President Biya Announces Recruitment Of 500 Translators

Some 500 translators and translator-interpreters will be recruited into the Public Service in fulfillment of one of the National Dialogue proposals. President Paul Biya made the declaration on his Twitter […]

Biya Contradicts Himself Yet Again- Ayah Paul Abine

Two months ago, on September 10, 2019, or thereabouts, President Biya denied there had been any marginalisation of Anglophones: “prétendue (unsubstantiated/unproven) marginalisation”. Today (November 12) in Paris, however, Mr. President […]

Commonwealth Finance Ministers Want Digital Trade Taxed

Commonwealth finance ministers have resolved that member countries should levy taxes on digital commerce to tackle debt. According to the ministers, global trade has intensified, but paradoxically, global debt has […]

Andre Onana Shortlisted For World Best Keeper Award

By Eyongeta Eyong Cameroonian international and Ajax Amsterdam goalkeeper, Andre Onana, has been shortlisted for the inaugural France Football Yachine Trophy, a distinction for the Best goalkeeper in the world. […]

CRCDD Assists Disabled Persons Affected By Anglophone Crisis In Bamenda

(Bamenda-Cameroon) Community Resource Centre for Disabled and Disadvantaged, CRCDD, has donated humanitarian aid to persons living with different forms of disabilities in Bamenda town. The humanitarian gesture, carried out on […]

The World Must Not Sleep-Walk Into Another Debt Crisis-Commonwealth Secretary-General

By Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General Trade wars, protectionism, and nationalist rhetoric are combining to weave the possibility of a nightmare debt crisis that could be worse than any previously experienced. […]

Big Money LIFCA Bows to Meme Works

By Leon C. Kange The Limbe Football Club Association (LIFCA), on the final day of the Southwest mini-interpools put six past city rivals Njalla Quan Sports Academy (NQSA) but it was […]

Persons With Disabilities Narrate Ordeal Surviving Anglophone Crisis

By Kesah Princely Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in the Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon say the Anglophone Crisis has greatly affected their livelihoods. Atlantic Chronicles interviewed two leaders of […]