I am Ngala Hansel Wenda,a Cameroonian journalist based in South Africa. I have covered health,religion and politics and currently work as a freelance reporter for the American Media Institute (AMI) based in Virginia,USA. Prior to that, I was a staff writer for the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services. My duties included among other things; being staff photographer, conducting interviews, presenting radio programs and acting as one of four associate editors for the organization's publications.
I have also worked as a correspondent of "The Guardian Post" ; Cameroon's leading English language paper, "Cameroon Journal" and "The Standard Tribune".
My journalism focuses on politics, human rights, religion and health, but I cover any topic of interest -as any journalist should.
By Hans Ngala Cameroon's President Paul Biya made no mention of an American missionary killed in his country during a key address to his nation. The murder of Indiana native Charles.
by Hans Ngala The escalation of civil conflict in one of the United States' key African allies in the war on terror is drawing the concern of the Congress. The.
Principals of Government Bilingual Secondary and High Schools in the Littoral Region have complained that the Anglophone crisis in the Northwest and Southwest regions affected both their schools and their work according to a report in one of the country's leading English-language newspapers, The Post.
By Ngala Hans Former international soccer star Samuel Eto'o has become a political football in his native Cameroon. A Cameroonian government official has suggested that the former F.C. Barcelona standout.
By Hans Ngala Accra, Ghana. The fifth edition of the [...]
By Hans Ngala There have been several deaths and casualties [...]