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    • Tuesday 22 June
    • Cameroon: Foundation offers books to GBHS Bafoussam

      - 13h46

      The United Bank for Africa Foundation has offered 1000 books to student of the Government Bilingual High School Bafoussam in the Mifi Division, West region.

      They made this donation last Saturday June 19 on school campus.

      These books have been stored at the school library and will be given to the best students at the end of the year.


    • Cameroon: Over 200 cases of measles recorded nationwide

      - 12h54

      Cameroon counts over 200 cases of measles recorded in seven out of the country’s ten region.

      According health officials, the localities of Yokaduma in the East region and Ntui in the Centre are the most hit by the infectious disease.

      Out of the over 200 cases, four deaths have been so far recorded.

    • Cameroon: Shelter Afrique’s 40th AGM enters day-two

      - 11h31

      The 40th Annual General Meeting of Shelter Afrique enters day-two in Yaounde.

      After the opening ceremony yesterday chaired by the Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute, discussions on how to strategize on improving access to decent housing continue this Tuesday under the chair of Cameroon’s Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Celestine ketcha Courtes, current chair of the Shelter Afrique.

    • Cameroon: Elecam launches digital platform today

      - 10h55

      Elections Cameroon, Elecam launches its digital platform this Tuesday June 22.

      The launching ceremony will take place at the institution’s headquarters.

    • Cameroon: 62-year-old sits Probatoire exam in Garoua

      - 10h39

      A 62-year-old man identified as Falai Kulu is sitting this year’s Probatoire General official examination of the French sub system of education at Lycee Djambotou in Garoua, North region.

      The man who hails from Chamba, a village in Garoua believes he can still break the barriers and attain his academic goals.

    • Cameroon: Yaounde Central Hospital newly acquired scanner goes operational

      - 10h28

      A scanner recently acquired by the Yaounde Central Hospital has gone operational.

      This follows its inauguration this Tuesday by the Minister of Public Health, Dr Malachie Manaouda.

    • Monday 21 June
    • Cameroon: Paul Biya enacts law amending, supplementing provisions of 2021 Finance Law

      - 17h29

      The Head of State Paul Biya Monday June 21 signed a decree enacting the law amending and supplementing some provisions of Law N°2020/18 of the 17th of December 2020 Finance Law of the Republic of Cameroon for the 2021 financial year after it was deliberated and adopted by Parliament in the ongoing June Parliamentary session.


    • Cameroon: Gov’t to launch COVID-19 intensive vaccination campaign on July 7

      - 15h01

      The Government of Cameroon will on June 7 launch an intensive vaccination campaign against the COVID-19 pandemic nationwide.

      According to a release signed by the Minister of Public Health, Dr Malachie Manaouda, the campaign is opened to those aged 18 and above and will run til July 11.


    • Cameroon: Audit bench final report on COVID-19 fund management to be published this week

      - 14h47

      The Minister of Finance, Louis Paul Motaze has indicated that the final report of the Audit bench on the management of the FCFA 180 billion allocated for the country’s response mechanism against the deadly COVID-19 pandemic will be out bu the end of this week.

      The Finance boss was speaking Monday June 21 while responding to the preoccupation of SDF’s Joshua Osih at a question and answer session at the National Assembly.


    • Cameroon: 1,500 artistes begin receiving salaries amounting to FCFA 112 million

      - 14h39

      1,500 artistes in Cameroon begin receiving their salaries amounting to FCFA 112 million this Monday June 21, celebrated as World Music Day.

      The information was made known by the president of the Cameroon National Music Art Corporation SONACAM, Ateh Bazore recently on State media.

      According to SONACAM boos, shares will move from FCFA 50,000 to 250,000 for those who double as artistes and producers.


    • Cameroon to host agency for African medicine

      - 14h33

      Cameroon will soon host an agency for African medicine.

      The information was made known this Monday June 21 by a special envoy of the African Union following an audience granted him by the Minister of Public Health, Dr Malachie Manaouda.


    • CAF Cup: Algeria’s JS Kabylie humbles Coton sport 2-1 in semi-final first leg in Yaounde

      - 14h22

      Coton sport of Garoua has bowed to JS Kabylie of Algeria 1-2 in a match counting for the semi final first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium Sunday June 20.

      The second leg will be played in Algeria in one week. To sail to the final, Coton sport will have to lead their Algerian counterparts by two goals because of JS Kabylie’s 2-1 away game victory on the Cameroonian turf.

    • Cameroon, UN Systems launch joint initiative to reduce HIV infections in young girls

      CRTV - 14h07

      The Government of Cameroon and the United Nations Systems have launched a joint initiative to reduce HIV infections in young girls in the country.

      The initiative aims at promoting the education of the girl child and encourage young girls to complete their studies.

      The ceremony yo launch the initiative this Monday June 21 was presided at by the Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute.

      It was attended among others by the Coordinator of the UN Systems in Cameroon.


    • Cameroon celebrates World Music Day

      - 13h42

      Artistes in Cameroon joins their colleagues at the global level to celebrate the 2021 edition of the World Music Day this Monday June 21.

      Due to the current health crisis, celebrations will be low-key like last year.

    • Cameroon: PM Dion Ngute chairs opening ceremony of Shelter Afrique’s 40th AGM

      - 13h16

      Cameroon’s Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute has chaired the opening ceremoiny of the 4oth Annual General Assembly Meeting AGM of Shelter Afrique in Yaounde.

      The seven-day housing symposium will see the country’s Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Celestine Ketcha Courtes receive the mantle of Chairman of the finance institution from Kenya’s Transport, Infrastructure and Housing Cabinet Secretary, James Macharia, previous Chair.

    • Friday 18 June
    • Cameroon fails to make history, bows to record champions Angola at female handball AFCON final 25-15

      - 19h31

      Cameroon’s female handball indomitable lionesses have for the second time in history bowed to 13 times winners of the Senior Women’s Handball Africa Cup of Nations, Angola in the final of the 24th edition of the competition played in Yaounde.

    • Cameroon: One of six abducted Divisional Delegates in Ndian reportedly killed in captivity

      - 18h33

      One of six Divisional Delegates working in Ndian, South West region of Cameroon abducted last Tuesday June 15 by armed separatist is reported to have been killed in captivity.

      The corpse of Johnson Mudika Mabia, Divisional Delegate of the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development was taken to Limbe this afternoon.

      Sources say the head of the fighters that abducted the government officials, ‘Commander’ 10 Kobo earlier said he wasn’t interested in any ransom that could make security forces trace them.

      He added that he was going to use the officials to set an example.

    • Cameroon gets FCFA 106B loan from ADB to finance construction of ring road in NW

      - 18h18

      The Government of Cameroon will get a FCFA 106 billion loan from the African Development Bank for the construction of the Ring Road in the North West region that links six of the seven Divisions of the region and other parts of neighboring Nigeria.

      This is the substance of an agreement that was signed this Friday June 18 between the Government represented by   its Minister Alimine Ousman Mey and the African Development Bank represented by its Director General for Central Africa.

    • Cameroon: Gaelle Enganamouit appointed Team Manager of women’s national team

      - 15h18

      retired International footballer, Gaelle Enganamouit is the new Team Manager of Cameroon’s football lionesses.

      The former lioness was appointed Friday June 18 following a decesion by the Cameroon Football Federation, Fecafoot appointing officials in the women’s national football team.


    • Cameroon: Zabo Gabriel is new head coach of women’s national football team

      - 15h06

      Zabo Gabriel is the new head coach of the female national football team.

      He was appointed Friday June 18 by the Cameroon Football Federation, FECAFOOT to replace Alain Djeumfa.

    • Cameroon: Military announces more operations in Bui to clean it off separatists

      - 14h56

      The Commander of the 5th Joint Military Region, Brigadier General Nka Valere has announced more military operations in Bui in the restive North West region of Cameroon to clean the Department off separatist fighters who have taken up arms against the State.

      General Nka Valere made the announcement last Tuesday June 15 in Kumbo in a mission to size up the situation following a 32-day Special Operation that took elements of the defence and security forces to some camps of separatist fighters in the area.

    • Cameroon battles to make history in female Handball AFCON final today

      - 12h12

      Cameroon’s female handball lionesses will this Friday lock horns with their counterparts from Angola in the final of the ongoing Senior Women’s Handball Africa Cup of Nations.

      The match will be played at the Yaounde Multipurpose Sports Complex in the presence of the Minister of State, Secretary General at the Presidency of the Republic, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, representative of the Head of State.

    • Thursday 17 June
    • Cameroon: Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh to represent Biya at Female Handball AFCON final tomorrow

      - 16h09

      The Minister of State, Secretary General at the Presidency of the Republic, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh will represent the Head of State, Paul Biya at the final of the ongoing Senior Women’s Handball Africa Cup of Nations tomorrow Friday.

      The final will pitch Cameroon and defending champions Angola at the Yaounde Multipurpose Sports Complex.

    • Cameroon: Gov’t says vaccination is only sure way to guarantee herd COVID-19 immunity

      - 13h41

      The Government of Cameroon has once again reassured the population on the efficiency of the COVID-19 vaccines available on its soil to provide them with the immunity they need against the deadly COVID-19 virus.

      The reassurance was given Wednesday June 16 during a joint press conference by the Minister of Public Health, Dr Malachie Manaouda and his counterpart from the Ministry of Communication, Rene Emmanuel Sadi.

      The joint press conference aimed at wearing off the fears of the population on the vaccine in a bit to encourage those who are still hesitating to take the vaccine.



    • Female Handball AFCON: Cameroon faces Angola in final for second time after 2004

      - 13h26

      The indomitable lionesses of Cameroon will lock horns with their counterparts from Angola tomorrow Friday June 18 at the final of the ongoing Senior Women’s Handball Africa Cup of Nations in Yaounde.

      The girls of Serge Christian Guebogo urged their semifinal opponents, Congo 22 to 21 to grab the ticket for the final.

      On the other hand, Angola beat Tunisia to move to the final.

    • Cameroon: National Assembly advocates for child protection against multi-forms of violence

      - 13h22

      Members if the National Assembly have called on all to break the silence and report cases of abuse and other forms of violence meted out on children.

      The call was made during a special plenary sitting yesterday June 16 on the occasion of the 31st edition of the Day of the African Day.

      The session aimed at creating a better framework that caters for children’s welfare.

    • World Bank supports Cameroon’s drive toward boosting inclusive growth

      - 13h13

      The Government of Cameroon and the World Bank have signed a loan agreement for the funding of growth worth FCFA 54.182 billion.

      The agreement which will enable Cameroon boost her inclusive growth was signed in Yaounde Wednesday June 16 between the Minister of Economy and the Country Representative of the World Bank.

    • Cameroon: Child dies after falling from school building’s third floor

      - 13h05

      A nine-year-old girl has lost her life after she fell from the third floor of the building of her school last Tuesday in Bepanda, Douala.

      According to sources, the hild was playing with her mates when when of them mistakenly pushed her down the balcony.

    • Wednesday 16 June
    • Cameroon: PM Dion Ngute chairs first ordinary session of NDB tomorrow

      - 17h55

      The Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute will tomorrow Thursday June 17 preside over the first ordinary session of the National Decentralization Board at the Star building.


    • Cameroon: Post and Telecommunication boss on working visit to Buea

      - 17h53

      The Minister of Post and Telecommunications, Minette Libom Li Keng is on athree-day working visit to Buea in the South West region of Cameroon.
      During the visit which started today, the Minister is expected to launch the second phase of the National Campaign for the promotion of Cybersecurity, Culture and Sensitization on the Responsible use of Social Media Networks.
      This Wednesday, she was at the Buea Council with a presentation of what the campaign is all about.

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