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Batoke Chief charges youths to be community sensitive

  BY SIMON NDIVE KALLA His Royal Highness, Chief Molive Molungu Otto of Batoke village, in the Limbe II sub division, has called on the youths of his village,to be more committed to community issues and


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ESSEC-Douala Laureates implored to be pacesetters

  By EBOB ARAH The newly graduated batch of ESSEC-Douala, have been encouraged to be pacesetters and bring innovations for development of the country. This was echoed by the Minister Delegate at the Ministry of Transport,MefiroOumarou,


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Farmer’s open Season launched in Buea

  By Ikome Christie-noella Eposi in Buea The farmers’ open season has been launched in Bueaunder the theme, “Increasing Agricultural Productivity in line with SDG2”. It was done in aseminar organized by the CEO of ThinkfastBc,MfontoBlaise,


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Comfort Zone: Journalism in Cameroon, let’s talk salaries

By Comfort Mussa A recommendation from one of our Comfort Zone readers was that I should give a Cameroonian perspective to the trending topic of gender pay gaps in media landscape. Good recommendation. I am also


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As Sasse Old Boys Association splits Buea DO throws jabs at Prof. Ephraim Ngwafor  – -Says SOBA March 10 meeting in Buea was misguided, ill-advised and clandestine

BY ATIA TILARIOUS AZOHNWI The Sasse Old Boys Association (SOBA), a world gathering of alumni of St. Joseph’s College Sasse is in a deepening crisis. The result is that SOBA now has a twin leadership –


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Sama Randy Awards:  Njie Martha Eyole crowned winner

By Ikome Christie-noella Eposi in Buea A final year student in the department of English and French (Bilingual letters), University of Buea, Njie Martha Eyole is the winner of the Sama Randy writing contest. She was


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German embassy discriminates against Anglophone visa applicants

Your Excellency, Germany, the state whose diplomatic interest you represent in Cameroon, is one of the most liberal countries in the world with civilized democracy and the respect for human rights. Your exposure, Mr. Ambassador, from


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Comfort Zone : Journalism in Cameroon, let’s talk salaries

By Comfort Mussa A recommendation from one of our Comfort Zone readers was that I should give a Cameroonian perspective to the trending topic of gender pay gaps in media landscape. Good recommendation. I am also


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SOBA National, Victoria renew exco amid association’s crisis – -Revival faction to drag Education Secretary, Sasse Principal and Ebot Mfoataw to court

By Norbert Wasso Binde and Atia Tilarious Despite the administration and judiciary being dragged into what is now a crisis situation within the Sasse Old Boys association, SOBA, last Saturday, March 10 saw the national executive


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CBC fights cervical cancer through routine screening

By Moma Sandrine in Bamenda It has been observed that at least five hundred thousand new cases of cervical cancer are recorded globally each year. In Cameroon, an estimated one thousand two hundred cases are recorded


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