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May 2018

MAROUA,Far North-Monday May 7, 2018-3 PM Local Time (Cameroon News Agency) University Authorities in Maroua, Far North Region have rough handled a reporter of Canal 2 International, Andre Mirabeau Mahop, for taking images of an uncompleted play ground, days after

A three-year-old son of a ranger has been snatched and eaten by a leopard at a safari park in Uganda.The toddler was being looked after by a nanny in unfenced staff quarters at a safari lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park

N'DJAMENA,Chad-Monday May 7,2018-2:40 PM Local Time(Cameroon News Agency) Four State agents, one civilian and a soldier have all died in an attack which targeted a control post in one of the Islands found around the Lake Chad, a military sources

MAMFE,Cameroon-Friday May 4, 2018-6:pm Local Time(Cameroon News Agency) The Senior Divisional Officer of Manyu, in the South West Region, Oum II Joseph has signed an Order, prohibiting the circulation of Motorbikes in the division for two weeks. The decision does not

  By NFOR Hanson NCHANJI YAOUNDE, Cameroon-Friday May 4, 2018-5:20 PM Local Time (Cameroon News Agency) The Minister of Secondary Education, Dr Nalova Lyonga Pauline Egbe, has suspended some 13 Secondary School Administrators for their role in promoting fraud, theft and immoral

Burundi has announced a six-month ban on broadcasts by Voice of America and the BBC, two weeks before the country votes on proposed amendments to the constitution, including changes in presidential term limits. The ban was announced Friday by Burundi's National

It was a fun night of  glamour and electrifying excitement as Pan African financial services group, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc once again gathered together a stunning audience from Across Africa at the 2018 edition of the UBA CEO

From 2 to 3 May, the WPFD 2018 international conference in Accra will encourage discussion and promote understanding and awareness about current challenges for freedom of expression. These include the role of media in elections, the independence and media literacy of the

To mark International Labour Day on 1 May 2018 the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN) and Federation for African Journalists (FAJ) organised a roundtable meeting to discuss the issue of copyright and raise awareness of authors’ and journalists rights in Africa. The

MBONGE, Cameroon-Wednesday May 2, 2018-6:00 pm Local Time (Cameroon News Agency) Two members of Cameroons Defense Forces have been shot dead at the Mbonge Rubber Estate,which lies along the boundary separating Meme and Ndian divisions in the South West region;