Is There More to Cameroon's Protest?
Some analysts emphasize that the revolt in the English-speaking parts of the country is symptomatic of a larger problem of governance and a state characterized by corruption and inertia writes Liesl Louw-Vaudran of Institute for Security Studies
Cameroon: Life in No-Internet Cameroon
This is Africa, 1 March 2017
The English-speaking regions of Cameroon have been facing a government-ordered Internet shutdown since 17 January. This shutdown was imposed in the wake of ongoing strikes,… Read more »
ISS, 23 February 2017
For three activists from western Cameroon who joined a call for the recognition of their linguistic preferences, last week didn't bring any good news. The lawyer, teacher and… Read more »
The business community is a huge loser as a result of government's suspension of services to the English-speaking parts of the country since January 18, 2017, as a response to a ... Read more »