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Cameroon Bilingualism: A Political Cosmetic?

By Taratou Moses Mbongue In the last few years, there has been a lot of debate around the concept of bilingualism in Cameroon. While some think that this is a great advantage to being exposed to different cultures, others see it as something leading to cultural confusion. It is imperative for us to fully understand the concept "bilingualism" if ...Full Article

New Leaders, New Tools Can Transform Fight Against Malaria

By Madiké Seye, Vice-President for Africa, GlaxoSmithKline* This week’s African Union meeting will be remembered for its courage. Just a few weeks after a devastating terrorist attack in Kampala, ...Full Article

Where Do You Think The President Biya Money For Grants To Students Is From?

Conducted by Joyce Tieh, Peggy Pofoura & Gerald Amungwa* I think the grants are from public funds. It is a good initiative taken by the President of the Republic, ...Full Article

Tears – And Flowers – For Pius Njawe: Cameroon’s Frontline Press Freedom Fighter

By Francis Wache His name had become synonymous with press freedom in Cameroon. When Njawe’s death was announced on July 12, following a road accident in Virginia, USA, that ...Full Article

Fako’s Great Expectation 50 Years After Reunification

By Mola Tennyson Ekema Luma In the then West Cameroon, the Southwest was made up of three prominent Divisions known as Victoria, Kumba and Mamfe. After the Reunification of ...Full Article

Frank Biya: His Slippery Path To Power

By Joseph M. Ndifor The once-every-four-year patriotic frenzy over the soccer World Cup that usually finds Cameroonians glued to their TV sets is over, and Yaounde, that tormented city, ...Full Article

What Impact Has The World Cup On Africa?

Compiled by Chris Mbunwe, Yerima Kini Nsom, Olive Ejang Ngoh & Benoit Kiven & Ma-Bessem Agbor (UB Journalism Students on Internship) The impact is great to Africans and, specifically, ...Full Article

Dismantling The Graft Lobby: A Must For Economic Take-Off

By Wilfred Tassang Mr. President, I feel strangely happy writing to you this day. Something tells me that you read our missives with a lot of attention and glee.  ...Full Article

World Cup Football – Much-ado-about Nothing

By Paul A. Enyih The much-talked-about World Cup competition came and is about to go but not without its woes; some of them as endemic as incurable. Notwithstanding the ...Full Article

Hon. Foju’s Interview: Rejoinder

By Hon. Joseph Konglimnyuy Kwi* In his interview carried by Cameroon POSTline of July 2, 2010 on page 5, Hon. Foju has attempted to give credit to the CPDM ...Full Article
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