Kumba ‘beer refugees’ flood other towns

Just as the Southern Cameroon crisis has affected trade, free flow of business and education, it may also, end up a slap on the face to most beer lovers in Kumba who now go for days without a sip, as the seething political upheaval seeps into the drinking economy of K-town. This seems to be […]

Douala Ports Authority begins wreck removal after 3 decades

The operation that was launched last week is the first of such in 30 years is the first of its kind as the Port of Douala-Bonaberi seeks to be more competitive, efficient and attractive in its service delivery. It was launched by the Minister of Transport Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe alongside the Director of […]

Shredded Cameroon can still be recuperated – Nico Halle

Barrister Nico Halle is not a run-of-the-mill personality that can be cajoled into an interview if he perceives that long earned and nurtured reliability is on the line. The current Bar General Assembly president and international peace crusader was recently in Buea for a private function. However, his concern for immediate return to peace and […]

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