African Monetary Union Stirs Criticism of France
A hoard of cash sits in the Bank of France: $20 billion in African money held in trust by the French government and earning just 0.75 percent interest.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
CPJ Press Freedom Online
Cameroonian newspaper editor jailed for defamation
Authorities in Cameroon should release a newspaper editor who has been imprisoned since March 29 after being convicted of criminal defamation, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
Education: ENAM Yaounde gets a workable partner
A delegation from the saint Joseph University in the USA was received in the Prime Minister's office by Philemon Yang The delegation during the audience presented a viable academic partnership proposal between ENAM and Saint Joseph's university in the US.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Yaounde Nsimalen road: compensation begins in earnest
Government has disbursed 121 CFA francs as compensation for families who shall loss property on the itinerary of the new Yaounde Nsimalen express road to be constructed soon.
Council of Orders: Members begin the annual three day screening exercise
Members of Council of National Orders have started meeting in Yaounde to examine demands of Cameroonians to be decorated during the country's National Day celebrations.
Cameroon Pentecostal Churches Face Government Scrutiny
In 2013 the Republic of Cameroon's President Paul Biya ordered the closure of nearly 100 Christian churches throughout the African nation.
Updates from the regions: east, north west, littoral and centre
The minister Delegate of the Ministry of Transport has called on commercial moto-bike riders to be deserving of the attention paid to them by the Head of State Paul Biya.
The Montreal Gazette
3 suspicious fires overnight in Montreal
The first fire was called in at 11:20 p.m. Sunday for a building on Laprairie St. near St-Patrick St. in the Sud Ouest borough.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Australia, France, Italy Speed Cameras Smashed And Burned
Vigilantes in Bordeaux-Cap-Ferret, France destroyed a speed camera yesterday morning.
National Public Radio
Pray Or Prey? Cameroon's Pentecostal Churches Face Crackdown
Warah Solomon prays over a man at the Ramah Christian Center in Bamenda, northwest Cameroon.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Cameroon-Nigeria: Two brotherly nations rethink cooperation
The six session of the Cameroon-Nigeria joint commission is ongoing in Yaounde, Cameroon.
HIV /AIDS in Cameroon: Esther takes the fight further
ESTHER is the abbreviation of a French funded health project in Cameroon; the project focuses on assistance to people living with the HIV virus in Cameroon.
CAR refugees attacked as they flee to Cameroon
UNHCR is extremely concerned about reports of anti-Balaka militiamen preventing civilians from leaving the Central African Republic and attacking them along the way.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
UN experts concerned as indigenous group in Cameroon evicted from ancestral lands
An estimated 300 people have reportedly been made homeless and evicted from their ancestral lands in the locality of Banjah, Bamenda.
Cameroon: Kribi-Lolabe Double Carriage Road - Eximbank China to Provide Fcfa 192.91 Billion
Eximbank China will loan out 385,808,808.6 US dollars to Cameroon for the partial financing of construction works on a double carriage road from Kribi to Lolab in the Ocean Division of the South Region.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Africa: Falling Customs Revenue Worries African Countries
Officials from Francophone Africa say plummeting customs revenue could lead to severe financial difficulties and slow development.
Lamido Adamawa's condition for 100% resource control: We 'll...
LESS than two weeks after his comment that he would lead his people to join the Republic of Cameroon if Nigeria disintegrates generated furore in the polity, the Lamido of Adamawa, Dr Muhammadu Barkindo Mustapha, again, told southern resource control agitators to be ready to forfeit their land in all parts of the North, especially Abuja, if their ... (more)
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Post-partum trend in blood pressure levels, renal function and...
Preeclampsia and eclampsia, which are the most frequent hypertensive disorders in pregnancy, are associated with renal involvements.
Catholic World News
In Central African Republic, government breakdown leaves Church as only viable institution
The Catholic Church is the only institution still functioning in the Central African Republic, Archbishop Samuel Kleda of Douala, Cameroon has said.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
President Paul BIYA and Madam Catherine SAMBA-PANZA concert in Brussels
The Head of State His Excellency Paul BIYA granted audience on Thursday 3rd April 2014 to the President of the transition in the Central African Republic, Madam Catherine SAMBA-PANZA, on the side-lines of the 4th EU Africa summit.