The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
President Paul Biya's party has retained an absolute majority in Cameroon's parliament, the constitutional council has announced after the controversial February 9 vote.
The release of nearly 300 people arrested in connection with Cameroon's anglophone crisis has been delayed by red tape, state radio said Friday, a day after they were pardoned by President Paul Biya.
A Cameroon journalist has been charged with justifying terrorism, says his lawyer, one of at least six reporters detained since a disputed presidential election on October 7.
At least 79 school pupils abducted by gunmen this week in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon have been freed, the country's communications minister says.
Police in Cameroon arrested 19 supporters of opposition leader Maurice Kamto, who disputes the results of October presidential elections, at protests against President Paul Biya, local authorities and witnesses say.
A Cameroon court has sentenced former opposition presidential candidate and anti-corruption campaigner Akere Muna to a three-year suspended sentence on forgery charges.
President Paul Biya's credibility and legitimacy are increasingly being tarnished, amid growing support for opposition candidates, writes The Conversation.
Polls have closed in Cameroon and vote counting has started in an election that will likely see Africa's oldest leader win another term.
Buea's regional hospital looks like any other in Cameroon, with its long whitewashed corridors and smartly dressed doctors and nurses.
President Paul Biya, the 85-year-old Cameroonian leader who will seek a seventh term on Sunday, has developed an effective system to stay in power despite long overseas absences.
A prominent lawyer close to detained Cameroon opposition leader Maurice Kamto has been charged with rebellion, her lawyer says, after the country shrugged off international concern over a wave of arrests targeting government critics.
Ordinary people are being deeply affected by the continued violence tearing apart Cameroon, writes The Conversation.
On 6 November, Paul Biya was inaugurated for the seventh time. The 85-year-old has already been in power for the last 36 years and will now serve another seven-year term. Read more...
Cameroon's 85-year-old President Paul Biya has been sworn in for a seventh term after disputed elections and amid mounting unrest in an English-speaking region.
The European Union has urged Cameroon's president elect, veteran strongman Paul Biya, to unite his country and overcome its troubles following elections.
Cameroon's interior minister Paul Atanga Nji has warned that "scoring a goal" is not "winning the match"" after an opposition leader used a football metaphor to claim victory in presidential polls.
President Paul Biya, the 85-year-old Cameroonian leader seeking a seventh term, has developed an effective system to stay in power despite long overseas absences.
Rudulf Arrey has ventured out for a campaign rally the other day in Cameroon, knowing the simple act of civic curiosity could kill him.
An opposition contender who will seek election in Cameroon's impending presidential polls has alleged that a "massive fraud" is underway to ensure the sitting president wins a seventh term.
A tourist is luck to be alive after a second elephant attack in Zimbabwe, and US First Lady Melania Trump has arrived in Ghana on the first leg of her maiden Africa tour.
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