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Cameroon: Renewed Anglophone Fighting Displaces Hundreds of Civilians

By Moki Edwin Kindzeka Cameroon’s restive English-speaking areas are emptying out after renewed army raids on separatist strongholds left no less than 30 other people lifeless in two days. The renewed fighting comes slightly every week after President Paul Biya, …

Rwanda: Primary Leaving Exams End With Minor Cases of Malpractice

By Jean d’Amour Mbonyinshuti and Regis Umurengezi Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE), which ended the day past, had been carried out easily in spite of some minor instances of malpractice, officials mentioned the day past. Rwanda Investigations Bureau (RIB) mentioned it …

Rwanda: Alibaba, Rwanda Launch Electronic Trade Platform

By Ivan R. Mugisha Alibaba founder Jack Ma signed 3 agreements with the Rwandan government to create an internet platform for exporters to China, in addition to facilitate tourism and e-commerce. Under the 3 agreements, Alibaba will paintings with the …

Congo-Kinshasa: Torture of Activists Routine in Congo

press release The army, police, and intelligence services and products within the Democratic Republic of Congo have automatically tortured political and rights activists, including by way of gang rape, choking and electrical surprise, consistent with an exhaustive new file. In …

Cameroon: Biya Needs to Devise a Monumental Shift If The Country is to Turn the Corner

research By Julius A. Amin Cameroon’s Constitutional Council has declared Paul Biya the winner of the October 7 presidential election. Even although observers from organisations such because the African Union pointed to serious irregularities, the results had been affirmed – …

Cameroon: journalist moved to ‘dread’ New Bell jail

By Ndi Eugene Ndi Cameroonian government have moved Ms Mimi Mefo, the journalist at privately-owned Equinoxe tv and radio, to the dread New Bell jail within the industrial capital Douala, her employer showed. The Equinoxe TV introduced Thursday morning that …

Rwanda: Prosecutors Seek 22-Year Jail Term for Rwigaras

By Edmund Kagire Rwanda prosecutors on Wednesday asked the High Court in Kigali handy each Diane Shima Rwigara and her mom Adeline Mukangemana 22-year jail sentences for, amongst different fees, inciting revolt. The trial resumed a month after the 2 …

Cameroon: Kidnapped Students Freed in Cameroon

Students abducted from a boarding faculty in Cameroon’s North-West area had been freed, officials have mentioned. The 79 scholars and 3 others had been seized early on Sunday within the area’s capital, Bamenda. The faculty’s primary, the driving force, and …

Cameroon: Analysts See a Bleak Future for Cameroon

research By Cristina Krippahl Any hopes that oppression of the opposition in Cameroon can be eased after the swearing-in of President Paul Biya on Tuesday had been dashed with the arrest of opposition chief Maurice Kamto. The arrest used to …

Cameroon: Biya Sworn In, Challenger Arrested – Report

Photo: camer.be Paul Biya (most sensible left) Maurice Kamto (most sensible proper). By Michael Tantoh President Paul Biya of Cameroon has been sworn into serve his 7th consecutive term as the top of state. This comes after he was once …