Almost 10% of Cameroonians Affected by Food...

Ten percent of Cameroonians are afflicted with food shortage and malnutrition. In a recent strategic review in Cameroon on food and nutrition security, it was reported that 9.6 percent of the Cameroonians are very much affected by this concern. The said report was presented during a ceremony which is intended to guide interventions of the […]

Cameroonian President Paul Biya to Visit Italy

The Cameroonian president, Paul Biya, will have a state visit to Italy on March 20 until March 22, 2017 at the invitation of Italian president, Sergio Mattarella.  The visit was announced by Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, the Secretary General of the Office of the President, through a press release. The said state visit comes after almost […]

Bamenda Food Market Burned Down, Cause Unknown

Fire at Bamenda Food Market occurred on early morning of Tuesday, March 14, 2017. At least ten shops at the Bamenda Food market have been burnt down with bags of sugar, rice, “Garri”, and other products vanished in the fire whose cause is yet unknown. Locals within the vicinity alleged that they saw odd light […]

Cameroon Authorises Importation of 95,000 Tons of...

The production in Cameroon of palm oil has decreased by an estimate of 30%, basically due to undesirable climate conditions. The Association of Oleaginous Refineries of Cameroon and the Regulatory Committee on the Oleaginous sector plan to retain this drop in the production in 2017. Jacquis Kemleu Tchagbou, General Secretary of ASROC disclosed that the […]

Cameroon’s Penja Pepper Receives Protected Geographical Indications...

Penja pepper is Cameroon’s pride and one Africa’s highly successful geographically protected crops. The region’s very particular micro climate makes the flavor of penja pepper very distinct. After receiving the certification from the African Intellectual Property Organisation, its production has tremendously increased in three years period. Michel Gonomy of the African Intellectual Property Organisation stated […]