Authorities have threatened all journalists who it says are refusing to be patriotic, after television reporter Samuel Wazizi was arrested for allegedly supporting separatist fighters. Journalists now say it is becoming impossible for them to practice their profession, as they face pressure from both separatist fighters and the government.
Journalists Threatened by Government
VOA, 14 August 2019
Cameroon has threatened all journalists who it says are refusing to be patriotic, after TV reporter Samuel Wazizi was arrested for allegedly supporting separatist fighters in… Read more »
Anglophone Journalists Fear for Their Lives
Deutsche Welle, 6 August 2019
The crisis in Cameroon's Anglophone regions has led numerous journalists in affected areas to quit their careers for their safety. Those who stay and insist on reporting on the… Read more »
Resolving Crisis in NW&SW Regions
Cameroon Tribune, 14 August 2019
From education to judiciary, heart-soothing solutions have been brought to legitimate claims put forward by teachers and lawyers of English expression. Read more »
Barometre - the Challenge of an Emergency
Cameroon Tribune, 13 August 2019
Yaounde has been hit by a sudden electricity crisis out of the normal upheavals its inhabitants have been acquainted with. Until the joint statement issued by the newly created… Read more »
Hundreds of people marched in Yaounde, the country´s capital, demanding to know the whereabouts of imprisoned relatives who were moved to unknown locations after a riot ... Read more »
Sissiku Julius Ayuktabe and others arrested in the crisis are threatening to go on hunger strike if the whereabout of one of the protest leaders, Mancho BBC, arrested during the ... Read more »
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