• Israeli Technology Helps Fight Cholera Epidemic in Cameroon

    Israeli Technology Helps Fight Cholera Epidemic in Cameroon

    The Israeli company NUFiltration (NUF) that specializes in water purification and filtration systems is implementing its unique patent to help fight a cholera epidemic that is affecting Cameroon. The water systems will be supplied under the auspices of the Israeli Agency for International Development Cooperation (MASHAV) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel. In […]

  • Biya Francophone regime admits soldiers were arrested over execution video

    Biya Francophone regime admits soldiers were arrested over execution video

    Cameroon’s government has announced the arrest of six soldiers following a probe into a video released a few weeks ago that documented the abuse of civilians, the privately-owned Cameroon Info news site reports. It marks a U-turn from their previous denials that any arrests had been made over the video which emerged last month. The […]

  • Former Ghanaian Head of State says France, Biya Cannot Escape Blame For Southern Cameroons Atrocities

    Former Ghanaian Head of State says France, Biya Cannot Escape Blame For Southern Cameroons Atrocities

    Jerry Rawlings, Former Ghanaian Head of State and President of Ghana, has described the violence in Cameroon as a “horrible situation” and stated that France and Cameroonian leader Paul Biya cannot escape blame for the atrocities in the Anglophone half. Rawlings made the condemnation while receiving members of the TakeItBack movement led by Omoyele Sowore, […]

  • Is Donald Trump right about modern journalism?

    Is Donald Trump right about modern journalism?

    Is Donald Trump right about modern journalism? (Certainly for all the wrong reasons) They cause war? Absolutely. Division and mistrust? Can that be denied? The one thing all must understand about Donald Trump is that everything he does is based on how it affects him personally. At his rallies he still talks about the enormous […]

  • Tanzania to arrest entire village over broken water pipe

    Tanzania to arrest entire village over broken water pipe

    Tanzanian police said Thursday it planned to arrest all the residents of a village in the country’s south after water pipes were destroyed by a mob. The inhabitants of Ngolo village were accused of deliberately smashing pipes taking water to a neighboring settlement in Mbeya region. Governor Albert Chalamila had on Wednesday, “ordered that all […]

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