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    • Wednesday 24 April
    • Cameroon wages war against deforestation

      CRTV - 12h54

      The Minister of Forestry and Wild life Jules Doret Ndongo has launched the 2019 edition of the National tree planting campaign in Garoua. The locality has been under the threat of desertification as a result of over felling trees. As part of activities for this year’s edition, about 220,000 trees will be planted across the country.

    • U-17 AFCON 2019: Baby lions play Angola today

      - 12h51

      The cadet lions today play their semi-final game with Angola in the ongoing U-17 African Football cup in Tanzania. Prior to today’s encounter, the lions U-17 squad had their training session yesterday with Coach Thomas Libiih encouraging them to put everything in their favour to make it to the finals.

    • Cameroon: Workshop on forest management opens in Mfou

      CRTV - 12h50

      Some youths in Mfou, Centre region of Cameroon yesterday began a training on the process of exploitation and management of Community forests. The training which is done through a 7-day workshop is organized by Technical Centre of the community Forest in partnership with the Ministry of Forestry and Wild life.

    • Cameroon: IMF officials visit Cameroon

      CRTV - 12h49

      A team of the IMF visiting mission to Cameroon on Tuesday met with the Ministers of Finance and that of the Economy in Yaounde. At the end of their meeting, they made an assessment of Cameroon’s fiscal stability, which they qualified of good enough, though much needs to be done to get down on public spending.

    • Cameroon celebrates world Book Day

      CRTV - 12h48

      Cameroon joined the International community Tuesday April 23, 2019 to commemorate the World Book Day, an annual event celebrated every April 23, organized by UNESCO to promote reading, publications and author’s rights. In Cameroon, the Ministry of Arts and culture has organized activities to mark this day.

    • Tuesday 23 April
    • Cameroon: Government hits back at EU Parliament resolutions on Anglophone crisis

      - 09h45

      The Minister of Communication Rene Emmanuel Sadi Monday in a press conference condemned the resolutions arrived at by the European Union Parliament. He described them as biased, unfounded and sponsored by forces with a hidden agenda.

    • Cameroon: Douala University Institute of Technology classified Cameroon’s best

      CRTV - 09h43

      The Douala University Institute of Technology has been classified Cameroon’s best Higher Institute in terms of Academic performance. The information was made known yesterday in Yaounde during a University Rectors seminar to restitute the 2018 results of the academic year,  chaired by Prof Jacques Fame Ndongo.

    • Cameroon: Paul Biya calls on Cameroonians to be patriotic

      Twitter - 09h41

      The President of the Republic Paul Biya on Monday April 22, 2019 in a tweet called on Cameroonians to continue showing proves of patriotism despite the “truncated” resolutions of the European Union Parliament that is reportedly on a mission to hurt rather than heal the situation in the North West and South West.

    • Cameroon: MINDCAF, World Bank discuss land reforms

      CRTV - 09h40

      The Minister of State property survey and land tenure Henry Eyebe Ayissi and World Bank country Director Elizabeth yesterday in an audience discussed land reforms in the country, laying emphasis on the need to accelerate access to land by women and youths who make up the vulnerable group.

    • Sports: FECAFOOT boss assesses 100days at its head

      - 09h38

      The President of the Cameroon Football Federation Seidou Mbombo Njoya yesterday granted his first official press briefing to media men. During the conference, he made an assessment of all what he had been able to realize or and solve so far at the head of the Federation.

    • Monday 22 April
    • U-17 AFCON 2019: Lions to play Angola in semi-finals

      - 10h22

      Cameroon’s U-17 men’s football team will play against Angola for the semi-finals of the ongoing U-17 AFCON 2019 in Tanzania. In their third and last Group game played on Sunday April 21, 2019, the lions draw against Senegal and maintained their top position in Group B with 7points

    • Cameroonians celebrate Easter Sunday

      - 10h20

      Cameroon Sunday April 21, 2019 joined the rest of the Christian community worldwide to commemorate the resurrection of their lord Christ Jesus in what they call Easter. Easter Sunday marks the triumphant resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, three days after his crucifixion.

    • Cameroon: Paul Biya offers hospital equipment for urban, rural areas

      CRTV - 10h17

      Hospital equipment and material worth 8million cfa francs will from today be distributed to medical facilities in urban and rural areas. The grant is provided by the Head of State to the Ministry of Public Health as part of measures to ease the implementation of the Universal health coverage in Cameroon.

    • U-18, U-20 African athletic championship: Cameroon comes up with two medals

      CRTV - 10h15

      The U-18 and U-20 African athletic championship have ended in Abidjan Cote d’Ivoir. Cameroon finished the competition with one silver and one bronze medal in the U-18 championships and non in the U-20.

    • Cameroon observes World Earth Day

      - 10h14

      Cameroon today joins the rest of the world to observe the World Earth Day. It is a day of political action and civic participation. People march, sign petitions, meet with their elected officials, plant trees, and clean up their towns and roads.

    • Thursday 18 April
    • Cameroon: Vera Songwe to visit Cameroon’s International Relations Institute

      CRTV - 10h51

      The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic commission for Africa enter day two of her three-day working visit to Cameroon. Vera Songwe will today lecture on Regional integration and digital economy at the International Relations Institute of Cameroon. She was received yesterday in separate audiences by Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute, External Relations boss Lejeune Mbella Mbella and Finance Minister Louis Paul Motaze.

    • Cameroon: Public health Minister launches activities ahead of World Malaria Day

      CRTV - 10h49

      The Minister of Public health Manaouda Malachie on Wednesday April 17, 2019 launched activities to mark the 12th edition of the World Malaria Day. The Day which is an international observance commemorated every year on April 25, recognizes global efforts to control malaria.

    • U-17 AFCON 2019: U-17 lions to play second game

      CRTV - 10h47

      Cameroon’s under 17 football lions will this Thursday play their second match in the ongoing U-17 African cup of Nations in Tanzania against Morocco. A win will propel the boys of Thomas Libiih to the second round of the tournament and eventually qualify them for the U-17 World cup in Brazil billed for this year.

    • Cameroon: Nobel peace prize winner leaves Cameroon

      CRTV - 10h46

      Noble peace prize laureate Leymh Gbowee granted a press briefing yesterday April 17, 2019 that marked the end of her four-day working visit to Cameroon, on invitation by UN women and African Union. Speaking at the gathering, she called on Cameroonian women to be leading advocates for peace in the North West and South West Regions of the Country.

    • Cameroon: PM presides at opening ceremony of Mungo Festival

      CRTV - 10h44

      On high instructions of His Excellency Paul Biya, the Prime Minister Head of Government Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute today presides at the opening ceremony of the first edition of the Mungo Festival in the Littoral Region of Cameroon.

    • Wednesday 17 April
    • Cameroon: Over ten shops razed by fire in East Region

      CRTV - 09h45

      Over ten shops have been damaged by a fire outbreak in Batouri in the Kadei Division of the East Region of Cameroon early this morning. According to sources, the outburst of flames in a shop affected nearby buildings built of wood. The material damage is said to be enormous, but no human life was lost.

    • Cameroon: 7th edition of Coffee fair on

      CRTV - 09h44

      The Minister of Trade Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana Tuesday April 16, 2019 launched the 7th edition of the coffee festival. Speaking on the occasion, he exalted coffee producers to persevere in order to benefit from the potential made available to them by the Government to increase production of coffee in Cameroon.

    • Cameroon commemorates World haemophilia day

      - 09h43

      Cameroon today joins the International community to commemorate the World Haemophilia Day under the theme outreach and identification. It is an international awareness day for haemophilia and other bleeding disorders, held annually on April 17. Activities to mark this day in the country were launched Wednesday April 10, 2019.

    • Noble prize laureate on peace mission to Cameroon

      CRTV - 09h42

      Liberian born and noble peace prize Leymah Roberta Gbowee yesterday held separate talks with the Minister of Women’s empowerment and the family Marie Therese Abena Ondoua and the Minister of external relations Lejeune Mbella Mbella. She advised Cameroonians to work for peace to reign in the country, arguing that war has never been a solution to socio-economic problems in any country.


    • Cameroon: U-17 brace up for 2nd Match against Morocco

      CRTV - 09h41

      Cameroon’s U-17 lions continue training this Wednesday ahead of their 2nd group game in the U-17 AFCON in Tanzania. The boys of Thomas Libiih need a win to directly sail through the next round of the competition. In their first match, they beat Guinea 2goals to nil.

    • Tuesday 16 April
    • 2019 U17 AFCON: Cameroon’s lions secure their first victory

      Crtv - 10h25

      Cameroon’s Under 17 football lions picked their first victory in the ongoing U17 Africa cup of Nations in Tanzania, defeating Guiney Conakry two goals to nil. They presently top their group with three points, while waiting for the next match against Morocco.

    • Cameroon: Preparations for Hadj 2019 begin

      Crtv - 10h24

      The Minister of territorial administration, Paul Atanga Nji, chairman of the National commission on Hadj has Monday chaired the preparatory meeting with pilgrim guide in a bid to ease the journey to the Muslim Holy land. Close to 3000 pilgrims are said to take the pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia this year.

    • Cameroon: Four-day restricted evaluation textbook session opens in Yaounde

      Crtv - 10h22

      More than 40 textbooks intended for use by students of “Seconde” in the French speaking sub-system of education in Cameroon are under scrutiny in Yaounde. The session brings together members of the National Council for the approval of textbooks and didactic materials. The textbooks approved will be valid for six school years.

    • Cameroon: Council of National orders scrutinize over 10,000 application files

      Crtv - 10h21

      Members of the council of National orders have begun meeting in Yaounde to examine over 10,000 application files for different categories of medals, out of which some 3350 medals will be awarded on the occasion of this year’s 20th May celebration.

    • Cameroon: Water and energy boss visits Mekin hydro-electric dam project

      Crtv - 10h19

      The Minister of Water and Energy Gaston Eloundou Effa Monday April 15, 2019, met with actors involved in the production and exploitation of energy in the Mekin hydro-electric dam project. During the visit, solutions to some technical and environmental problems hindering the smooth exploitation of the dam were sought out.

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