Tuesday Dec 3
Mural celebrating diversity is defaced in Point-St-Charles
A brilliantly coloured mural that brightens a corner of Point-St-Charles was defaced overnight Monday to Tuesday in what locals are calling an act of racism.
Cameroon: 300 Fresh Nurses for Quality Service
Improved quality services, a culture of sacrifice, discipline and humility were re-echoed on Friday, 15 November 2013, when hundreds turned out for the graduation ceremony of 300 fresh nurses from The St. Veronica's Medical Complex in Buea.
Jubilee celebrations: Preparations gather steam in Buea
Members of various organizing committees are at the final stage in terms of preparations for the ground breaking event to take place in this historic town which was once the capital of German Cameroon, headquarters of British southern Cameroon and capital of West Cameroon.
More than five years ago, Burgundy's Laurent Ponsot put the brakes on an Acker Merrall & Condit wine auction of more than 100 dubious "old" bottles of Domaine Ponsot, valued at more than a half-million dollars.
A llama-based coincidence
Serge the llama, smuggled on to a tram in Bordeaux by five allegedly inebriated men, has become an international star.