• Interpol rescues 157 child slaves in Benin, Nigeria

    Interpol rescues 157 child slaves in Benin, Nigeria

    Up to 216 human trafficking victims have been rescued from forced labour and prostitution in a major operation in Benin and Nigeria, Interpol said on Wednesday. Operation Epervier II involved 100 police officers across the two countries who rescued 157 child slaves, said the global police organisation, which coordinated the raids in early April. Many […]

  • 10 African strongmen deposed since 2011

    10 African strongmen deposed since 2011

    Africa has a long history of strongmen who have spent decades in power. But since the 2011 Arab Spring, no less than 10 of them have been toppled, with two – Algeria’s Abdelaziz Bouteflika and Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir – forced out in April. January 2011: Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution and the fall of Zine al-Abidine Ben […]

  • Yaounde accuses European Union of interference in its domestic affairs, expresses “indignation”

    Yaounde accuses European Union of interference in its domestic affairs, expresses “indignation”

    Cameroon’s Minister of Communication Emmanuel Rene Sadi has expressed “indignation” over what he described as the European Union’s interference in Cameroon’s internal affairs. “Cameroonian internal issues can and should be resolved in Cameroon, by Cameroonians themselves, and the leaders they have freely chosen,” Sadi told a late-night press conference on Monday. “In any case, the […]

  • Southern Cameroons Crisis: Ambazonian diplomacy is hurting Yaounde

    Southern Cameroons Crisis: Ambazonian diplomacy is hurting Yaounde

    Two years ago, nobody would have thought that the Yaounde crime syndicate that passes off as a government would ever yield to any pressure. The support it was enjoying from France gave it the impression that all would be well at the international level and that Southern Cameroonians would never turn the table on a […]

  • Algerian police arrest businessmen close to Bouteflika’s inner circle

    Algerian police arrest businessmen close to Bouteflika’s inner circle

    Five Algerian billionaires appeared in court on Monday to face charges from the general prosecutor following their arrest as part of an anti-graft investigation, Ennahar TV said on Monday. The five Algerian businessmen are Issad Rebrab, considered the richest businessman in the energy-rich north African nation, and four brothers from the Kouninef family said to be close […]

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