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October, 2017

  • 21 October

    Al Ahly players celebrate winning the African Champions League-FIFA.com

    Al Ahly played the game on November 16, 2008 at Stade Omnisport de Garoua, Cameroon, in the second leg of the African Champions League final, after winning the first leg 2-0. The match saw Al Ahly advance through Ahmed Hassan's goal in the 38th minute of the first half, before Coton equalized with a goal by Lasana Abdalkarim in the 45th minute.

  • 21 October

    African rulers’ weapon against web-based dissent: the off switch

    Rapidly expanding access to the internet across Africa is helping grassroots opposition movements take on once-invulnerable regimes. Many entrenched rulers have a simple response: pulling the plug.

  • 21 October

    Situation in NW, SW – Weekend for Decisive Evaluation

    [Cameroon Tribune] Prime Minister Philemon Yang's led consultations towards a return to normalcy in the North West and South West regions enter evaluation phase this weekend.

  • 21 October

    South West – Grassroots Consultations Intensify

    [Cameroon Tribune] The Regional team will hold a final evaluation meeting with the Governor on Sunday.

  • 20 October

    Gum disease fears not stopping oral sex

    While researchers at the Montego Bay-based International Postgraduate Medical College are worried about a new form of gum disease, which they have linked to oral sex, some persons who have embraced the once tabooed sexual habit, are treating it as much to do about nothing. According to renowned dental expert Dr Christopher Ogunsalu, the gum disease, which studies has disassociated from the 'regular' periodontitis, was first encountered two years ago.

  • 20 October

    Africa:Business Development – Africa Now Forum Highlights Opportunities

    The first edition of an international meeting christened Africa Forum Now; grouping young executives and entrepreneurs in Cameroon and the diaspora, is taking place in Yaounde. The twoday business forum which opened at the Yaounde Conference Centre is being staged under the theme: "Entrepreneurship at the heart of development in Africa."

  • 20 October

    Business Development – Africa Now Forum Highlights Opportunities

    [Cameroon Tribune] The pioneer international meeting for Africa's emergence is holding in Yaounde.

  • 20 October

    How Yaounde is Stifling Freedom

    [allAfrica] Cape Town -The regime in Yaounde has a simple way of making sure citizens toe the line. Rights provided for in the constitution is simply for reading pleasure. It is meant to please the international community and other human rights organisations. It makes it impossible for those rights to be used. This is once more evident in the banning of the march called by the main opposition party, the Social Democratic Front, together with other smaller political parties to show solidarity with the plight of the Anglophones wh

  • 19 October

    Cameroon:Catalyst for Socio-Economic Development

    In a bid to promote scientific research and enable citizens get the best out of it, government did not only create a Ministry of Scientific Research and Innovation, it equally created many research institutions and placed them under its tutelage. On October 18, 2017, hundreds of researchers from the Ministry and these institutions met in Yaounde in the fifth edition of the annual Scientific Convocation under the chairmanship of Minister Madeleine Tchuinte Tchuente to reflect on how to make their works contribute more efficiently and effectively to socio-economic development.

  • 19 October

    Cameroon:Computer Algebra – Academics Build Capacity

    It has become imperative to get a big number of young creative people to the state where they are able to develop powerful and higher quality software. Young academics from across Africa have been updated on the great potential of the modern tool, computer algebra, in learning, teaching and researching of mathematical sciences.

  • 19 October

    Computer Algebra – Academics Build Capacity

    [Cameroon Tribune] It has become imperative to get a big number of young creative people to the state where they are able to develop powerful and higher quality software.

  • 19 October

    Catalyst for Socio-Economic Development

    [Cameroon Tribune] Government and the business community may need redoubled efforts to solve the funding equation that haunts the sector.

  • 18 October

    Cameroon:Take It to the End

    The new bridge over River Wouri in Douala the gateway to and out of the city for travelers to and from the South West, North West and West Regions has been opened to traffic. It is surely a big sigh of relief for the population.

  • 18 October

    .com | Cameroon premier in troubled anglophone region for ‘dialogue’

    Cameroon's Prime Minister Philemon Yang on Monday began a visit to a troubled English-speaking region as part of what he termed a "dialogue" with the country's anglophone minority, state radio said. Yang travelled to Bamenda, the main town in Cameroon's Northwest Region, where he met the heads of trade unions in the transport, education and shopping sectors, as well as with bankers and other business figures, Cameroon Radio Television said.

  • 18 October

    Take It to the End

    [Cameroon Tribune] The new bridge over River Wouri in Douala the gateway to and out of the city for travelers to and from the South West, North West and West Regions has been opened to traffic. It is surely a big sigh of relief for the population. The reaction of Douala city dwellers has been that of

  • 18 October

    South West – Dialogue Getting Afield

    [Cameroon Tribune] Buea Sub-Division was yesterday combed by emissaries of peace.

September, 2017

  • 15 September

    72nd UN Ordinary General Assembly – President Paul Biya in New York

    [Cameroon Tribune] At the invitation of the His Excellency Antonio GUTERRES, Secretary-General of the United Nations Organization, His Excellency Paul BIYA, President of the Republic of Cameroon, and his wife, Mrs Chantal BIYA, left Yaounde late this Thursday morning, 14 September 2017, to take part in the 72nd Ordinary Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, United States of America

  • 15 September

    African Studies – Chinese University Launches Three New Books

    [Cameroon Tribune] The publications all are all by officials of Zhejiang Normal University.

  • 15 September

    Cameroon Seeks to Improve Cocoa Bean Quality After Declines

    Cameroon is taking steps to encourage farmers to grow better quality cocoa after a deterioration in last year's crop resulted in lower prices for the country's beans. About 90 percent of Cameroon's cocoa exports in the season through July were classed as Grade 2, the second of three quality ratings for beans, according to Trade Minister Luc Magloire Atangana Mbarga.

  • 15 September

    Mercy Ships Operation – Government Expresses Satisfaction

    [Cameroon Tribune] Public Works insists on only efficient "Distinguished Journalists Ladies and Gentlemen,