Cameroon: Done Properly, National Dialogue Could Stabilise Cameroon

[ISS] Cameroon’s recently announced national dialogue to solve the crisis that has engulfed its English-speaking North-West and South-West Regions, among other issues, has largely been welcomed. While some analysts see it as a political move, national stakeholders and international partners alike have emphasised the need for dialogue.

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Cameroon: Biya Orders Immediate Dialogue to Solve Cameroon’s Problems

[VOA] In a rare address to his nation, Cameroon President Paul Biya said he has ordered the country’s prime minister to engage in an inclusive dialogue to discuss problems that are tearing the central African state apart, including violence that has killed more than 2,000 people in the troubled Anglophone regions.

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Egypt: Egypt’s Powerful Football Fans and Politics – a Toxic Mix That Could Combust During Afcon

[The Conversation Africa] When the 32nd Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) opens in Cairo, Egypt, the focus will be on the games between the continent’s top football teams to see who is going to raise the cup on Friday 19 July at the end of the three-week tournament.

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