Category: News

Cameroon health ministry orders health facilities to liberate all patients incapable of paying bills

In a letter addressed to heads of public health facilities in Cameroon, on March 14 Dr. Malachie Manaouda instructed that patients should no longer be kept against their will in…

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Thomas Awah on Forbes’ list of 10 Most Urgent, Endangered Journalists

In Forbes Magazine’s inaugural 10 Most Urgent list which highlights some of the world’s journalists currently most endangered, Afrik 2 Radio’s Northwest Correspondant and publisher of the monthly Aghem Messenger magazine,…

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Human Rights Watch alarmed by rights violation in Cameroon

Human Rights Watch has urged the United Nations Human Rights Council to take all necessary steps to end human rights violations and impunity in Cameroon. “While the Council has several…

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About Africa Today

Macron in Kenya French President Emmanuel Macron is expected to address the press with his host Uhuru Kenyatta in Kenya today. The Presidency says President Macron’s visit provides an opportunity…

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Ex-Botswana President Ian Khama worried about legacy and country

Botswana’s former president, Ian Khama, has vowed not to rest until stability in his country is restored, according to local media houses in the Southern African country. Former Botswana President…

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African Union Family Hit by the Ethiopian Airlines Plane Crash

The African Union says names of friends, colleagues, and loved ones were confirmed among the 157 souls who perished on Ethiopian Airlines ET302, that tragically crashed shortly after takeoff from…

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Cameroon women’s activist wins first Simone Veil Prize worth 65 million FCFA

A Cameroonian Women’s activist, Aissa Doumara Ngatansou, has been awarded the inaugural Simone Veil Prize of the French Republic for her organization, l’Association de lutte contre les violences faites aux…

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Buea Diocese shuts down St. Joseph’s College, Sasse

Cameroon’s oldest college, St. Joseph College, Sasse has added to the list of schools that have been shutdown in the restive NW and SW regions of Cameroon admits increasing security…

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Operation Total Impact recognizes student-inmates at the Buea central prison, School

On January 11, 2019, Operation Total Impact (OTI) an organization with a mandate of controlling and mitigating crimes and restoring peace in Africa organized an award giving ceremony at the…

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Could Dion Ngute be the Abiy Ahmed of Cameroon if given the chance?

In 1961, Southern Cameroons joined Cameroon through a referendum, but pro-independence groups; fighting for separation argue that UN resolution 1608 that defined the unification plan was not accurate. Until about…

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