Government Warns About Deteriorating Network Quality

The board in charge of the control of services rendered by telecommunications networks in Cameroon has urged operators to improve on the quality of their services.

CHAN 2018: Lions Brace Up For ‘’do or die’’ Match

Angola are the next adversary of the intermediate lions, after they lost their first outing of the African championship against Congo.

PBHev: University Students Are Selling Their Computers

Some University students in Yaounde are allegedly getting rid of their computers by selling them to traders.

South West: Crisis Favours Cocoa Sellers As They Make Huge Benefits

Cocoa producers in the Anglophone regions believe that the Anglophone crisis has favoured their trade with Nigeria.

Security: European Union Wants To Solution Anglophone Crisis

First annual ordinary session on political dialogue between the European Union and Cameroon centres on security and Anglophone crisis.

South West: Effective Classes Have Resumed After Monday January 15 Panic

School children are back in classrooms to concentrate after wild spread rumours of attack on Monday scared them away.

Road Network: FCFA 1500 Billions Cameroon-Chad Railway Project To Go Operational

FCFA 3billions have already been mobilised by the African Development Bank for feasibility studies for the FCFA 1500 road project.

CHAN 2018: Cameroon Lose First Game

The intermediate lions have lost their first encounter of the African Nations Championship to Congo 0-1.

CHU Yaounde: Salaries Of Contract Staff Paid After Strike

After two months without salary, contract workers of the Yaoundé University Teaching Hospital have forced the hand of the Government and grabbed their dues.

2018 Elections: Akere Muna Forms Coalition

Prince Ekosso , Ewehmeh Gilbert and Co, join a coalition headed by Akere Muna ahead of the municipal, legislative and Presidential elections scheduled for this year.