Month: October 2017

Quote of the Day

"He who does not listen to others does not deserve to be listened to" - African proverb

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Cameroon: 3 Journalists Declared not Guilty by the Military Tribunal

The journalists; Rodrigue Ntongue, Baba Wame and Felix Ebole Bola have been declared not guilty and acquitted by the Military Tribunal in Yaoundé. The trial dates as far back as…

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Burundi first country to leave the International Criminal Court

Did you know that Burundi is the First Nation ever  to leave the world's only permanent war crimes tribunal, set up some 15 years ago to prosecute those behind the…

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Quote of the Day

"No matter how 'ugly' a monkey is, it is loved by its mother" - Cameroonian Proverb...

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Cameroon: Government silent on details of UN SG’s meeting with President

It is about 24 hours ever since the President of Cameroon held a meeting with the Secretary General of the UN, and citizens remain uninformed about the details of the meeting.…

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Uganda: Government to Teach Sex to 3-Year-Olds

The Ugandan government has agreed to have children as young as three years to be taught sexuality education as long as they are in the school system. The content, however,…

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Tanzania deports lawyers accused of promoting homosexuality

Tanzania has deported three South African lawyers after they were accused of promoting homosexuality. They were among 13 people arrested on 17 October for taking part in a meeting to…

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Cameroon: former Nigerian President Obasanjo says he is willing to play the role of mediator

On the panafrican newspaper Jeune Afrique, the former Nigerian Head of State Olusegun Obasanjo has discussed the crisis in the South-West and North-West regions and highlighted the dangers of the…

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Quote of the Day

"It is only after the ship has sunk, that everyone knows how she might have been saved"

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Cameroon: UN Boss to meet President over Anglophone Unrest

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said he would meet President Paul Biya of Cameroon late on Friday to discuss the troubles in the country's anglophone regions. Speaking to AFP on…

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