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Men’s Rights

By Fiona McAlpine* We see many campaigns and articles rightly arguing for women’s rights, and for better and broader understanding of the issues confronting women. But rarely do we hear of men’s rights, which are another valuable and important aspect for any society grappling with a changing world. Men, like women, have issues confronting them that are gendered, things ...Full Article

Violence On Women is Still Rampant

Violence On Women is Still RampantFull Article

Modern Intellectual Slavery: Cameroon’s Version

By Joseph M. Ndifor For the most part, Cameroonians with college degrees like to consider themselves as "intellectuals." "I’m an intellectual" -often said to convey some sort of erudition-is ...Full Article

Mr. G.M, Why Is CRTV Buea Abandoned?

By Mola Tennyson Ekema Luma C.R.T.V Buea that used to be known as Radio Cameroon is one of the oldest Radio Stations in the country, when Buea used to ...Full Article

Police stoping a taxi

Police stoping a taxiFull Article

The Dipoko I Knew

By Francis Wache In 1990, the maiden edition of Cameroon Life carried an interview with Anglophone Cameroon’s foremost novelist, Mbella Sonne Dipoko. It was a scintillating interview. I asked ...Full Article

Poem: The Gains Of Climate Change

By Emmanuel Sama Liyong The Gains Of Climate Change All was farm and hunt and honey Consistently, in this native range. We were simple and low on money Still, ...Full Article

Politics And Freedom Of Choice

By Tazoacha Asonganyi All politics is about power: the power to shape society to fit individual views; the power to create or deny equal opportunity; the power to facilitate ...Full Article

Poem: Sleep Well Mbella Sonne Dipoko

By Dante Besong As the sun rises from the east, shining bright on all, So does it set in the west, bringing dusk to the land Mount Fako is ...Full Article

A Step Forward For Africa’s Children

By George Armah* & Ousmane Ndiaye* Far too many African parents are familiar with the hardships and sadness caused by diarrhoeal disease. Rotavirus, the most common cause of severe ...Full Article
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