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May, 2017

  • 21 May

    20th May celebration, Paul Atanga Nji once more mocks at Southern Cameroonians – Cameroon Concord

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    Cameroon Concord20th May celebration, Paul Atanga Nji once more mocks at Southern CamerooniansCameroon ConcordTo further demonstrate his ploy and evil plans to obscure the image of Southern Cameroonians before his occultic grand master of a president, Mr Atanga Nji said, most Anglophones have come to terms with him in his initial stance that there is nothing ...

  • 21 May

    CBL: Eko Kings thrash Yaounde Giants as competition heads to Cameroon – BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)

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    BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)CBL: Eko Kings thrash Yaounde Giants as competition heads to CameroonBusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)The Eko Kings Basketball Club of Lagos on Sunday defeated Yaounde Giants of Cameroon 83-76 to remain unbeaten in four games in the ongoing Continental Basketball League tagged ”The May Madness''. The Lagos Warriors also in a

  • 20 May

    Coach Broos says ‘Matip doesn’t want to play for Cameroon’ – BBC … – BBC Sport

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    BBC SportCoach Broos says 'Matip doesn't want to play for Cameroon' - BBC ...BBC SportCameroon coach Hugo Broos says the Joel Matip "case" is closed and the defender is no longer in his plans.and more »

  • 20 May

    Clinton Njie left out of Cameroon preliminary squad ahead of FIFA Confederations Cup – KickOff.com

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    KickOff.comClinton Njie left out of Cameroon preliminary squad ahead of FIFA Confederations CupKickOff.comNjie, on loan at Olympique Marseille this season, has had a lack of game time at club level and also lost his place in the national team during Cameroon's run to the African Nations Cup title

  • 20 May

    Afcon U17 – Cadet Lions Prepare for Crucial Encounter

    [Cameroon Tribune] The team is working out strategies ahead of their last group game in Port-Gentil tomorrow.

  • 20 May

    Cameroon Calls 7 New Players for Eagles

    [Vanguard] Nigeria's Super Eagles are bound to come up against an array of unfamiliar players in the Indomitable Lions when both sides clash this August in a crunch 2018 World Cup qualifier, as Cameroon coach, Hugo Broos has called up seven uncapped players to his squad for upcoming matches.

  • 19 May

    United Bank for Africa rolls-out Debit MasterCard in Cameroon … – BizNis Africa

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    BizNis AfricaUnited Bank for Africa rolls-out Debit MasterCard in Cameroon ...BizNis AfricaBizNis Africa focuses on Africa's 3 major business economic sectors – ICT (Information and Communications Technology), Mining and Energy.and more »

  • 19 May

    2 million Nigerians at risk in Cameroon – Group – Vanguard

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    Vanguard2 million Nigerians at risk in Cameroon – GroupVanguardThe Southern Cameroonians in Nigeria (SCINGA) says that no fewer than 2 million Nigerians are at risk of losing their lives, businesses and property if violence breaks out in Southern Cameroons. SCINGA, who disclosed this while briefing newsmen on ...and more »

  • 19 May

    Over 10,000 Nigerian Refugees Forced Out By Cameroon Arrive Home

    [Premium Times] A total of 10,500 of the 79,000 Nigerian refugees forced to flee their homes in Borno State to Cameroon by Boko Haram insurgents about two years ago, have returned.

  • 19 May

    Traditional Regalia As Unifying Factor

    [Cameroon Tribune] The four-day exhibition at the National Museum ends today May 18, 2017.

  • 18 May

    Cameroon: WWF Initiates Public Dialogue on Sustainable Mining in Cameroon – AllAfrica.com

    Cameroon: WWF Initiates Public Dialogue on Sustainable Mining in CameroonAllAfrica.comThe World Wide Fund for Nature and Forêts et Développement Rural (FODER) a local NGO, have initiated the first ever public dialogue for a national policy for the promotion of sustainable artisanal and small scale mining in Cameroon. Industrial mining ...

  • 18 May

    Over 10000 Nigerian refugees forced out by Cameroon arrive home – Premium Times

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    Premium TimesOver 10000 Nigerian refugees forced out by Cameroon arrive homePremium TimesA total of 10,500 of the 79,000 Nigerian refugees forced to flee their homes in Borno State to Cameroon by Boko Haram insurgents about two years ago, have returned. The Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, who announced their return in Maiduguri, the ...Cameroonian government not honourable - Governor ShettimaNAIJ.COM10000 refugees from Cameroon arrive back in NigeriaAnadolu AgencyInstruments of Pain (IV): The Food Crisis in North East Nigeria, Crisis Group Africa Briefing N°126ReliefWeball 74 news articles »

  • 18 May

    WWF Initiates Public Dialogue on Sustainable Mining in Cameroon

    [Camer.be] The World Wide Fund for Nature and Forêts et Développement Rural (FODER) a local NGO, have initiated the first ever public dialogue for a national policy for the promotion of sustainable artisanal and small scale mining in Cameroon. Industrial mining is still at a nascent stage, while artisanal and small scale mining has witnessed a boom over the years in Cameroon. Between 2012 and 2014, 11754 authorizations for exploration of artisanal and semi-mechanized mining were

  • 17 May

    Nothing to get cross about: Cameroon weightlifter makes Christian sign at Islamic Games (VIDEO) – RT

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    RTNothing to get cross about: Cameroon weightlifter makes Christian sign at Islamic Games (VIDEO)RTAlthough representing Cameroon at the Islamic Games, Keyimeh himself is a Catholic. He told RT Sport that his religious act “didn't lead to any sort of reaction among fellow athletes and event organizers.” The athlete, who eventually finished sixth at ...and more »

  • 17 May

    IRIN | Language of peace hard to find as Cameroon crisis festers – IRINnews.org

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    IRINnews.orgIRIN | Language of peace hard to find as Cameroon crisis festersIRINnews.orgIt's a Monday evening in Bamenda, the main city in troubled English-speaking Cameroon. The gates of the Vatican Express bus depot are shut, just like five ...anglophone crisis: cameroon goverment selling after the marketCameroon Concordall 2 news articles »

  • 17 May

    Cameroon dock strike blocks export of 3025 T of cocoa

    May 12 A strike by dockers in Cameroon's main port in Douala blocked the export of about 3,025 tonnes of cocoa and 12 tonnes of coffee on Friday, a senior source at the National Office of Cocoa and Coffee told Reuters. About 200 dockers are demanding better pay and working conditions.

  • 17 May

    African-born officer gets back to his roots with Cameroon mission

    First Lt. Soule Malame, far right, of Task Force Toccoa, a 101st Airborne Division-led unit, translates French into English to help a Cameroonian soldier speak with U.S. Army medics during a visit to a medical clinic in Garoua, Cameroon.

  • 17 May

    Cameroon-Guinea Promises to Be Tough

    [Cameroon Tribune] Group A matches will again be the centre of action today in Port Gentil with the second game pitting the Cadet Lions of Cameroon against the Silly National of Guinea promising to be tough.

  • 17 May

    Anglophone Crisis – Mezam Courts Wait for Lawyers

    [Cameroon Tribune] Barely four Common Law Lawyers were spotted during Court Sessions on May 2, 2017 in Bamenda

  • 16 May

    Cameroon Media Face Restrictions on Reporting – Voice of America

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    Voice of AmericaCameroon Media Face Restrictions on ReportingVoice of AmericaNews reporters in Cameroon say they are having problems doing their work because of government restrictions on the press. They say the restrictions have affected their reports about a strike in English-speaking areas and fighting with Boko Haram militants.