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Research and observations have demonstrated that the media environment in Zimbabwe is controlled by a
In traditional African societies where there was no formal way of documentation, history was stored
Majority of ethnic groups in Bamenda Grasslands like the Mbum established and sustained diplomatic
The Mbum constitute one of the largest Tikar ethnic groups in Bamenda Grasslands but remain separated
This report is based on an October 23rd, 2021, webinar–what you need to know before publishing–organised
A casual observation of journalistic practices around the world reveals deep-seated abuses on journalists
This paper focuses on analyzing life in Mbum communities in the Mambilla Plateau of Taraba State1
The British administrative policy in Africa and Cameroon in particular was generally guided by selfish
Since the occurrence of the economic whammy that racked many African countries in general and Cameroon
Among the seven Divisions of the East Region of Cameroon, the Kadey has been referred to as “a
The Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) distinguishes itself not only as the pioneering evangelistic
Since 2017, English-speaking regions of Cameroon have witnessed armed conflict in its towns and villages
The recent years has witnessed a general decline in youth participation in politics all over the world.
This paper argues that colonialism bred the phenomenon of ethnic disintegration among the Mbum leading
The Book interrogates the bases of the shared identity between the two distinct peoples of the grasslands