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The Major National Dialogue: One year after

On September 30, 2019, what was officially titled a Major National Dialogue, decreed by the head of state, President Paul Biya, took off in the nation’s capital, Yaounde, the purpose of which was mainly to find


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CDC rejoices:  The bright days are ahead

T he Cameroon Development Corporation, a corporate body, which for more than half a century has defended the pride of Cameroon in the global economic ratings, now has every right to heave a sigh of relief


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The vision we see: Gliding back to One Party

A probable return to a one-party state, which we left behind many years ago may be slow, but evident and visible enough for every diligent eye to see and every conscious mind to discern. The nature


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Shall we, or shall we not end this blood bath?

If nothing else, we in this Newspaper remain very conscious of the widespread condemnation of acts of brutal killings, most of them very unprofessional in conventional wars. We have not only been conscious of the degree


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A fulfilled promise indeed!

On Thursday, August 6, 2020, the Head of state fulfilled the promise he made about 30 years ago to members of the national team, which represented Cameroon at the 1990 World Cup Tournament in Italy. The


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Anglophone crisis, who is afraid of genuine talks for peace?

We reported in our issue of Monday, July 6, 2020, that what looks like a United Nations imposed cease fire Talks between the Government and Separatists has taken off in the nation’s capital, Yaounde. There is


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The reality of the challenges of “reconstruction”

It is easy to conclude that the past two weeks spent in the North West and South West regions, by Minister Tasong and his assistant, Mayor Njong Donatus, marked a significant breakthrough on an assignment which


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Honouring our dead and the challenges of Covid-19

We, as Africans, have in most cases forgotten that we are what we have been destined to be: Africans. And as Africans bearing a credible identity, made lively by inalienable cultural values to justify our existence


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Archbishop Kleda’s  breakthrough

It is unfortunate that the Head of the Douala Diocese, Archbishop Kleda has been confronted with questions, why he, as an Evangelist will involve in medicinal plant research which has led to the discovery of a


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Land Encroachment: Indeed, enough is enough

Patience, they say sometimes has a limit in every human interaction. There could therefore not have been a better time than now, for the Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC to have reached the end of the road


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