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Cameroon Museum Crisis, a Cause for Concern

By Michael Ndi CameroonPostline.com — A museum, to the average Cameroonian, is a building in which objects illustrating art, history, and science, among other things, are displayed but the International Council of Museum (ICOM) has a broader view of the museum. It views a museum as an institution at the service of society and of its development that acquires, ...Full Article

Douala Students Increasingly Take to Gambling

By Divine Ntaryike Jr CameroonPostline.com — A survey conducted by the Wouri chapter of the National Youth Council in Douala has revealed rising numbers of young scholars and other ...Full Article

Parking Fees, Single Motor Park Introduced in Bamenda

By Michael Ndi CameroonPostline.com – Motorists in Bamenda now have to pay for parking in the city centre, and travellers will soon have to rely on a single bus ...Full Article

Chinese Telecom Giants Making Inroads into Cameroon

By Michael Ndi   CameroonPostline — The telecommunications sector in Cameroon is increasingly becoming subdued to the influence of Chinese multinationals. Though famous for photography, construction and mechanical engineering ...Full Article

Improving Africa

By David Mehdi Hamam and Ben Idrissa Ouédraogo* The ongoing agitation in Africa triggered by the “Arab Spring” demonstrates yet again the importance of good political and economic governance ...Full Article

Cassava Is Africa

By Divine Ntaryike, Jr.   CameroonPostline.com — For several years, many African farmers ignored cassava in favor of cash crops like maize and beans. But in the face of ...Full Article

In Human Development, Africa Makes Slow Progress

By Kingsley Ighobor For some African countries, there is cheery news in the 2011 Human Development Report.* Published by the UN Development Programme (UNDP), it ranks countries according to ...Full Article

Wikileaks Cable 32: The 2007 Electoral Backward Dance

This cable was written the day after Cameroonians went to the polls to elect a new parliament and municipal counsellors in July 2007. Despite being an initial early report ...Full Article

Wikileaks Cable 31: Debt Relief No Guarantee for Dev

This unclassified cable was written in 2007, one year after Cameroon reached the completion point of the HIPC Initiative. It was written during the tenure of Ambassador Neils Marquardt ...Full Article

Wikileaks Cable 30: Sarkozy Is No Admirer of Biya

This cable was written a few days before President Biya had a chance to meet Sarkozy for the first time at the Elysée. It presents the leader as on ...Full Article
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