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By Maxcel Fokwen The perennial problem of poor road networks, particularly in Ndian and Manyu Divisions of the Southwest Region, has been identified as a major hurdle in Cameroons’ drive to step-up its cocoa quality and production to 220.000 tons by 2020. James Musima Lobe, representative of cocoa and coffee farmers in the Southwest, made the disclosure Wednesday, July ...Full Article
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By Collette Lukong A suspect bandit, Friday July 18, at about 3pm, was caught and beaten to near insensitivity at the Lady L. Street Molyko, Buea. The man, who ...Full Article
By Yerima Kini Nsom The US Deputy Secretary of State, Linda Thomas Greenfield, regrets that many African countries are still maintaining anti-gay laws, as a leeway to violating the ...Full Article
By Maxcel Fokwen Thirty-three-year-old Alphonse Fozong, a teacher of Government School Ebie, Muyuka Subdivision, Southwest Region on July 15 drowned in a stream in Kumba known as “Kumba ...Full Article
Although Kupe-Muanenguba thinks its investment budget for this year is not enough to meet its needs on road infrastructure, Government invests much money for road maintenance, but the roads ...Full Article
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By Joe Dinga Pefok The Board Chairman of the Cameroon Shipyard and Industrial Engineering Ltd, CNIC, Louis Claude Nyassa, has admitted in public that the shipyard is drowning in ...Full Article
The inhabitants of Melen, a neighbourhood in the Yaounde VI District, seem to have signed a covenant not to do anything right. Uncouth behaviour is the norm here. ...Full Article