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Road Notes From Egypt

By Elvis Tah Here is what was left over from Echoes From The Nile last year. Where did I end? Oh, yes, the Pyramids at Giza! For the common Egyptian, it seems the world ends at the territorial boundaries of their country. They don’t bother to know about other countries in the world. They appear to ...Full Article

Popes, Condoms And AIDS

By R. John Kinkel* It is not surprising that the international press castigates religious leaders for being largely silent regarding the AIDS pandemic. True, a few ...Full Article

Retiring Gracefully

By Martin Jumbam    Some of us, who studied at the University of Yaoundé in the seventies, had the fortune to have sat at the feet of ...Full Article

Biya Completes Annexation Of Southern Cameroons

Open Letter To University Of Buea Students’ Union

By Matthew Ignatius O* I had complained officially to the University Administration twice in my first and second years in the University of Buea about UBSU. ...Full Article

Paul Biya And 2010

By Tazoacha Asonganyi, Yaounde Paul Biya delivered his 28th consecutive New Year Speech to the nation on 31 December 2009. Although it sounded just like the ...Full Article

Biya’s Skewed Version Of The Historical Foundation Of Cameroon

By Clovis Atatah President Paul Biya’s address to the nation on December 31, 2009 highlighted the alarming propensity of Cameroon’s authorities to view the history of ...Full Article

Wrong Direction

Wrong Direction

No Excuse For Cameroon

By Fiona McAlpine   An awards ceremony was held in Monrovia last week for UN workers in Liberia, honouring the contributions of uniformed and civilian personnel ...Full Article

What Do You Know About Climate Change?

Compiled by Elvis Tah, Lydie Yuri, Edith Wirdze, Francis Tim Mbom & Leocadia Bongben Climate Change Is Global Concern Climate change is a global concern, the ...Full Article
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