Stories about Cameroon from August, 2006
African Women This Month
Literature, music and blog redesigns are three of the themes in the African women's blogosphere this month. Molara Wood and Mama's Junkyard have both redesigned their blogs. Molara has chosen to stick with blogger.com but takes on a new name, Wordsbody. Mama's Junkyard ungrades to WordPress with a new colour...
Flood in Burkina Faso, Nigeria withdraws from Bakassi
Read bloggers' write about flooding in Burkina Faso, Nigeria's withdrawal from the Bakassi peninsula, an opinion about NEPAD and politics in Gambia.
Africa: Is the Battle against AIDS Lost?
Forum Realisance believes (Fr) former colonial powers and pharmaceutical companies are partially to blame for the AIDS crisis but saves harsher words for Africans and failed African leaders: ” Ignorance and illiteracy reproduce AIDS blindly without the least use for reason. Isn't it sacred and legitimate to protect oneself? Why...
Cameroon: No to French Monuments in Africa
Le Pangolin posts (Fr) an interview of Mboua Massock, a Cameroonian arrested for protesting the presence in Cameroon of monuments to French colonial personalities. Mr. Massock, who recently appeared in front of a preliminary tribunal to answer to charges of degradation of public property says: “France installed the statue of...
Death of Joseph Sankara, Drug menace in Ghana, Prof Chike Obi and Prez Election in Gambia
Burkina Faso's independence day, a Nigerian mathematician, and elections in Gambia