Category Archives: Cameroon


Last Kings of Africa

Alfred Weidinger search for the last surviving monarchs of Africa's grandest kingdoms, from Nigeria to Ghana, Zambia to Cameroon — and from the Ivory Coast to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Even today there are close to 200 tribal kings in Africa, vestiges of a former age – their ancient traditions preserved, their wisdom … Continue Reading ››


Douala, Cameroon
About doual'art is a non profit cultural organisation and art centre founded in 1991 in DoualaCameroon. Its aim is to support the contemporary production of art in Cameroon with exhibitions, workshops, and seminars, and to use a participatory approach in furthering the development of cultural identity and aesthetic consciousness … Continue Reading ››

Maternity in Cameroon

Photo essay by photographer Gabriele Galimberti. Galimberti's essay discusses the conditions mothers, children and health workers face in Cameroon. For the full essay check it out here.
Cameroon has an extremely high infant and child mortality rate: almost one out of eight children dies before reaching the fifth year of life. Children die for … Continue Reading ››

A dose of some music inspiration….

No this is not a new series but sometimes we like to pepper in some music videos here and there. Catch some of these recent videos from musicians in Africa.  Most recent of 2012 - The Plastics - indie band from Cape Town, Esau Mwamwaya  and London DJ Radioclit who make up - … Continue Reading ››