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13 African athletes go missing at Commonwealth Games
13 African athletes go missing at Commonwealth Games
Five more African athletes may have vanished from the Commonwealth Games, organisers said Thursday, after eight competitors from Cameroon were...
Cameroonian forces flee violence in anglophone regions
Cameroonian forces flee violence in anglophone regions
Cameroonian forces have crossed into neighbouring Nigeria, where thousands of people have fled from Cameroon's restive anglophone regions, local...
[Video]Samuel Eto’o chats to M&G
[Video]Samuel Eto’o chats to M&G
Football legend Samuel Eto’o spoke to the Mail & Guardian about the criticisms African players face when making big money moves to less stellar clubs.
Equatorial Guinea: Attempted coup hatched 'on French soil'
Equatorial Guinea: Attempted coup hatched 'on French soil'
Equatorial Guinea said Wednesday that an attempted coup against its government was organised in France, amplifying charges that an exile living in...
EU chicken dumping starves Africa
EU chicken dumping starves Africa
The European Union has a long and shameful history of abusive agricultural trade practices directed at Africa and other developing regions. Its...
Violent military crackdowns in Anglophone Cameroon are creating a refugee crisis
Violent military crackdowns in Anglophone Cameroon are creating a refugee crisis
On Monday, Paul Biya, the president of the Republic of Cameroon celebrated 35 years in...
Cameroon has lashed out at international thinktank over warning on anglophones
Cameroon has lashed out at international thinktank over warning on anglophones
Cameroon on Wednesday blasted the International Crisis Group (ICG) as an "agency of destabilisation" after the thinktank warned an armed insurgency...
Protests in Anglophone Cameroon turn deadly
Protests in Anglophone Cameroon turn deadly
Soldiers have shot and killed at least seven people and wounded others in Cameroon's English-speaking regions during protests by activists calling...
Cameroon’s controversial anti-terror law used to muzzle critical press
Cameroon’s controversial anti-terror law used to muzzle critical press
Over the last couple of years, large sections of Cameroonian media have not been kind to President Paul Biya, or his increasingly beleaguered...
Cameroon drops 'terror' case against Anglophone activists
Cameroon drops 'terror' case against Anglophone activists
President Paul Biya has issued a decree dropping terror-related charges against Anglophone civil society leaders and several supporters who were jailed amid unrest months...
The collateral damage in Africa’s anti-homosexuality laws
The collateral damage in Africa’s anti-homosexuality laws
“We know where your children go to school. We are going to rape your daughters and turn your boys into homosexuals if you don’t stop defending...
​Joël Mpah Dooh’s latest work explores the idea of collective fragility
​Joël Mpah Dooh’s latest work explores the idea of collective fragility
Cameroonian artist Joël Mpah Dooh’s new work, Since We Last Met, is a “polite” way of introducing some of the trauma he has been processing since his 

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