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Why Women Are More Economically Viable

By Ernest Ndukong At first, women were seen to be economically unproductive since they were only seen to be housewives. Today, women contribute enormously to the growth of the economy. They work as farmers, teachers, politicians, nurses, doctors and lecturers. There is a coinage that, what a man can do, a woman can do, and even better. Cameroonian market ...Full Article

Women Cautioned Against Sexy Dressing On March 8

By Chris Mbunwe Northwest women have been advised not to appear in seductive outfits during celebrations of the International Women’s Day on March 8. Aware of the embarrassment such ...Full Article

Half Of Women Worldwide Risk Being Killed By Husbands

By Leocadia Bongben About 40-70 percent of women worldwide are at risk of being killed by their by husbands, The Post has learnt. This was revealed recently by the ...Full Article

Jottings From Mundemba

By Elvis Tah My journey to Mundemba was filled with a mixture of fascination and horror. I was on an assignment to cover the coronation of the chief of ...Full Article

Journalists Jailed For Investigating ENAM Corruption

The journalists are being held particularly with regard to the corruption that apparently characterised the recent competitive examination in to the institution. Zacharie Ndiomo Flash, the Publisher of Le ...Full Article

Fru Ndi Castigates Gov’t Attempt To Cow Diplomats

The opposition chieftain was reacting to the Minister of External Relations, Henri Eyebe Ayissi’s, quasi ultimatum to members of the diplomatic community recently to stop criticising ELECAM, which he ...Full Article

Gov’t, Church To Share Cost Of Pope’s Visit

By Daniel Gwarbarah The Archbishop of the Yaounde Archdiocese and President of the National Episcopal Conference, Mgr Victor Tonye Bakot, has said the financial burden of ensuring a hitch-free ...Full Article

Douala Tit-Bits: Man Irons Wife’s Buttocks

By Joe Dinga Pefok Michel Minyem, 34, has been dragged to the Ndokoti Magistrate Court for torturing his 27-year-old wife, whose name, The Post did not readily get. His ...Full Article

Minister Told To Eradicate 30 Percent Bribe In Contract Awards

By Chris Mbunwe Northwest Parliamentarians, Fons and contractors have urged the Minister of Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Louis Paul Motaze, to end the 30 percent bribe in contract ...Full Article

Chief Tells Northwesterners, Kinsmen To Vote CPDM

By Olive Ejang Tebug Ngoh The Chief of Big Nganjo, Mbonge Sub Division, Chief William Ekong Sakwe, has told Northwesterners in his village to vote only the ruling CPDM ...Full Article
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