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· February, 2007

Stories about Cameroon from February, 2007

Cameroon: Journey Through Basaa Country

Sanaga Peregrinations posts (Fr) pictures of a recent trip through “the red land of [her] ancestors”, Basaa country in Cameroon. The photo-journey takes us through Edea, Boumnyebel, the pierced grotto...

Cameroon: youth is a state of mind

Mwalimu George Ngwane discusses youth and politics in Africa, “Language experts, psychologists and political observers would want to give the word ‘youth’ an elastic definition of. ‘Youth is a state...

Cameroon: painting the African childhood

Mshairi writes about Cameroonian artist, Florence Béal-Nénakwé: an ‘artist-painter who paints the reminiscences of the African childhood’.

Africa: reading Chinua Achebe

Enanga's Pov on reading Chinua Achebe, “One of them was Chinua Achebe’s essay, An image of Africa: Racism in Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. Never have I, on reading something, agreed...

Africa: Toko Blaze Live Video

Arkayog posts (Fr) a video of a performance by Ivoiro-Cameroonian French reggae artist Toko Blaze who — if you aren't yet confused — was born in Niger.

Cameroon: English newspaper goes online

One of the most popular English newspaper in Cameroon, Eden, has recently established its presence online, writes Dibussi Tande.

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