2012 Mount Cameroon Eruption – Cameroon Radio reports of ashes and flames seen flaring into the air out of Mount Cameroon in a seemingly brief volcanic explosion
Over 360 National and Foreign Craftsmen Expected in Yaounde Exhibition. Some 360 craftsmen selected from the ten regions of Cameroon, some African countries and Turkey, will showcase their talents at the International Handicrafts Exhibition of Cameroon (SIARC) that begins in the capital city, Yaounde on Tuesday, January 24, 2012.
AfricaRice – Canada To Sponsor Rice Post-harvest Project in Cameroon. The government of Canada through the Canada International Development Agency (CIDA), will sponsor a Rice Post-harvest Project in Cameroon, the bi-weekly local English Language newspaper, The Post reported, Monday, September 5, 2011.
Cameroon Muslims today join their brethren the world over for the month-long Ramadan fast.
A shocking practice undertaken by mothers of teenage girls in Cameroon is to iron their breats to make them less attractive to men.
Cameroon Culture News: Breast Ironing Practice In Cameroon Condemned. A shocking practice undertaken by mothers of teenage girls in Cameroon is to iron their breats to make them less attractive to men.
Latest archeological discoveries on Central African History reveal that people had settled in Cameroon 5000 tears ago.
A 13 member Chinese delegation is touring Cameroon to foster cultural transfers between the two countries.
European Union Provides FCFA 16.727 Billion To Develop Cameroon’s Rural Areas. The European Union has provided an assistance of FCFA 16.727 billion to develop remote areas in the East, Far North and North West Regions of Cameroon within the framework of the four-year Rural Development Program.
Cameroon Health News: African Swine Fever Hits Cameroon. Cameroonian swine farmers may lose around 100,000 pigs due to the attack of African Swine Fever which has been reported in the country.