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Manhunt Lunched For Alleged Financier Of Anglophone Crisis

BY SIMON KALLA NDIVE As the Anglophone Crisis takes a different twist, Government of Cameroon has decided to open investigations on those whom they believe are fuelling the crisis. All incomes from abroad to Cameroon are


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MPs, Civil Society, traditional rulers decry illegal exploitation of timber for local consumption

By DOH JAMES SONKEY After decrying that most of the timber used for local consumption in Cameroon is illegally exploited, Parliamentarians, Civil Society Organizations and Traditional authorities have adopted measures to check timber exploitation in the


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Cameroon, Nigeria resolve to beef up security at common borders

By DOH JAMES SONKEY Cameroon and Nigeria being two neighbouring countries sharing the longest borders as compared to other neighbours have resolved to beef up security measures at their common borders in order to frustrate dubious


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Two Cameroonian sites examined at 43rd session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee

By DOH JAMES SONKEY Two sites with exceptional universal values threatened by surrounding agro-industrial activities in Cameroon; the Dja wildlife reserve and Tri national of Sangha are among the 166 sites being examined at the 43rd


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Sasse College forced to relocate as crisis persists

By NDIMUH B. SHANCHO The Saint Joseph College in Sasse, Buea will run the 2019/2020 academic year that begins, early September, 2019, in the campus of the Regina Pacis College (REPACOL) Muntengene. An announcement to this


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UN stresses need for delivery of humanitarian aid

By NOELA EBOB BISONG Allegra Baiocchi, United Nations resident and humanitarian coordinator in Cameroon has expressed concern over the challenges being faced by humanitarian actors in the delivery of assistance in the troubled North West and


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US Congressional delegation  dodges war-stricken SW, NW

By NDIMUH B. SHANCHO The United States Congressional delegation have rounded-off facts-finding mission to Cameroon without visiting the Yaounde Central and Principal Prisons, North West and South West regions as anticipated by the separatist leaders and


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SONARA disaster:  Workers edgy over proposed salary cuts

NOELA EBOB BISONG Workers of the National Refining Company (SONARA) in Limbe, may have been assured few days after the May 31 explosion by their General Manager, Jean Paul Simo Njonou, as well as the Minister


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Biya back home after turbulent Geneva visit

By NOELA EBOB BISONG Cameroon’s head of state, President Paul Biya, has returned home, after a brief private stay in Switzerland. His arrival at the Yaounde Nsimalen Airport last Friday, July 5, 2019, was met with


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Agric. Minister says things must get better at CDC soonest

BY SIMON NDIVE KALLA Good news has been brought to the Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC family, following Minister Mbairobi’s assurance that something is going to done to address their plight soonest. The Minister of Agriculture and


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