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2016 GCE Session – So Far, So Good – Registrar

By Bouddih Adams The Registrar of the Cameroon General Certificate of Education, GCE Board, Sir Humphrey Ekema Monono, has said that this year’s session, so far, has gone on smoothly, despite the challenges. Presenting the trend, facts and figures, to The Post over last weekend, the Registrar said the examination started on May 23 with Baccalaureat Technique and related ...Full Article

Anglophone Educationists Fire Another Epistolary Explosive At Gov’t

By Chris Mbunwe After Common Law Advocates, Anglophone Educationists and Civil Society Organisations, CSOs, have through the Cameroon Education Forum; CEF, dispatched a memo to Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, ...Full Article

Syndicate Protests Moves To Revert To One Textbook Policy

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Members of the Cameroon Book Publisher’s Syndicate, CAMBOPUBSYN, are protesting against some individuals confronting Government with a proposal to move from the current three textbooks ...Full Article

Over 15,000 Visitors Expected At Yaounde International Book Exhibition

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Some 15,000 visitors will from June 2 to 6, 2016 converge on the Yaounde International Book Exhibition, SILYA. The event would be marked by exhibitions; ...Full Article

UB Graduates 60 Medics, Others

By Yvonne Massa Ako & *Carine Kubong Ngefor The Faculty of Health Sciences, FHS, of the University of Buea, UB, has graduated some 285 health personnel. The exercise was ...Full Article

GCE Board Should Organise Public Service Exams-Teachers’Unions

By Chris Mbunwe The Presbyterian Education Authority Teacher Trade Union, PEATU, the Catholic Education Workers Trade Union, CEWOTU, and the Teachers Association of Cameroon, TAC, on April 6, issued ...Full Article

GOODLUCK’S BAD LUCK’S GOOD LUCK!!

Goodluck’s had the good luck to become Governor. He’s had the good luck to be the survivor of an incumbency that couldn’t come to term, and took it along ...Full Article

Why We Are Where We Are (II)

(In this second and last segment of Mwalimu George Ngwane’s review of Mathew Takwi’s‘Messing Manners’, he (Ngwane) continues to examinethe poet’s style and zeroes under the title of the ...Full Article

Why We Are Where We Are? (I)

By Mwalimu George Ngwane (A review of the poetry book “Messing Manners” by Mathew Takwi during the launch December 9, 2014)Right from the illustration on the coloured glossy cover ...Full Article

Book Review; Title: Messing Manners, Reviewer: Andrew T. Ngeh, PhD*

 The Anglophone Cameroonian Poet and His Commitment: Mathew Takwi’s Messing Manners “The writer is a free man, addressing free men, has only one subject… freedom.” Jean-Paul Sartre.  I agree ...Full Article
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