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Social Media Stimulates Nigerian Debate on Sexual Violence

In Nigeria, as in Cameroon, rape and other forms of sexual violence against women are not getting the attention in public and official discourse they deserve. In Nigeria, however, the use of social media to highlight the issue after a recent rape incident that was caught on camera is beginning to change that By Yemisi Akinbobola “Kill me, kill ...Full Article

Kenyans Use Social Media to Mobilize Support for Drought Victims

By Kingsley Ighobor Julie Gichuru is an award-winning Kenyan television journalist rated by Forbes business magazine in 2011 as one of “20 youngest powerful women in Africa.” Ms. Gichuru ...Full Article

True Confession: My Minister Uncle and His Marabout

By Jean-Marie T.* Let me start by introducing myself. I am a teacher. I was born some 37 years ago by Francophone parents, the second of five siblings. Through ...Full Article

Anglophones Mourn S. N. Tita

A certain generation of people who went to English speaking primary schools in Cameroon have S.N. Tita, who died in Limbe on December 1 aged 84, indelibly embossed in ...Full Article

Cameroon Anti-corruption Mobile App Still Awaited

By Ntaryike Divine Jr The delay may be protracting.  But undoubtedly, there is still bad news in gestation for corruption adepts in Cameroon whenever a mobile telephone application designed ...Full Article

New Gov

By Ze Ekanga At 50, this career diplomat is presented in public media as the ideal image of a youth at a strategic position of responsibility in the state ...Full Article

True Confession: Love Affair with a Beast

By Sheila* I never expected the adventurous affair between Colonel and I to get so serious until he proposed to rent me an apartment. A second year major in ...Full Article

Eric Chinje: The Long Goodbye

Ace Cameroonian newsman and media advocate Eric Chinje is leaving the World Bank after twenty years to work on Africa’s multifarious governance challenges at the Mo Ibrahim Foundation in ...Full Article


The expression “Bush-faller” is of Cameroonian coinage and denotes one who has gone to seek his/her fortune away from home, like the hunters of old used to go away ...Full Article

UB And 21st Century Fashion Gaga

By Basil K. Mbuye The 21st Century fashion has sent the young women berserk. As it is said, a university is a reflection of its society. University of Buea ...Full Article
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