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2015-07-07 Court to Rule On Unfreezing Michel Fotso's Accounts
[Cameroon Tribune] Hearing continued at the Yaounde Special Criminal Court, SCC, on July 2, 2015 in the second corruption trial involving Yves Michel Fotso, the former General Manager of the defunct national carrier, Cameroon Airlines, Camair. He is accused of embezzling FCFA 32,444,316,370 in the course of the liquidation of Camair.

2015-07-07 Maternal /Infant Mortality - High Impact Vaccination On Course
[Cameroon Tribune] Scores of women and children in all the ten regions of the country over the weekend freely received a series of vaccinations aimed at reducing maternal and infant mortality rate in the country. This was within the first tour of the Maternal and Child Health Nutrition Action Week dubbed SASNIM in the French Language, coupled with the African Vaccination Week (SAV).

2015-07-07 'Widowhood Lasts Only 180 Days'
[Cameroon Tribune] Ngwang Shey, a Barrister at Law based in Bamenda, explains the challenges of prosecuting violations of the rights of widows in Cameroon.

2015-07-07 CDC Embezzlement Case - Prosecution Presents Four Witnesses
[Cameroon Tribune] Matters in the case between the people of Cameroon and State of Cameroon; Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC) against Oteil Mbua Gabriel and six others was called up for the second time at the Special Criminal Court (SCC) on Thursday, July 2, 2015. During the court session that lasted about an hour, the Head of the Panel of Judges, Mr Justice Richard Wanki took time to regularise certain legal issue regarding the hearing of the case.

2015-07-07 Heavy Rains - Perishable Foodstuff Traders Suffer Losses
[Cameroon Tribune] Persistent heavy rain in perishable foodstuff production basins of the North West, South and the West region is causing enormous loses to traders in some markets in Douala. A good quantity of leafy vegetables like green spices, huckleberry, cabbage and foodstuffs including Irish potatoes, cassava tubers and cocoyam rot before arriving market places. The famous Sandaga Market, known for selling fresh foodstuff is piled with heaps of rotten vegetables that went bad due to the persistent rains. Though traders

2015-07-06 Three Cameroonians Receive Inaugural Queen's Young Leaders Awards
[PR Newswire] Yaoundé, Cameroon -HM Queen Elizabeth II has presented the Queen's Young Leaders Awards to Alain Nteff, Mallah E. Tabot and Joannes P. Yimbesalu from Cameroon

2015-07-07 Camair Trial Phase II - Court to Rule On Unfreezing Fotso's Accounts
[Cameroon Tribune] Hearing continued at the Yaounde Special Criminal Court, SCC, on July 2, 2015 in the second corruption trial involving Yves Michel Fotso, the former General Manager of the defunct national carrier, Cameroon Airlines, Camair. He is accused of embezzling FCFA 32,444,316,370 in the course of the liquidation of Camair.

2015-07-07 Fcfa 2.4 Million for the Underprivileged
[Cameroon Tribune] The sick, orphans, widows and widowers in the municipality of Douala II recently received financial and material assistance from government and the Douala II Council within the framework of devolution of activities and funds to municipal councils.

2015-07-07 Council Accounts Lapses Worry Senators, Audit Bench
[Cameroon Tribune] The 5th Exchange Forum between members of Senate's Finance and Budget Committee and officials of the Supreme Court's Audit Bench held yesterday in Yaounde.

2015-07-07 Heavy Rains - Perishable Foodstuff Traders Incur Losses
[Cameroon Tribune] Persistent heavy rain in perishable foodstuff main production areas of the North West, South and West Regions is causing enormous losses to traders in some markets in Douala. A good quantity of leafy vegetables like green spices, huckleberry, cabbage and foodstuff including Irish potato, cassava tubers and cocoyam, rot before arriving market.

2015-07-07 Interview - 'Vaccination Against Polio Will Continue'
[Cameroon Tribune] Dr Mbamboue Grace Alake, Sub-Director of Immunisation, Directorate of Family Health, Ministry of Public Health, talks on ongoing efforts to curb childhood diseases and deaths in Cameroon.

2015-07-07 Ex-Douala Ports Authority GM Jailed for 15 Years
[Cameroon Tribune] Jean Marcel Dayas Mounoume and three others were on Friday, July 3, 2015, sentenced by the Special Criminal Court.

2015-07-07 Agro-Pastoral Census Afoot
[Cameroon Tribune] Stakeholders say teams will be constituted, empowered and deployed to the field soon.

2015-07-07 Abah Abah Trial - Prosecution Witness Presents Evidence
[Cameroon Tribune] Ndifor Tikum Joseph, an official with CBC Bank, testified at the Special Criminal Court on July 6, 2015.

2015-07-06 Buhari Calls for Faster Deployment of Regional Force
[Cameroon Tribune] President Muhammadu Buhari made the call last weekend after more than 200 people died in a wave of Boko Haram attacks.

2015-07-06 Cameroon-France - New Thrust for Economic Cooperation
[Cameroon Tribune] Bilateral relations between Cameroon and France, especially in the economic domain, are shooting for the skies judging from recent developments between the two countries. The visit of the President of the Republic of France, François Hollande to Cameroon on July 3, 2015 will certainly go down the annals of history of the two countries as one which bolstered long-standing relations between Cameroon and France. Coming some 14 years after the last French President visited Cameroon, President Fran&ccedi

2015-07-06 Rehabilitating Lake Chad - Cameroon Secures Fcfa 9 Billion
[Cameroon Tribune] The climate change phenomenon and terrorist insurgency around Lake Chad resulting in land degradation have pushed the Lake Chad Basin Commission to widen its scope of sourcing for funding to address the nerve-racking situation, affecting 15.3 million people. Countries of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, Niger and Nigeria) have embarked on a five-year investment programme to Rehabilitate and Reinforce the Socio-ecological Resilience System of the LCBC dubbed PRES

2015-07-06 Hollande Acknowledges Colonial-Era Massacres
[RFI] French President François Hollande has broken a longstanding taboo on his country's controversial role in the genocide of Cameroon's Bamileke people. During the final leg of his west African tour in Yaoundé on Friday, he admitted that French forces had tried to quash colonial separatists in the 1950s and said he was ready to open up the history books.

2015-07-06 Protests, Trade Deals Mark Hollande's Africa Trip
[Deutsche Welle] French President Francois Hollande used his Africa visit to strengthen economic ties. But in Cameroon there were protests at his presence and Angolan rights activists criticized him.

2015-07-06 Airport Dose of the State Visit
[Cameroon Tribune] From every indication, ceremonies at the Presidential section of the Yaounde Nsimalen International Airport told the story even better as to the nature of the visit to Cameroon, by the French President, Francois Hollande. The mounting of the military honours, the honouring of the flags of the two nations, by the two Heads of State, the singing of the Anthems of both countries and the shooting of the 21 gun salute, all combined to give the solemnity a State visit deserves.

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