Google Hacking Competition’s First Black Student Winner...

During the Google Code-In competition in 2016, Google gave over $3 million reward to hackers for exposing vulnerabilities in the company’s devices and software. The contest’s winner Collins Nji is also the primary Black student to win such kind of competition. He is 17 years old from Cameroon. This is a yearly competition conducted by […]

Internet Surfing is Now a Crime in...

Internet surfing may soon become a crime in Southern Cameroon as police authorities deepen a crack down on citizens longing for internet connection. People who are in darn need of internet connection have to go to Fako and be in danger of getting caught by stalking police force. This is becoming a hide-and-seek situation between […]

$1.39M Lost on Cameroon Internet Outage

The internet blackout in Cameroon have caused for commerce to lose above $1.39 million which is now going on its fourth week. This information was disclosed by an alliance of human rights organizations that is monitoring the internet disruption. When the demonstrations of the teachers and lawyers became uncontrollable, the government of Cameroon in January […]

Reactions Confounded as Fru Ndi Calls For...

There are mixed up reactions as National Chairman John Fru Ndi requested for an emergency conference of the members of the National Executive Committee of the SDF (Social Democratic Front) on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at his residence in Bamenda. The meeting will begin at 9:00 in the morning. The agenda has not been disclosed […]

Internet Blockage in Cameroon – Mainly Buea...

Reports by BBC Africa News reveal that manifold reports claim that there is an ongoing internet blockage in Cameroon especially in the agitated English-speaking regions of Buea and Bamenda. The US-based internet content delivery company, Akamai Technologies Inc., stated in a tweet that there was a notable disruption of internet interchange at 11:45 p.m. EAT […]

Spreading False News via Social Media Punishable...

False news being spread via social media is said to be punishable by law in Cameroon. In several regions of Cameroon, MTN users received notification from the Ministry of Post and Telecommunication (MINPOSTEL). The notification via SMS stipulated that publishing and spreading of false news is punishable by the law and penal code. Use of […]

United Nation’s Human Rights Commissioner and Secretary...

Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, United Nations Human Rights Commissioner and Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary General have received a letter revealing the complaints of the Anglophone minority people in the Republic of Cameroon. Signatories to the petition are Dr. Fontem A. Neba, the Secretary General of National Union of Higher Education Teachers – SYNES-UB Chapter; […]

Uprising in Cameroon: Bishops Recommend Alternate Presidency

Bishops of Cameroon’s English-speaking areas have recommended going back to federalism in order for the presidency of the country be alternated between Francophone and Anglophone. The communication comes after the recurring failure of conciliations between the unions of English teachers and the government, revealed by the BBC French service. In a letter on the remonstration […]

Cameroon-Brazil Undersea Cable Deals with Data Demand

Increasing demand for data connectivity in South American and African continents will soon be addressed via a 6,000 km generation submarine cable that will connect Cameroon and Brazil. Nexans has been awarded by Huawei Marine Networks with a contract to provide the second phase of Huawei’s National Broadband Network (NBNII). The cable system is going […]