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Are Men Better Cooks Than Women?

By Yvonne Sevidzem & Patience Fai* Despite all the sweet pep talk about gender balance and all that, the typical African man is still very likely to insist on having all his meals prepared by a woman, preferably his wife or mistress. In some parts of the Northwest Region of Cameroon it is rare to see a man doing ...Full Article

Two Serious Bananas Diseases Emerging

By Okolle N. Justin* Bananas and plantains are two important food crops to many people in the world as well as a staple to many in the Sub-Saharan region ...Full Article

JOPASIT Passes Out 2nd Batch

By Yvonne Sevidzem & Nadine Atem* The John Paul II Institute of Theology, JOPASIT, Saturday, October 3 passed out its second batch of graduates at the Charles Lwanga Catholic ...Full Article

The Plight Of The ‘Donkey’ In The House

By Patience Fai & Rita Fru* Some of them had dreamt of becoming great musicians or reputable journalists. But most of them, whose parents could not fend for them ...Full Article

CBC Blames Bosses For Poor Attendance

By Jeff Ngawe Yufenyu   The Cameroon Baptist Convention, CBC, has blamed some heads her institutions in Bamenda for the poor attendance of their workers during church meetings.   ...Full Article

*Freedom of Expression Versus Cultural Sensitivity (Restraint, Respect and Revolt)

By Mwalimu George Ngwane* It could have been possible to title this panel session "Culture and Democracy" or "Culture and Human Rights" seeing the organic link between our desire ...Full Article

Regions: Reality Or Farce?

By Joseph Kongo, Molua Njie & Victorine Ongbehok* The question of decentralization and regionalism has been the centre of attention in the public sphere and amongst various stakeholders in ...Full Article

Premarital Sex As Prelude To Adultery

By Elizabeth Enanga Mokake*   Nowadays many youths indulge in premarital sex without considering the dangers inherent in the act. Some say that having sex proves their manhood or ...Full Article

Evangelist Preaches Redemption In Pop

By Azore Opio Evangelist Agatha Yebi was born in 1972 in Small Soppo, Buea on the foggy mountain slopes of Mt. Fako. Unlike some of the world’s best music ...Full Article

Meet UB Male Student Who Pays Fees From Hairdressing

By Anna Ngoran Labiv* Edmund Ewang Ndikum is 24 years old. He is a Level 400 Economics student at the University of Buea, UB. Whenever he is free from ...Full Article
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