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Cameroonian Leaps Into Reggae Spotlight In South Africa

By Azore Opio — It was ultimately a leap of faith and imagination for Cameroonian-born Anye Kitcha Asongwe aka Ankias Vallyman, when he jammed at one international concert in 2010 in Bassline, South Africa. Ankias claims three albums and over thirty songs in the market. Ankias performing at a concert   After fate seemed ...Full Article

Emmy Award Winner Uses Dance To Praise God

By Walter Wilson Nana — African-American born missionary and onetime winner of the famous Emmy Awards, Tracye Campbell, says it is possible to interpret the ...Full Article

Muna Foundation Presents Budding Musical Group

By Marriane Tabi Enow* — The Solomon Tandeng Muna Foundation recently presented the band; MOR’EH’, in their debut album entitled “MBOA” at the Foundation’s auditorium ...Full Article

Ateh Bazore Launches New Album

By Yerima Kini Nsom — Musician cum journalist, Ateh Bazore, will launch his sixth album in Yaounde on October 6. The Minister of Culture, ...Full Article

Fame Bee Launches Maiden Album

By Walter Wilson Nana — Fame Fakeh Bunyui, artistically known as Fame Bee, July 12, launched her debut album titled Don’t Touch at Alliance Franco-Camerounaise, ...Full Article

Bamenda Film & Arts Festival Holds July 15-21

By Lydie Yuri — The Bamenda Film and Arts Festival will run from July 15-21, in selected halls and cafes in the Bamenda Municipality.   ...Full Article

Ambroise Mbia Celebrates 50 Years Of Comedy

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai — Comedian, Ambroise Mbia, is celebrating 50 years as a comedian. A reference in African theatre, Mbia started stage performances on ...Full Article

Lapiro Asks Biya To Resign Like Ahidjo Did

By Patrick Sianne* — “Demissionnez! Demissionnez! Demissionez! (Resign! Resign! Resign! Mr. President!” yells the iconoclastic pop musician, Lapiro de Mbanga a.k.a. Lambo Pierre Roger, in ...Full Article

25,000 Attend P Square Concert in Yaounde

By Roland Akong — In the biggest music event in Cameroon’s capital city in recent years, over 25,000 persons defied bad weather and cold on ...Full Article

Culture Minister Promises Support To ACEM

By Imma Mkong — The Minister of Arts and Culture, Ama Tutu Muna, has promised support to the Cameroon Association of English-speaking Musicians, ACEM. She ...Full Article
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