Continental Competitions This Weekend

Panthere and Unisport will be involved in the confederations cup while Cosmos will be engaged in the champion’s league for the return leg. Matches counting for the preliminary round of the African Champions League and Confederations Cup will take place in stadia across the continent this weekend. Panthere, the unfortunate finalist at the 2014 edition of the Cup of Cameroon, will be travelling to Rwanda to take on local side Rayon Sports in an encounter counting for the return leg of the preliminary round of the confederations cup. In the…

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East Region – CAR Refugees Integrate, Begin Reconciliation

In Gado Badzere Camp near Garoua Boulai, the thousands of men and women have put their recent traumatic past behind them. To the over 21,000 Central African Republic, CAR, refugees in the 55-heactare Gado Badzere Camp near Garoua Boulai in Lom and Djerem Division of East Region, life has begun all over. This follows the violence they suffered back home before fleeing to Cameroon. Their ordeal began in March 2013 when Michel Djotodia and his Seacuteleacuteka rebels seized power from President Frnccedilois Bozizeacute in Bangui. Then followed a long spell…

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Feasibility Studies of the Yaounde, Douala Stadiums Near Completion

The contract will be signed at the end of the process to kick start construction work. Construction work on the Yaounde and Douala ultra modern stadiums will soon begin. After signing a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education, the China Machinery and Equipment Company set to work immediately designing three models for each of the stadiums which were submitted to government inter-ministerial committee for approval. Of the six, two were retained one for Yaounde and the other for Douala. After the adoption of the model,…

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Venturing Into Former Séléka Heartland

Cameroon Tribune, in a UN convoy, undertook the 150-km ride from Garoua Boulai on the border in the East Region of Cameroon to Bouar in the Central African Republic, CAR. Contrary to recurrent rumours in some quarters, travelling on portions of the Garoua Boulai-Bangui highway poses no security challenges. This is thanks to UN MINUSCA peacekeeping troops under the command of Cameroonian-born Major General Martin Chomu Tumenta. On Sunday, February 15, 2015, Cameroon Tribune joined a United Nations convoy of five four-wheel drive Toyota jeeps on the 150 km-‘foolhardy’ trip…

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Insightful Launch of New Judicial Year

The solemn ceremony on Thursrday February 26, 2015 was an opportunity for new leaders to set their work pace. The 2015 judicial year has officially taken off in the country on the banner of the place of the judge in a State of law like Cameroon. The solemn reopening of the Supreme Court for the ongoing year took place at the ceremonial hall of the Supreme Court yesterday February 26, 2015 in the presence of the administrative, legislative and judicial arms of government led by their respective heads. Diplomatic representation…

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National Institute for Vocational Trainers – Government, Korea Lay Foundation Stone

Minister Zacharie Perevet chaired the ceremony in Yaounde on February 25, 2015. The government of Cameroon, through the Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Zacharie Perevet, has expressed gratitude for the life-changing Korean gift of a National Institute for Vocational Trainers and Programme Development. Laying the foundation stone in Yaounde on February 25, 2015, on behalf of the Prime Minister, Head of Government, Philemon Yang, Zacharie Perevet rejoiced over the friendly cooperation Cameroon enjoys with South Korea, saying the project was proof of such exemplary ties. Amidst a cream of…

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