Test of African Democracy - Burkina and Beyond
[allAfrica]Washington, DC -On Thursday the former soldier who seized power in Burkina Faso 27 years ago agreed to negotiate with opponents. The announcement was a response to massive popular demonstrations against President Blaise Compaore‚Äôs intention to extend his rule for another term. While most protesters were peaceful, violence left Parliament and other buildings in flames. Amid reports in the evening that the military had taken over in what amounted to another coup, social media celebrated that some soldiers had join
CEMAC Growth Rate Revised At 5.7 Percent
[Cameroon Tribune]The BEAC's Monetary Policy Committee met in Yaounde on Tuesday to evaluate performance.
Act Alliance Appeal - Life-Saving Relief to Car Refugees in Cameroon
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Appeal,¬† Cameroon¬† Life-saving relief to CAR refugees in Cameroon - CMR 141,¬† Appeal Target: US$625,188¬† Balance Requested: US$623,188
Journalists Are Not Informants
[RSF]Two Cameroonian journalists face military court charges of failure to report a destabilization plot.
Public Contracts - SMEs Train On Procedures
[Cameroon Tribune]Insufficient funds, production tools and qualified workforce continually plague the sector.
Insecurity Mounts in Delta Region of Nigeria
[Cameroon Tribune]Pirates killed four policemen and kidnapped six workers of a local oil company last Friday.
Youths Block Bakassi Highway
[Daily Trust]Calabar -The federal highway linking Ikot-Edem-Odo/Ekondo axis of the Akpabuyo Local Government Area to Bakassi Local Government Area of Cross River State was yesterday blocked by youths.
New Vietnam Ambassador At Minrex
[Cameroon Tribune]Vu The Hiep presented the advance copies of his Letters of Credence yesterday October 28. The visit of the new Ambassador of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to Cameroon, His Excellency Vu The Hiep, yesterday October 28, 2014, to the Ministry of External Relations, was twofold. The first was to present the advance copies of the Letters of Credence accrediting him. The second was to evaluate cooperation ties between the two countries.
Graduates Await Certificates
[Cameroon Tribune]Most universities are yet to respect the ministerial instruction to issue diplomas instantly.
Territorial Administration Staff Drilled On Defence of State Interest
[Cameroon Tribune]A two-day workshop that started October 28 in Yaounde ends today.
MINPMEESA Eases Business Registration Procedures
[Cameroon Tribune]A recent 100-day drive curtailed the collection of illegal levies by 80 per cent.
Cameroon Research Adds to Growing Consensus On Sustainable Climate Change Strategies
[Thomson Reuters Foundation]Bogor, Idonesia -Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Heavy Duty Vehicles - Training Problems Persist
[Cameroon Tribune]Not even a driving school in Douala exclusively trains truck drivers.
School Receive Gifts Worth FCFA 1.5 Million
[Cameroon Tribune]They will help meet studies and sanitation requirements of the nearly 1000 pupils.
More Time to Source for Financing of Mbalam/Nabeba Iron Ore Project
[Cameroon Tribune]According to Sundance Resources Limited, an Australian firm whose subsidiary, Cam Iron, is bracing up to mine iron ore in Mbalam, East Region of Cameroon, government has given it additional time to source for financing to take the hope-raising project off the ground.
Cameroon Army Kills 39 Boko Haram Fighters
[Vanguard]Yaound√É¬© -Cameroonian troops killed 39 Boko Haram fighters in clashes with the Islamists, who were carrying out three raids on Cameroon's territory, the defence ministry said Sunday.
Tunisians Vote Lawmakers
[Cameroon Tribune]Yesterday's parliamentary election came ahead of presidential elections on November 23, 2014.
Mbalam/Nabeba Iron Ore Project - More Time to Source for Financing
[Cameroon Tribune]A Sundance report says government has given it up to June 30, 2015 to comply.
Nigeria Clinches African Women's Soccer Title
[Guardian]NIGERIA won their seventh title after a 2-0 win over Cameroun in the final of yesterday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek. Nigeria led 2-0 at half time with goals from Desire Oparanozie and Asisat Oshoala that set the tone for victory in the encounter that lived up to billing as the ultimate game of the TN Mobile 9th African Women Championship.
Namibia Officially Passes AWC Baton to Next Hosts Cameroon
[New Era]Windhoek -Upon conclusion of the TN Mobile African Women's Championship in Windhoek on Saturday, President of the Namibia Football Association (NFA), John Muinjo, officially passed the Women Championship mantle to Cameroon as hosts of the next edition in 2016.