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Yaoundé Results to Intimidation of Anglophones As Solution To Crisis

Yaoundé Results to Intimidation of Anglophones As Solution To Crisis

The government of Cameroon has launched the next phase of its campaign to kill the spirit of the Anglophone uprising, with state security agents and some government departments proceeding to intimidation of the population through various means and the arrest of anyone suspected of talking about the strike. Journalists in Bamenda in particular have been […]

Journalists’ Union Condemns Peter Essoka And NCC

Journalists’ Union Condemns Peter Essoka And NCC

The Cameroon National Journalists’ Union known by its French acronym as SNJC has issued a strongly worded statement calling on its members (mostly French speaking journalists) to give a fair and equitable room to all opinions express by Cameroonians on the Anglophone crisis, federalism and secession. Below is the translated version (by Bamenda Online) of […]

  An Open Letter to Peter Essoka by a Southern Cameroonian.

  An Open Letter to Peter Essoka by a Southern Cameroonian.

             Dear Sir, I just read with disdain the press release you sent out as President of the CNC threatening to shut down Newspapers & TV stations in Cameroon. What a disgrace coming from a trained veteran journalist of your caliber. How come you put your pen on a document […]

Gov’t Shuts Down Bamenda Independant Radio in the Face of an Anglophone Crisis

Gov’t Shuts Down Bamenda Independant Radio in the Face of an Anglophone Crisis

    One of Bamenda’s leading independant radio stations, Radio Hot Cocoa has been temporarily shut down by the administration of Mezam. This follows a regional order N0 001/AR/SDG/SG/DAAJ of 10th January 2017, signed by the prefect of Mezam, Songa Pierre Rene. Hot Cocoa was sealed about the hours of 4 and 4:30 pm on […]

AU Member States’ Reluctance to Transform State Broadcaster Undermines Good Governance

AU Member States’ Reluctance to Transform State Broadcaster Undermines Good Governance

  analysis Johannesburg — An eleven-country study entitled: On Air: an overview, which looks closely at the current status of broadcasting in Benin, Cameroon, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, has concluded that public broadcasting in Africa has a long way to go if it is to align with continental […]

Cameroon: Summonses and Suspensions Threaten Media Environment

Cameroon: Summonses and Suspensions Threaten Media Environment

  Reporters sans Frontières (Paris) 19 November 2013 Press release Reporters Without Borders is concerned about the growing intransigence of the National Communication Council (CNC), Cameroon's media regulator, and its president, Joseph Befe Ateba. "The CNC has taken a clearly tougher line towards journalists and media in the past two months, which is reflected in […]

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