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Newspaper Vendor Shot Dead

By Maxcel Chick Fokwen A newspaper vendor in Kumba, Richard Ngong Tsam, was Friday, July 24, at about 2 am, shot dead by bandits. The 39-year-old was killed at his Ntoko Street, Hill Top, Fiango residence. Ngong was shot in the chest when he emerged from his room to answer a distress call from his next door neighbour who ...Full Article

Cameroon Media Loses 2 Journalists

By Walter Wilson Nana & Comfort Ashunombi* Becky Ndive:"Madam Debate" She was the first woman to be a Station Manager of the Cameroon Radio Television, CRTV. Becky Njomo Ndive ...Full Article

Victims Of Forced Marriages Testify

By Francis Tim Mbom Two female students, Angela Ikil, 21, and Perpetua Iyali, 17, of GHS Mamfe, Friday, June 26, recounted to a seminar audience how their fathers, back ...Full Article

Elite Donate Didactic Materials To Schools

By Coretta Penn Achu Pupils of Government Primary School Baho, Upper Plateaux Division of the West Region, have received a consignment of didactic materials from the Association, Aide aux ...Full Article

Illicit Use Of Small Arms Threat To Humanity

By Kini Nsom The Executive Director of Women in Alternative Action, WAA, Cameroon, Mrs. Justine Kwachu Kumche, has warned that the circulation and use of small arms and light ...Full Article

Commonwealth MPs Sue For Development Goals

By Kini Nsom Members of the British chapter of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, CPA, who are currently visiting Cameroon, have expressed the wish to see countries achieve the UN ...Full Article

Pa Kange Bender Celebrates 90 Years

By Ernest Sumelong Glowing with the youthfulness of a 60-year-old, Pa Kange Carl Bender Jackai, fondly called the "Living Encyclopaedia of Great Soppo Native Buea", flanked by his children ...Full Article

By Ntaryike Divine Jr — In prelude to the formal start of the construction of the Lom Pangar hydroelectricity dam in Cameroon’s southeast, the government has begun paying ...Full Article

By Michael Ndi — A Bamenda-based state-supported health insurance outfit Mutual Health Organisation (MHO) has called on Cameroonians in the Diaspora to assist their families back home to ...Full Article

By Ali Pechu* — Madeleine Manyaka, a farmer in Bolounga-Muoanko, in the Sanaga-Maritime Division of the Littoral Region, found eight of the nine children that went missing on ...Full Article
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