Cameroon’s leader in the foods and beverages sector, Nestlé Cameroun, on August 3, donated a consignment of COVID-19 preventive kits to Douala IV Municipality, worth over FCFA 10 million, to aid the local community in the fight against COVID-19.
The new team, among other things, has promised to revive the once buoyant Buea Mountain Club to its former glory, where people will feel proud to belong and associate.
The Cameroon Community Media Network, CCMN, has embarked on a two-year training project, aimed at equipping it members with practical skills and guides on humanitarian reporting. The Humanitarian Reporting Project […]
Creativity has always been his passion from childhood. “I loved beauty, nature, arts etc. and I knew one day I will get to realise this dream of telling stories through photos”, he said.
The singer, songwriter and promoter of budding talents revealed that the album to comprise eight soul touching songs will feature renowned female Cameroonian gospel singer, Sister Teke Elizabeth.
According to the Secretary-General of MINCOM, his ministry received FCFA 100 million out of FCFA 300 million they requested. Prof. Felix Zogo stated that the amount was raised to FCFA 420 million by a Prime Ministerial decree in relation to financial allocations to institutions concerned with Government strategy to fight Covid-19.
The Confederation of African Football, CAF, has confirmed the venue and format change for the 24th Edition of the 2019/20 Champions League semifinals and final following Cameroon’s withdrawal as host.
The Mayor of Kumbo Council, Dr Venasius Mborong, has in a tour in Kumbo, urged denizens to strive for a return to normalcy, for children to return to school, parents to resume their business and agricultural activities, so that Kumbo as a whole, can gain back its fame and prestige as the epicentre of Cameroon’s excellence in education.
Mikel Arteta thanked Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola after Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup final to give the Head Coach what he described as the best moment of his career.
Housed in an ultramodern structure in Buea, Capital of Cameroon’s Southwest region, CCREAD operates three permanent departments, alongside other training programmes, through which hundreds of beneficiaries are trained and equipped annually.