César Augusto Mba Abogo, former Minister for Finance, Economy and Planning of Equatorial Guinea, speaks out In his first international interview since leaving office in October.
Development of the Minim Martap bauxite mine will benefit Cameroon in a number of ways, including through job creation, generating export revenues and infrastructural development. Neil Ford reports
To counter the economic downturn caused by Covid-19, the government of Cameroon has announced measures to get the economy back on its feet. Neil Ford reports
Cameroon has a relatively balanced economy, which grew by a healthy 4.2% in 2019. However, more needs to be done to turn the country into …
It is all too easy to depict Cameroon’s Anglo-Francophone division as a weakness, both because of the conflict that it has engendered and the negative impact that it has had on national cohesion. Yet it has the potential to become a real strength
Although Cameroon is only the 25th biggest country in Africa, its extraordinary diversity of landscape, fauna, flora, cultures and peoples makes it seem like Africa in miniature.