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Communication: Everybody’s Trade

By Tazoacha Asonganyi Before all of us became communicators with the advent of the social networking imposed by new information and communication technologies, democrats and dictators alike had seen the handwriting on the wall. They had hurried to change their schools of journalism into schools of communication, and their Ministries of Information into Ministries of Communication. Communication, as famously ...Full Article

What Can Be Done to Get Camwater Deliver Effective Services To The Community?

Compiled by Elvis Tah, Lydie Yuri, Franca Sulem (UYI student on internship) CAMWATER should create more distribution centres. This will not only supply water in more neighbourhoods, but also ...Full Article

Northwest Region Ethnic Conflicts; Products Of Calculated Evil

By Kenneth Ngu Foncha (Actor for Change) The Northwest Region has of recent become a theatre of ethnic conflicts. It will be wrong to attribute these conflicts to age-old ...Full Article

The Civil Society: Apolitical Or Neutral?

By Wilfred TASSANG Dear CSO Leaders, How many of your organisations have more than the ‘recipice de depot ‘as legal document? How much would you like to say and ...Full Article

Crude Nationalism: The Case Of Ivory Coast, Cuba, Zimbabwe

By Joseph M. Ndifor Thank goodness. In as little as five weeks, two formidable North African autocrats have left office, felled by street protests in their respective countries. Like ...Full Article

The Controversy About Condom Usage

By Takong Mainyu, Bamenda The visit of the Holy Father, His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI to Cameroon in March 2009 has entered the annals of history. It was an ...Full Article

How Should The 25000 Jobs Be Distributed?

Compiled By Elvis Tah, Francis Tim Mbom & Melvis Lu-uh Kimbi (ASMAC Student Journalist) The idea of launching recruitment of 25.000 youth into Public Service by government is a ...Full Article

Someone Robs Cardinal Tumi Of Retirement Peace

By Martin Jumbam If there is one person in this country who had thought he would find peace of mind during his retirement to carefully work on his writings, ...Full Article

The Inexorable Drift Towards A North Korean State

The Inexorable Drift Towards A North Korean State By Samba Tata As a product of Reunification in the 60s, we heard of a Colonel Semengue as head of the ...Full Article

The SDF Chairman Eats ‘Soya’ In The Adamawa

By Martin Jumbam The Social Democratic Front Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi, has been on a nation-wide tour to, among other things, urge Cameroonians in the hinterlands to join ...Full Article
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