• President of South Sudan says ready to accept peace deal

    President of South Sudan says ready to accept peace deal

    South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir said he is ready to accept a peace deal to end a civil war and set up an inclusive new government. The deal being negotiated in Sudan would give the country five vice presidents and also covers security and power sharing. “The people of South Sudan are looking for peace […]

  • Congo-Kinshasa: Kabila mute on political future in address to lawmakers

    Congo-Kinshasa: Kabila mute on political future in address to lawmakers

    President Joseph Kabila has refused to make clear pronouncements on his political future as leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Speaking in an address to a joint sitting of the country’s legislature, Kabila whose legal tenure of office expired in December 2016 failed to address the issue of whether he was interested in […]

  • Biya regime arrests four soldiers in connection with execution of women and children

    Biya regime arrests four soldiers in connection with execution of women and children

    Cameroon has arrested four soldiers suspected of shooting dead two women and two children in the country’s far north where its army is battling jihadist group Boko Haram, two security sources told Reuters. A video of the incident, which has been shared tens of thousands of times on Twitter since it emerged last week, has […]

  • French Cameroun: Shocking video exposes extrajudicial killings

    French Cameroun: Shocking video exposes extrajudicial killings

    A video which appears to show Cameroonian soldiers executing two women, a young girl and a baby was widely circulated on social media last week. The video depicts two men in army uniforms assaulting the female detainees outside a village in northern Cameroon, telling them, “BH, you are going to die” (BH is slang for […]

  • How Boko Haram ruined Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission

    How Boko Haram ruined Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission

    The demarcation of the Cameroon-Nigeria border and the pillar construction continued to face challenges due to insecurity in areas affected by the presence of Boko Haram, the United Nations (UN) has said. This is contained in a ‘Report of the Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, on the activities of the United Nations Office for West Africa and […]

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