is over three months now since the world was thrown off balance by a strange pandemic which has taken millions of lives even among the big and powerful nations of the world, powerful nations who


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VTC relaunches SIMS® to foster e-learning amid COVID-19

A Cameroonian tech startup, Visionary Technologies Company, VTC, has relaunched its innovative solution dubbed Scholar Information Management System, SIMS®, a learning and school management app built to enable distant learning, accessible 24/7 anytime, anywhere. The relaunching


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BEAC and Cameroon’s Bilingualism

It is on record that, the last straw that broke the camel’s back about four years ago, over the issue of the marginalisation of the English speaking people of Cameroon, was the annoying issue of having


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What patriotism demands in the war against Coronavirus

A certain disease that has come to be known as Coronavirus and codenamed COVID 19, has killed thousands of people throughout the world, according to the World Health Organisation. Never has a single pandemic shaken the


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The vacuity of sovereignty

The past two weeks or so have sounded stormy in the relationship between Cameroon and France, on account of the French President’s recent outing on Cameroon. President Emmanuel Macron, no doubt declared that he indeed, did


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The press stands accused

The Minister of Territorial Administration, Mr. Atanga Nji, in his criticism of international NGOs in Cameroon, seemed to have, in the process, equally stepped on the toes of the press in Cameroon, specifically the private media.


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SOUTHERN CAMEROON YOUTHS: VICTIMS OF A FAILED SYSTEM

It is not doubt that since the reunification of the both Cameroons (East Cameroun otherwise La Republique and Southern Cameroons ) in 1961, Southern Cameroonians have always cried foul as they saw their very intention of


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Have schools become  theatres of violence?

A strange culture of violence in schools is quietly creeping into our system. We say a strange culture because the underlying philosophy of learning acknowledges discipline as fundamental in the whole process of building a society


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The international community and the Anglophone crisis

For the past three years or so, since the Anglophone crisis escalated into what now seems evidently a full scale war, it is increasingly becoming intriguing for any serious observer to actually locate the position of


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Trading peace  for elections

A presidential decree issued on Sunday, November 10 fixed February 9, 2020, for the Legislative and Municipal elections. It is just too obvious that, the head of state wants to remain true to the letter and


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