When corruption becomes too widespread and totally out of control, the idea of going into the election with an anti-corruption manifesto is just senseless.
Sectarian violence is escalating in Cameroon, where an aspiring priest has been shot dead by soldiers in front of his church and the archbishop is demanding an end to the violence. Adrian Kriesch reports from Bamenda.
As Cameroon-watchers await the official results of this month’s elections amid court challenges, the outcome is highly predictable—victories for the ruling Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM) and for the long-serving incumbent president, eighty-five-year-old Paul Biya.
Cameroon’s Constitutional court has rejected 18 petitions calling for a repeat of the 7 October presidential election which opposition parties said was marred by fraud.
Cameroon’s Constitutional Council on Friday rejected the last of 18 petitions calling for a re-run of an Oct. 7 election that the opposition said was marred by fraud, paving the way for results expected to extend President Paul Biya’s 36-year rule.
Cameroon’s opposition candidate, Joshua Osih of the Social Democratic Front (SDF) has described the October 7 election as ‘apartheid’, arguing that the Anglophone people in the North West and South West regions did not vote.
Last year, Larissa Waters, an Australian politician, became the first woman to breastfeed her baby in the national senate. Her story made headlines and reignited a controversial debate about breastfeeding in public.
A MUM has revealed how she’s been accused of being a man-stealer – because she breastfeeds her two-year-old in public.
Three Essex mums share their tips and experience on breastfeeding in public spaces.
Social media posts campaigning for acceptance of public breastfeeding have always confused me. Isn’t it completely acceptable now – even encouraged?