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Cameroon to improve reliability of the national electricity network

BY NDUMBE BELL GASTON IN DOUALA A loan of US$ 325 million has reportedly been approved by the World Bank Board of Executive Directors to reinforce ENEO’s transmission network. The deal that was concluded earlier this

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CEMAC Heads of State opt for adjustment to avoid FCFA devaluation

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE Six Heads of State of the Central African sub-region; Host President, H.E Paul Biya of Cameroon, H.E. Faustin-Archange Touadera of the Central African Republic (CAR), H.E. Idriss Deby Itno of

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The concept of change and the people of Southern Cameroons

Supportive of the concept of change, that, everything is constantly shifting, and becoming something other to what it was before, is the Common Law Lawyers’ and Teachers’ strike battle for the restoration of the English culture

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Foundation stone laid for ART’s new Head Office

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE A 16-storied edifice in the shape of a mobile phone will within 40 months be erected opposite the Yaoundé Hilton Hotel as Head Office of the Telecommunications Regulatory Board better

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Contractors warned at launch of 2017 Road Maintenance Programme

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE The 2017 National Road Maintenance Programme has kicked off on a warning note as Public Works Minister, Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi has threatened contractors with sanction if they fail to execute

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Anglophone lawyers’/teachers’ strike:  Negotiations run into storm – Teachers walk-out of Bamenda meeting  – Yaoundé negotiations plunged into chaos as North West lawyers fire Mbuton Bobga Harmony  – Nation holds its breath

BY ATIA TILARIOUS AZOHNWI AND DOH JAMES SONKEY The nation now holds its breath as to what future there is following the miscarriage of dialogue between government and striking Common Law Lawyers and striking Anglophone teachers.

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