The World Must Not Sleep-Walk Into Another Debt Crisis-Commonwealth Secretary-General

By Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General Trade wars, protectionism, and nationalist rhetoric are combining to weave the possibility of a nightmare debt crisis that could be worse than any previously experienced. […]

Commonwealth Finance Ministers To Discuss Prevention Of Future Debt Crises

By Andrew Nsoseka Finance ministers of Commonwealth countries will meet in Washington D.C., beginning on 17 October 2019 to discuss coordinated interventions to prevent future debt crises. The meeting to […]

2019 U-17 FIFA World: Etienne Eto’o, Other Foreign-based Players Snubbed

By Ekema Njoku M. Real Mallorca sensation, Etienne Eto’o, and five other Cameroonians plying their trade in Europe and other foreign countries will not take part in the 2019 U-17 […]

Fresh Attack On CDC Leaves Six Injured, Four Abducted

By Andrew Nsoseka Armed fighters have again attacked workers of the Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC, abducting four workers and injuring six others during the surprise attack. In a statement issued […]

Drivers Of Violent Extremism In Cameroon

By Akem Kelvin Nkwain Extremism can be referred to as the adoption of a particular ideology with the intention to use violence to remove the state or ruling structure and […]

The October 1 Celebrations In NW & SW, Drowned By National Dialogue

The controversial October 1 celebrations in the Northwest and Southwest Regions dubbed Independence Day of former Southern Cameroons; were this year, drowned by the euphoria of the Major National Dialogue. […]

This National Dialogue Should Be Prelude To Real Dialogue-SWECSON

Southwest Civil Society Organisations Network, SWECSON, has, in a press release, congratulated President Paul Biya for convening a National Dialogue, but urged that the said dialogue should just be a […]

10 Anglophone Detainees Held Back Despite Presidential Clemency

Kondengui Central Prison administrators are allegedly holding back some 10 Anglophone detainees, who were recently granted pardon by President Paul Biya. The concerned Kondengui inmates were arrested for misdemeanours in […]

Cheated ENAM Common-Law Candidates Threaten To Protest

Common-Law candidates who wrote the entrance exam into the National School of Administration and Magistracy (ENAM), and were sidelined in the special intake of 119 candidates ordered by the Presidency […]