Paul Biya

 
Cameroon's anglophone conflict goes back 100 years
Cameroon's anglophone conflict goes back 100 years
Cameroon is plagued by near-daily clashes between security forces and anglophone separatists that can be traced back to its split between Britain...
Cameroon’s civil war will continue
Cameroon’s civil war will continue
Since January last year, the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon have slid into a conflict that would have been unimaginable a few years ago. The...
What other African protesters can learn from Sudan
What other African protesters can learn from Sudan
Exactly four months after former President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan was pushed out of power, and a few weeks after the military rulers and civilians...
Religion and conflict in Cameroon
Religion and conflict in Cameroon
uch has been written about the ongoing...
Guinea’s president eyes controversial third term
Guinea’s president eyes controversial third term
The billboard outside Guinea’s National Assembly building reads: “I am young. Yes to a referendum. Yes to a new Constitution. We support you...
Editorial: Revolutions don’t happen overnight
Editorial: Revolutions don’t happen overnight
Over the course of his three decades in power, Omar al-Bashir outsmarted and outfought his enemies at every turn. Through a combination of extreme...
Presidents for life spell danger
Presidents for life spell danger
Algeria and Sudan are engulfed by protests against leaders who have overstayed their welcome. Their stories need to be told, but we must also...
Algeria, Sudan and the danger of presidents-for-life
Algeria, Sudan and the danger of presidents-for-life
Algeria and Sudan are engulfed by protests against leaders who have overstayed their welcome. Their stories are vital and need to be told, but we...
Cameroon opposition leader charged with 'rebellion'
Cameroon opposition leader charged with 'rebellion'
Cameroon opposition leader Maurice Kamto, who says he was cheated out of the presidency in elections last year, has been charged with "rebellion"...
Courageous women work to end Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis
Courageous women work to end Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis
The October election in Cameroon, in which long-serving octogenarian President Paul Biya retained power to extend his 36-year rule by another seven...
Why losing the African Cup of Nations is a heavy blow for Cameroon
Why losing the African Cup of Nations is a heavy blow for Cameroon
The proud footballing nation of Cameroon is under the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. This follows the announcement that they have been

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