Fairmont & ALL – Accor Live Limitless Launch ‘Beyond LIMITS’: A New Collection of Boundary-Pushing Experiences Across North & Central America

UNEXPECTED, LIMITED-TIME EXPERIENCES TAKE TRAVELERS ON EXCLUSIVE JOURNEYS AIMED AT ACTIVATING THE SENSES, AND INSPIRING AWE & WONDER Toronto, Canada, Nov. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fairmont Hotels & Resorts announces the official debut of ‘Beyond LIMITS’, an exciting new collection of first-of-their-kind, awe-inspiring experiences available exclusively at iconic Fairmont properties, and other ALL – […]

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Jerry Tshabalala ecstatic about Mamelodi Sundowns’ ruthless form

Mamelodi Sundowns ended their CAF Women’s Champions League group stage campaign with a 4-0 bashing of TP Mazembe in Marrakech on Sunday and head coach Jerry Tshabalala is delighted about their perfect start. After earlier 2-1 and 5-0 victories over Bayelsa Queens and Wadi Degla respectively, Sundowns only needed a draw to confirm their semi-final berth but the South Africans thrashed Marcello Kadiamba’s side to continue in their rich vein of ruthless form. Having guaranteed their progression in style, the excited manager reflected on their healthy triumph over the Congolese.…

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Stratégie Nationale de Développement 2020 – 2030

Avec l’adoption de la présente Stratégie Nationale de Développement-Cameroun 2030 (SND30), le pays dispose désormais d’un nouveau cadre de référence des interventions de tous les acteurs de développement, y compris les Partenaires Techniques et Financiers du Cameroun pour les dix prochaines années. “Nous nous réjouissons du processus participatif qui a été mis en place avec les différentes composantes de la société camerounaise (les parlementaires, les élus locaux, le Secteur Privé, la Société Civile) et les Partenaires Techniques et Financiers, pour aboutir l’élaboration du présent document. Nous sommes heureux de constater…

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UNOWAS Magazine N18 – September 2022

UNOWAS/CNMC : 20 years of commitment for the promotion of peace and conflict prevention On the 30th of August, UNOWAS and CNMC celebrated 20 years of engagement in the prevention of conflict and the consolidation of peace in West Africa and the Sahel. This monumental occasion was used as an opportunity to revisit the critical work of UNOWAS and CNMC and showcase the major achievements that have been accomplished in the past 20 years. In attendance were former SRSGs Ahmedou Ould Abdallah, Said Djinnit (remotely), Mohamed Ibn Chambas; SRSG Wane…

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Marcello Kadiamba unhappy with TP Mazembe crumbling

TP Mazembe head coach Marcello Kadiamba says he and his players are unhappy with the manner of their 4-0 defeat to Mamelodi Sundowns in Marrakech on Sunday. The Congolese made a dream start to the eight-club competition, subduing Egyptian side Wadi Degla 1-0 in their opening match but shockingly crumbled 2-0 to Nigerian champions Bayelsa Queens. Keeping in mind that a win would guarantee their progress, the Central Africans couldn’t upset the odds as they bowed to a humiliation against Cup holders and the 71-year-old manager insists the result did…

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Carine Atezambong and Idrissa Koné, journey of mothers and referees

“Wonder Women” can best define these two prides of African refereeing, Carine Atezambong Fomo and Fanta Idrissa Koné. Two international assistant referees but also two extraordinary mothers with similar destinies. Football fields and international competitions, they know a lot. They might have lost count of the number of matches they have refereed in their careers. “I officiated several matches for both men and women,” explained Fomo, who has been an international assistant referee since 2014. “Just this year 2022, I participated in the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, I…

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Traders Say Equatorial Guinea Border Closure Ahead of Elections Hurts Business

Traders in the Cameroon town of Kiossi, on the border with Equatorial Guinea, say business is suffering after the land border was closed last week ahead of November 20 elections. Equatorial Guinea says it closed the border to prevent what it calls “infiltration of mercenaries who want to destabilize the elections.” Political analysts say President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who came to power in a 1979 coup and is Africa’s longest still-serving leader, is sure to win. Several hundred citizens from Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea, most of them merchants, say…

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