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Comment On The UK’s Spending Review

By William Hague, Foreign Secretary This week Britain’s coalition government announced its spending plans for the next four years.  We are taking urgent steps to reduce the national debt and deal with the fiscal legacy we inherited.  We have shown that we have the resolve and determination to live within our means. And we have set out to reinvigorate ...Full Article

Cameroonian Literature Enriched With “Gaining The Game”

By Walter Wilson Nana Cameroon literary landscape has been boosted with a new publication; a seven-act play by Mathew Takwi’s "Gaining The Game". Launching the play recently at the ...Full Article

Thomas Sankara: In His Own Words

By Mwalimu George Ngwane Today 15th October 2010 marks the 23rd anniversary of the murder of Captain Thomas Isidore Noel Sankara, erstwhile President of Upper Volta cum Burkina Faso ...Full Article

Fuel The Economy; Change Our Story

By Wilfred Tassang Dear Mr. President, I am certain that we have in one of our earlier discussions affirmed that sound policies are necessary for economic development. For this ...Full Article

Vox pop: Would You Prefer To Marry A Rural Or Urban Woman?

Compiled by Chris Mbunwe, Elvis Tah & Nadege Lekungha Sama* I would prefer an urban woman who is educated so that we can together bring up our children in ...Full Article

Cameroon’s Fragile Peace

By Ayah Paul Abine As the 46.000-ton Titanic was divided into many water-tight compartments, it was declared unsinkable. When it set out on its maiden voyage in 1912, the ...Full Article

Vox pop: Are You Registering To Vote? Why, Why Not?

Compiled by Marceline Chick, Moses Tezeh*, Helen Tanyitiku*, Nadege Lekungha* Well, I don’t have any interest in voting. Even if I do, it is like the results are already ...Full Article

My Vision Of Cameroon In 2010

By Ayah Paul Abine President Paul Biya wants to be remembered as the person who brought democracy to Cameroon. The President certainly cannot be understood as meaning that he ...Full Article

Re – Oil Exploration Does Not Guarantee Ndian Road Construction

By Ndicho Awudu, Douala I was shocked when I read the above caption in The Post No. 01185 of 24th September 2010 that a minister who oversees all of ...Full Article

Book Review: The Great Reversal; From Crisis To Renewed Solidarity

Author: Jean-Michel Servet. Desclée de Brouwer, 2010, 270 pages Reviewer: Nathanael Ojong In this book, the author brings his own reading of the global crisis and suggests an outline ...Full Article
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