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October 2019

Admission files of former law Students from the University of Yaounde 2, in Soa neighborhood, have been blocked at the Bwari law school in Nigeria. Admission requirements into the school demand an applicant to have studied Common law in the

The visit of French foreign Minister, Jean Yves Le Drian has paid off as Paul Biya instructs the General Manager of the Port Authority of Douala,Cyrius Ngo'o to halt the process of granting a new company the contract of managing

Manlikeclix whose real name is Gwei Noel Yengong is a Fashion Icon and entrepreneur born in the Bui Division in the Northwest region of Cameroon, a country in the Central African subregion. Manlikeclix is a multi-task performer and is

*By Chaifie ZECHIA Cameroon had always been paraded on the world stage as a ‘peaceful’ country but since 2016, it is hard to make this assertion anymore. In late October 2016, teachers and lawyers in North and South (former British Southern

It was an installation event that lasted for a few minutes in the muddy environment characterised by resistance from Separatist fighters in Bui division in the northwest region on Friday, October 18, 2019. Civil Administrator, Lanyuy Harry Ngwayi, took over

Ambazonia Separatist fighters have claimed responsibility for the death of a leader of a vigilante group Hot Spot, Bamenda, North West region. Nkwenti and his colleague were murdered on Friday morning around the Bamenda Cow market, a place where Cow

*By Kester Kenn Klomega Ahead of the upcoming Russia-Africa Summit in Sochi, Russia experts and academics have consistently called for forging media cooperation as an instrument for promoting business opportunities and positive perception, and knowledge about post-Soviet achievements in Russia and

Kicking off the partnership between the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to empower 100,000 young African entrepreneurs, the Tony Elumelu Foundation has announced the selection of 5,240 young African entrepreneurs, from over 81,000 applications

Over 12 women from different walks of life have benefitted from self-sustained training organized by the Local Community Development Association , LCDA. The event which took place in Odza, Messamedongo Yaounde recently was organized in collaboration with the Sisters of

The Local Community Development Association, LCDA, has put smiles on the faces of some 30 kids, pupils and students, all Internally Displaced Persons, in four schools in Santchou, West Region, by donating, some school items for the smooth take-off of