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Corporate Governance

By Dr. Abong Peter Ngeh Issues surrounding governance assume greater importance when the results of a survey carried out by Christian Aid in 2009 are examined.  Asked which step or action was most important to eradicate poverty, "24 percent said that ending corrupt governments would eradicate poverty – a further 22 percent thought that the key to eradicating poverty ...Full Article

Cameroon-Haiti Money Saga: Doubts Persist After Minister’s Outburst

By Aloysius Agendia Almost two weeks after Cameroon’s Minister of Communication ferociously attacked Le Messager and claimed the Cameroon government had issued a cheque for Haiti following the January ...Full Article

Charles ‘Boycott’ Mbella Moki & History

By Bouddih Adams People bearing the name Charles have made history, both negatively and positively, since the beginning of time. It was a Charles, far back in history, who ...Full Article

State Burial For Ntumazah?

By Fuatabong Charles Achaleke* As an undisputable significant liberation movement, the true heroes of the UPC were Mpodol Um Nyobe, betrayed by some of its members and assassinated by ...Full Article

Cameroon Union Of Journalists March 20 Declaration

Meeting in an ordinary session in Yaounde, March 20, 2010, the Executive Committee of the Cameroon Union of Journalists examined, among others, issues relating to the freedom of the ...Full Article

Did Fako Lawyers Act Illegally?

By Ernest Sumelong Lawyers of Fako Division, Southwest Region, under the banner of FAKLA made a move in the weekend, seizing power from its incumbent President who was said ...Full Article

Book Revew: Title: Advice to Children from a Child

Title: Advice to Children from a Child Author: Nehla Nambouh Format:  Trade Paperback Perfect Bound ISBN: 978-0-615289168 Publication:  Nambouhbookstore, March 2009 Pages: 212 Price: $ 8.99 (circa FCFA 5000) ...Full Article

Vop Pop: How Do You See Security Operatives

Compiled By Yerima Kini Nsom, Olive Ejang Ngoh, Elvis Tah & Francis Tim Mbom They Don’t Have Conscience I think policemen are supposed to ensure public security. But for ...Full Article

Our Cultural Zones Of Silence

By Mwalimu George Ngwane* The National Organising Committee for the celebration of fifty years of the Independence of the then French Cameroon and the Independence/Reunification of the former Southern ...Full Article

International Women’s Day 2010

By Janet E. Garvey, U.S Ambassador to Cameroon March 8 is International Women’s Day.  This year, it also marks the 15th anniversary of the United Nations Fourth World Conference ...Full Article
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