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SG Sustainable Oils Cameroon Gaining Grounds, Changing Lives In Nguti

By Ernest Sumelong After an initial period of mistrust and resistance, SG Sustainable Oils Cameroon, SG SOC Limited, an oil palm plantation corporation run by an American company, is giving a new lease of life to the people of Nguti, a Sub-division in the outskirts of Kumba, along the Mamfe road. Hidden in this enclave area, is a multi-billion ...Full Article

MINEP Presents Road Map For 2011

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Minister of Environment and the Protection of Nature, MINEP, Pierre Hele, has presented the synopsis of the road map of the ministry for 2011. ...Full Article

Fighting Illegal Wood Exploiters In Southeast Cameroon

By Fidelis Pegue Manga Illegal wood exploiters operating along Cameroon’s borders with Congo Brazzaville are no longer at ease following efforts to stop their activities. A mission organised by ...Full Article

Degassing May Render Lake Nyos Safe

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Degassing May Render Lake Nyos Safe

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Degassing May Render Lake Nyos Safe

By Leocadia Bongben People living around Lake Nyos may finally start feeling safer when two degassing pipes start pumping 600,000 tons of carbon dioxide out of the lake in ...Full Article

Mefou Park Marvels Cameroonian-Americans

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Mefou National Park in the Mefou and Afamba Division of the Centre Region was January 1 the centre of attraction to some Cameroonian-Americans and others ...Full Article

53 Poachers Arrested As 17 Ivory Tusks Are Seized

By Fidelis Pegue Manga A total of 53 poachers were arrested and sent to stand trial in Yokadouma and Abong Mbang – two urban towns in Southeast Cameroon, in ...Full Article

WWF Pays FCFA 3.08 Million To Nine Villages

By Francis Tim Mbom Inhabitants of some nine villages in the West Coast and Limbe II Sub Divisions, recently received FCFA 3.08 million from the World Wildlife Fund for ...Full Article

Nkol-Evodo Women Nursing Eru Against Climate Uncertainties

By Leocadia Bongben Farmers could get consolation from the cultivation of gnetum africanum, locally known as eru, or okok as a way of forgetting poor harvest occasioned by climate ...Full Article
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