• AFCON 2019: Mali thrash Mauritania, Angola and Tunisia draw, Ivory Coast off to winning start

    AFCON 2019: Mali thrash Mauritania, Angola and Tunisia draw, Ivory Coast off to winning start

    Mali produced three stunning goals as they thumped Africa Cup of Nations debutants Mauritania 4-1 on Monday, handing their neighbours a harsh lesson in their first ever match at the finals. Abdoulaye Diaby blasted Mali in front and Moussa Marega converted a penalty to put them 2-0 ahead by halftime. Adama Traore added a third before substituted […]

  • Nigerian widow opens her doors to Southern  Cameroonian refugees

    Nigerian widow opens her doors to Southern Cameroonian refugees

    When the insecurity in Cameroon’s restive western region forced Susan Agbo to leave her home, she did not know what lay ahead. All she knew was that she needed to get her eight grandchildren to a safer place. She found that safer place in Nigeria. “When I came to Nigeria, I had no place to […]

  • Placating International Community: Biya regime to prosecute 7 soldiers over ‘atrocity’ video

    Placating International Community: Biya regime to prosecute 7 soldiers over ‘atrocity’ video

    Cameroon’s defence ministry said Monday it would prosecute seven soldiers suspected of summarily killing two women and their two children, a video of which was distributed on the internet to widespread outrage. “Seven soldiers arrested on suspicion of extrajudicial executions in the Far North region will be brought before a military court in Yaounde… where […]

  • Whiles Biya, Others sit-tight: Niger, Mauritania, Tunisia presidents bowing out

    Whiles Biya, Others sit-tight: Niger, Mauritania, Tunisia presidents bowing out

    About a half dozen African leaders have secured their long-term political futures after tweaking their respective constitutions to allow them remain viable to engage in elective politics. In the north, Egypt’s Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi, down the Sahara Chad’s Idris Deby Itno, on the West African coast Togo’s Faure Gnassingbe. Cameroon’s Paul Biya shows no signs […]

  • Biya in Europe amid strife in Cameroon

    Biya in Europe amid strife in Cameroon

    President Paul Biya left Cameroon on Sunday for “a brief stay” in Europe amidst growing global indignation over human rights abuses in the country. The crisis in the English speaking western part of the country is causing outrage from the United Nations to the sports fields and movie theatres as social influencers also demand intervention. […]

Cameroon Concord News tells CRTV's Charles Ebune that Boris Johnson sees himself as the next UK Prime Minister

Prof. Titus Edzoa, leader of the progressive wing of the ruling CPDM

Prof. Titus Edzoa, leader of the progressive wing of the ruling CPDM: vol. 2

Peter Essoka and Charles Ebune on Globewatch

Charles Ebune and P Square

Cameroon Concord News Group Chairman tells CRTV's Charles Ebune that UK will remain in the EU