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ICT regulations and policies in Cameroon

Introduction Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) or New Information and Communication Technologies (NICTs) combining computer science and telecommunications, have become more widespread in the context...

Lack of Communication and Failure of the Integration Processes in Central Africa

There is a striking paradox between the ambitious nature of the integration processes in Central Africa and their persistent procrastination over decades of implementation....
Assassination of Journalist Martinez Zogo

Cameroon: Assassination of Journalist Martinez Zogo, State Security in Danger?

As of January 17, 2023, the current events in Cameroon have been marked by the assassination of journalist Martinez Zogo, host of the famous...
Urban Planning and Development

Urban Communities and City Governance in French Africa

Since the 2000s, Africa has experienced accelerated urban growth. Because of this growth, a diversity of public and private actors and institutions are involved...

Toward a Succession of Power from “Father to Son” in Central Africa?

The democratic principle of the devolution of power has a very particular destiny in Central Africa and specifically in the CEMAC zone. Indeed, this...

Decolonization: Comments from an African Postcolonial Classroom in Cameroon

Most post-independent African leaders saw the end of formal colonization as an opportunity to improve on their economies. This was of course at the...
Regional Integration in ECCAS

Regional Integration in ECCAS: Progress or Continuous Overlap?

In 1983, Heads of State from the Central African region decided to create the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) with the objective...
Cyber-Obscenity in Cameroon

Virtual Space Regulation: Tested by ‘Cyber-Obscenity’ in Cameroon

Introduction The advent of digital has been accompanied by the renewal of the modalities of debate and social practices in Africa and around the world....

Safeguarding Democratic Governance in West Africa: Why ECOWAS Should Not Back Down to Military...

Introduction The transition of many countries in West Africa to democratic rule in the early 1990s not only brought an end to several years of...

Pentecostal Pastors and Wealth: Arguing against Church Tax Exemption in Africa

Revisiting the old debate on whether or not churches should pay taxes is interesting in the face of a contemporary twist in how religious...

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Increasing access to cancer therapies: A window of hope for overcoming the disease in...

Introduction The increasing burden of cancer in Africa has become a significant public health concern, with the region experiencing a growing crisis in cancer incidence...

Matters arising from the lack of comprehensive sexuality education in Africa

Introduction Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) remains a sensitive topic in most parts of the world as parents, teachers, religious leaders, politicians and human rights defenders...

Choosing your coffin hopelessly before seeing a doctor: A policy response to mitigate the...

Introduction The tenacious sale of caskets in front of public hospitals such as the Regional Hospital Buea and Laquintinie Hospital Douala, is a call for...

Factors contributing to the failure of development projects in Cameroon

Introduction The high rate of project failures in Cameroon is a course for concern (1) ; (2), given the negative impacts on the livelihood of...

National Status of the Student – Entrepreneur in Cameroon: Impact on Youth Economic Empowerment

Introduction On 6th February 2023, Cameroon officially launched the National Status of the Student–Entrepreneur (SNEE). The program was initiated by the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) to encourage the...

ICT regulations and policies in Cameroon

Introduction Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) or New Information and Communication Technologies (NICTs) combining computer science and telecommunications, have become more widespread in the context...