ECA International, a specialized firm listed Yaoundé as one of the 10 most expensive cities for expatriates in Africa in its 2016 list published in 14 December. Yaoundé, Cameroon’s political capital is on the 9th spot of the said list with Ndjamena, capital of Chad as the 10th. Others on the list are Luanda, capital […]
Collaboration for a programme to educate and develop youths has been signed between the mobile phone company and the University. The “Youth Programme Initiative” of Vodafone Cameroon has been launched. With the launching, Vodafone Cameroon and the University of Yaounde II entered into a Memorandum of Understanding and signed the agreement last Friday, December 9, […]
The U.S. economy added 175,000 jobs in May, according to a Labor Department report released Friday morning. The nation’s unemployment rate was at 7.6 percent.
Cameroon Education: 700,000 Certificat d’Etudes Primaires, First School Leaving Certificate and the Teacher’s Grade I certificate handed over today by the Minister of Basic Education Youssouf Hadidja Alim
ELECAM’s staff in the Méfou-et-Afamba Division of the Center Region had been urged to begin voting spirits to facilitate the biometric registration of voters when the exercise begins next month in the Division.
Graduating students of the Advanced Teacher Training College (ENS) have been told to have a heart for children by accepting to teach in the most enclaved areas of the county.
7th Edition Of The Live And Vibe: Live Musical Fusion Of Traditional And Urban Music Kicks Off At La Tanière Cabaret In The Bastos Neighborhood In Yaoundé.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has sent words of congratulations to President Paul Biya on the final resolution of the Bakassi affair and his comprehensive management of the floods that have been hitting parts of Cameroon.
President Paul Biya and the visiting UN Special Representative in Central Africa Abu Musa have been reviewing peace and security concerns in the Central African sub-region with a special eye on piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.
UN Women International Consultant for Gender Issues Françoise Coupal who comes back to purpose of the meeting and expresses her satisfaction about the government’s contribution: