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Year of no learning in Cameroon

Cameroonian Prime Minister Philemon Yang’s recent weeklong mission to the Northwest has failed to resolve a protracted schools’ crisis. Schools remain closed in one of the two English speaking regions, where lawyers and teachers have remained on strike since late last year. During his five-day sojourn, Mr Yang held talks …

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Technical Education: Hurdles Persist

Lack of facilities like laboratories is a cause for reflection. If need for vocational and technical training has never been felt it has now become the single most crucial element that can push forward the nation into emergence. Currently, talks in the country centre on how best to harmonise the …

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Abandoned vehicles and containers’ auctions at the Port of Douala whets the appetite of fraudsters

In an official press release just made public, the deputy Minister of Finance, Elung Paul Ché, denounces the activities of “ill-intentioned people organised into networks”, who “use multiple tricks and subterfuges to con senior civil servants of the Republic and economic operators, promising them the acquisition, under preferential conditions, of …

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