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Bamenda: Thieves Terrorize Ntamulung Neigbourhood

Bamenda: Thieves Terrorize Ntamulung Neigbourhood

Thieves over night, breaking Sunday morning May 26, attacked several homes at the Ntamulung neighbourhood, unsuccessfully breaking into any. Some residents of the area between Wakiki Junction and the Saint Gabriel Mission Station in Ntamulung told Bamenda Online that the thieves who were speaking in French language launched their attack around 2:20 am, knocking at […]

Asso-prize 2018: An Interview with Françoise Huppertz, founder of El Calidoscopio

Asso-prize 2018: An Interview with Françoise Huppertz, founder of El Calidoscopio

El Calidoscopio, the winning association of the Asso-prize 2018 is based in Mexico. Last year, they made us discover the book “HispanoAmérica: Vision contemporanea”, by Cameroonian co-authors Ebenezer Billé and Georges Moukouti Ongédou. The book was awarded in the Research category of the 2017 edition of the Grand Prix of Literary Associations. It is also […]

BCC: Jude Waindim Bows Out To Anuafor Cletus

BCC: Jude Waindim Bows Out To Anuafor Cletus

BA presidential decree signed Friday May 24, 2019 has appointed new secretary generals to the country’s 14 city councils. Anuafor Cletus Asongwe steps in for Jude Waindim Nsom, as the Secretary general to the Bamenda City Council (BCC) Jude Waindim has held the position since July 2015. Before his appointment he was the Public Relations […]

PWD, Yosa Handed Tough 1/16 Final Opponents

PWD, Yosa Handed Tough 1/16 Final Opponents

PPWD of Bamenda, Yong Sport Academy and Foncha Street FC, the three remaining teams from the Northwest Region in the Cup of Cameroon (CC) now know the obstacles they need to overcome to reach the 8th finals following the draws conducted in Yaoundé today. Yong Sport Academy picked arguably the toughest opponent in the draw […]

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks? (part II)

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks? (part II)

Crisis Group’s Senior Analyst for Central Africa Hans De Marie Heungoup talks about how Cameroonian and international actors can play to break the deadlock and encourage the two sides to make concessions. CRISISGROUP I.Introduction The crisis in the Anglophone regions (Northwest and Southwest) of Cameroon that began in October 2016 with protests by teachers and […]

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks?

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks?

After twenty months of clashes, the government and the separatists are both refusing to give ground. Both sides must explore compromise solutions aimed at a level of regional autonomy somewhere between the secession the separatists yearn for and the fake decentralisation proposed by Yaoundé. What’s new? The conflict in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon is deadlocked. […]

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