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CATTU Gives Gov’t Ultimatum On Anglophone Education

Speaking during the launch of CATTU’s programme of activities for 2009, Simon Nkwenti, CATTU National Executive Secretary General, regretted the situation of Anglophone technical education, which, he said, is very pathetic. "2009 will see us change strategies. We will be more focused, reactionary and proactive. To say the least, we will be more aggressive," Nkwenti said.  ...Full Article

Nfon Mukete Sues SDO, Mayor Over Land

Nfon Mukete also sued Sheriff Bailiff, Alobwede Ngole Epie, and Manfred Wam Yuh, lessee of a disputed land. In a motion of notice, No. CASWP/61M/1m/2009, Nfon ...Full Article

Gaddafi Invites SCNC

The leaders are Augustine Feh Ndangam for SCAPO, Chief Ette Otun Ayamba for SCNC and Mola Njoh Lithumbe for Southern Cameroons Restoration Government. Meanwhile, the SCNC ...Full Article

ELECAM Appointments: Wrong Questions And Wrong Answers!

Much of the debate that followed the appointment of members of Elections Cameroon, ELECAM, has identified many such scientists. Section 8 (2) of law No.2006/011 of  ...Full Article

Cameroon Tops World Classification In Agroforestry

The revelation was made in Yaounde on February 4 by the Deputy Director General of the World Agroforestry Centre, ICRAF, Dr. Tony Simons. The occasion was ...Full Article

Gov’t, Partners Mobilise Against Avian Influenza

An influenza pandemic could be devastating if sustained virus transmission occurs because there is little or no immune protection in the human population. Highly Pathogenic Avian ...Full Article

Cameroonian Inventor Honoured

Owing to the ingenuity of the inventor, Djilemo was recently awarded the title of the Best Technological Innovation at a trade fair in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. ...Full Article

Kumbo, Wum, Bali Identified As Vulnerable To Child Trafficking

This was revealed in a workshop the officials of the Regional Bureau had with journalists in Bamenda, February 5. The Technical Adviser at the Regional Bureau ...Full Article

Breast Cancer Facts

70 percent will be from developing countries where there is least control and preparedness to harness the growing cancer burden. On May 10 – 11, 2007, ...Full Article

Jakiri Mortuary, Pharmacy Go Operational

Dr. Ndiforchu, in his inaugural speech, said the mortuary will now reduce the high cost of transporting corpses from Bamenda and Shisong mortuaries to Jakiri and ...Full Article
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