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Dibussi Tande

Dibussi Tande is a leading Cameroonian blogger who publishes the award-winning blog, “Scribbles from the Den” [www.dibussi.com]. A former Associate Editor of Cameroon Life Magazine and Cameroon Today, he has contributed to a variety of print and online publications such as the BBC's Focus on Africa magazine, Rhodes Journalism Review, and Pambazuka News. He has given numerous conference presentations on the use of social media for political activism and social advocacy in Africa. He has published two poetry collections and a book on politics and collective memory in Cameroon.

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Latest posts by Dibussi Tande

A ‘Stressful’ Taxicab System in Cameroon

  29 April 2014

Ghanaian blogger Kuukuwa writes about her experience with the taxicab system in Cameroon: There are no taxi stations, so taxi drivers move around town all day looking for passengers. And, mind you, this is a shared taxi system. Depot (“dropping” in Ghanaian English), where one person hires a taxi isn’t...

Cameroon Demolishes 3,000 Houses and Render 15,000 Homeless

  3 April 2014

Blogger Mathias Mouendé Ngamo gives an eye-witness account [fr] of the demolition of about 3,000 houses in the Nkomba neighborhood in the city of Douala in Cameroon. It is estimated that over 15,000 squatters live in this squatter camp established on land owned by the Industrial Zones Development and Management...

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