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Seventy eight-year-old Cameroonian musical legend, Anne Marie Ndzie, has called on Cameroonian artists to adopt positive attitudes in the composition and presentation of their artistic works.
After a strike action by Messa Presse newspaper distributors that paralysed newspaper distribution Monday, October 20, in Yaounde, a series of meetings are underway to set a new authors' rights tax.
The Minister of Culture, Amah Tutu Muna, has withdrawn the approval that gives the Cameroon Music Corporation (CMC) the legal standing to manage authors rights.
Most artists in Cameroon are yet to know the importance of protecting rights.
Barely four months into office, the new minister for Culture Ama Tutu Muna, is fast printing indelible marks of her own on the culture in Cameroon.
An initiative to compile a list of arts and culture organisations active in the CEMAC region (Cameroon, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Rep. of Congo, Gabon and Central Africa) has been launched by the Collective Resources for the Arts and Talents Enrichment (CREATE).