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France tries to rewrite its role in Africa
Internally displaced people gather in the Don Bosco Center outside Banghi, Central African Republic, Saturday Dec. 7, 2013, fearing reprisal attacks from the Muslim ex-rebels who control Central African Republic.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
I purchased a ticket for my mother to fly from Cameroon to the United States in May of this year and she was to return in August but due to some unplanned reasons she was unable to travel on her schedule date and so i had to reschedule her flight.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Viettel Cameroon plans March launch
Viettel Cameroon, which was announced as the winner of the country's third mobile licence in December last year, has delayed its potential launch date from January to March 2014, Agence Ecofin writes.
Cameroon: Minsep - Step Up Sports Infrastructure
The Ministry of Sports and Physical Education is bracing up to considerably step up the number and quality of sports infrastructure in the country in view of hosting international competitions.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Voice of America
Cameroon Indecency Campaign Sparks Social Debate
The campaign has sparked a debate among citizens on the role of dress in society.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Cameroon: Behind Malaria Prevalence in North Cameroon
Warmer weather, low bed nets use and heavy rains have been blamed for a recent upsurge in malaria in northern Cameroon, but public health in this region has also been undermined by weak medical services and widespread poverty.
Dozen killed in DRC attack - UN
A French soldier handles ammunitions at the Bessengue railway station in Douala.
Cameroon: Cameroon Deploys Troops to CAR Border
The government of Cameroon said it has deployed troops to its eastern border with the Central African Republic to stop rebels from entering the country.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
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.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
RTE Ten's top telly for today
What in The World returns with a look at the modern soccer slave trade; a fly-on-the-door documentary following a private security firm across Ireland; and The Turner Prize is announced live from Derry/Londonderry The first programme in the new series covering global poverty and human rights violations.looks at Soccer Slaves.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
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Trekking through mud rivers and jungle to provide free medical care
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Azam appoint Cameroonian coach
THE new coach of Dar es Salaam football club, Azam, is Joseph Marius Omog who caused a stir in African football by managing DR Congo club, AC Leopards to the CAF Confederation Cup title last year.
Young Cameroonians Acquire Entrepreneurial Skills
Douala, Cameroon Training youths in entrepreneurship in Douala, which is one of the main cities of the West and Central Africa nation of the Republic of Cameroon, La Tribune Des Savoirs , an organization focused on exposing youth to entrepreneurship from February 2010, took part in World Entrepreneurship Day last Saturday by organizing a seminar ... (more)
Thu Nov 28, 2013
PM Presents 2014 Economic Programme This Thursday
The plenary sitting of the House dedicated for the event will begin at 3:30 pm .
Wed Nov 27, 2013
An angel in Oakdale
Oakdale resident Relindis Moffor and 10 staff members operate Angel of Mercy USA, a nonprofit she founded in 2005.
Africa: Appetite for Rice Surges Beyond Capacity of Growers
A few decades ago, rice was a luxury for rural Africa, a dish reserved for the big occasions like Christmas.
SOCAM: Ndedi Eyango and his team set the stage
The new management team of SOCAM, the Cameroon Music Corporation which was elected on 2nd November 2013 has held the first board of directors meeting.
Wednesday, December 4
1980 - The bodies of four American nuns slain in El Salvador two days earlier are found.
Cameroon: Rice Farmers Depend On Science, Banks
Following the deadly food riots that swept across West Africa five years ago in response to the high price of rice, Cameroon and other neighboring governments have taken responsibility for rehabilitating structures and resources for rice farmers.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
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.