Saturday, April 20, 2019

Cameroon issues international arrest warrant for 15 Anglophone leaders

Cameroonian authorities have issued international arrest warrants for fifteen leaders of an Anglophone separatist party, the Southern Cameroon National Council (SCNC). According to a local...

Separatists blamed for killings in Cameroon

Separatists were behind the killing of two paramilitary police officers in Bamenda, the main English-speaking city in Cameroon, information minister Issa Tchiroma has told...

Cameroon opposition leader jailed for 25 years

Leading rights group Amnesty International has condemned the decision of a military court in Cameroon to sentence an opposition leader to 25 years in...

Rare African Mukula Tree Threatened by Excessive Chinese Appetite for Rosewood Furniture

Increasing demand for Rosewood furniture in China is threatening the survival of Mukula tree, a rare, slow-growing hardwood tree unique to southern and central...

Congo: ‘I’m not God, I never said I will be president for life’ –...

President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, has responded to opponents who claim he wants to be president for life. He was speaking...

Congo bank helped Hezbollah-linked company avoid US sanctions, report says

One of the most prominent banks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo may have been diverting assets to enable financiers of terrorism avoid...

No DR Congo elections ‘until April 2019’

Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo cannot be held until at least April 2019, the electoral commission has said. But in a statement, the...

Teachers’ Strike in Anglophone Cameroon Nears 11-Month Mark

YAOUNDE — The teachers' strike in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions is coming up on 11 months with no end in sight, though the government...

Cameroon Police, Army Move to Block Anglophone Protests

BUEA/BAMENDA, CAMEROON —  Cameroon deployed heavily armed police and soldiers across the central African nation's restless English-speaking regions on Sunday to block protests called...

A clash of histories in Cameroon

An uprising in the English-speaking parts of Cameroon has brought to light a little-known aspect of the country’s history, one that its government has...

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BREAKING: Snakes ‘Chase’ President Away From Office

Two black snakes have been found in the office of Liberia’s President, George Weah. Igbere TV learnt that the development has forced the former African...

Nigerian Immigrant, Kelechi Madu, Wins Assembly Seat in Canada

Indeed, anything is possible if you aspire… When leaving the shores of Nigeria over two decades ago, one would doubt that the thoughts of becoming...

South Sudan offers to mediate political transition in Sudan

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has offered to help mediate a political transition in Sudan after the fall of autocratic president Omar al-Bashir to...