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Fri,22Jun2018

In Depth

CAMEROON | Cement: Ready, get set, go regional

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Cement producers are in intense competition as Cameroon becomes a growing base for companies looking to access landlocked neighbours

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ITVs: NGOs - Blessing or a curse?

ngosWinnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International and Firoze Manji, Former Africa director of Amnesty International, argue the merits of NGOs in Africa

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CAMEROON | PEOPLE TO WATCH: Young Cameroonians make their mark

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A veteran president doesn’t stop the youthful energy of Cameroon’s new faces in the worlds of music, tech, sport and even politics 

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CÔTE D’IVOIRE | PEOPLE TO WATCH | Soldiers, stars and stalwarts

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The most dynamic Francophone West African market is home to hot political divides, a febrile security situation and big money-makers

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OPINION, André Silver Konan: Simple remedies for our problems

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Photos of recent protests are circulating on social media. One of them, which went viral, suggests a complete flouting of state authority: it shows a gendarme’s cap, shed as he fled mob ­violence in M’Bahiakro on 6 March. Two days earlier, a young girl was killed in this town not far from Bouaké in central Côte d’Ivoire. It was a ritual crime commissioned by the victim’s father, and it led to a violent confrontation between protesters and the authorities.

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