Yaoundé - 21 October 2017 -

Orange Cameroon ends conflict with Camtel by paying "disputed invoice" of CFA1.6 billion

The conflict between Orange Cameroon and Camtel, the public telecommunication operator which holds the monopoly over the optic fiber’s management, seems...
Thursday 19 October 2017Health

Cameroonian Catherine Bilong becomes the first Central African national to join the French Academy of Pharmacy

On October 4, 2017, Dr. Catherine Bilong, chief medical officer of the biochemistry section of "centre pasteur" in Cameroon, was officially notified...
Thursday 19 October 2017Agriculture

WFP and Israel join forces to facilitate access to agricultural training centers and schools in Israel for Cameroonian executives

To enable Cameroon’s agricultural experts benefit from the experience of Israel in Agricultural development, Israel’s ambassador to Cameroon, Ran Gidor,...
Thursday 19 October 2017Finance

Cameroon: Three microfinance institutions placed under provisional administration in 10 months

The Cameroonian Moïse Nzemen is no more the managing director of the country’s mutual savings bank. Indeed, Cobac, Central Africa’s banking sector’s...
Wednesday 18 October 2017Transport

The Northern part of Cameroon has been the main hub in domestic freights in 2016

Cameroon’s aviation authority revealed that 38% of the country domestic freights in 2016 took off from Garoua and Maroua-Salaka airports, in the northern...
Wednesday 18 October 2017Telecom

Camtel disconnected Orange Cameroon from the optical fiber again, defying the regulatory body’s order

The Cameroon subsidiary of Orange's subscribers were once again unable to make calls, send SMS or conduct mobile money operations for most of the day on...
Wednesday 18 October 2017Employment

Aviation Fellowship for Youth in Africa wishes to popularize aviation professions

There is an important lack of human resources in the sector of aviation in Cameroon and most of African countries, according to the Aviation Fellowship...
Wednesday 18 October 2017Energy

Cameroon: 440, 000 gas cylinders imported to replenish a reserve of more than 70% defective cylinders

According to the organization of Cameroon’s petroleum professionals (Gpp), gas marketers have imported 440,000 new gas cylinders since January 2017....
Tuesday 17 October 2017Transport

Cameroon’s air freight sector has grown by 76% in 2016, according to the aviation authority

In 2016, air freight reached 25, 505 tons against 15, 000 tons in 2015. This is a growth of more than 10,500 tons or 76% compared to its level in...

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