Cameroonian student scoops top language prize

Cameroonian post graduate student Tsomejio Atsah has won an international Chinese teaching award at Shanghai International Studies University. The Shanghai Normal University student claimed the prize from 18 foreign competitors, who were studying Chinese language in Shanghai and Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces. Atsah was the foreign students’ champion after defeating …

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Turkey And European Union Need Each Other

  By Cyriacus Njukang* Turkey has been a candidate country to join the European Union since 2005. What was once an exciting and promising new chapter in the country’s relations with the rest of Europe has since entailed more disappointment, an ever-growing lack of confidence and bumps in the road …

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Cameroon: Eight officials sanctioned for falsifying text books

Some eight officials from the COSMAS Educational Press Limited have been sanctioned for falsifying homologated school text books in Cameroon. According to a report from Cameroon’s state media, the sanction was announced by the country’s Minister of Secondary Education Jean Ernest Ngalle Bibehe.   In his statement, Minister Bibehe indicated …

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GCE Board Registrar Escapes Ambush

The Registrar of the General Certificate of Education, GCE, Board, Dr. Humphrey Ekema Monono, narrowly escaped an ambush while doing sports in the early morning of Sunday, July 30. Speaking to The Post in his office on August 1, Dr. Monono said usually leaves his house for jogging around 5.30am. …

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