TimeLine Layout

November, 2019

  • 14 November

    SW FECAFOOT Scribe Visits Clubs Ahead Of New Season

      By Basil K Mbuye The Secretary General of the Southwest FECAFOOT bureau, Syvester Esowe Muambo, has began a tour to visit clubs in the Region. The Scribe made his first stop at the Buea Police field opposite the Regional Hospital on Thursday, November 14. Going by the Scribe, this …

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  • 13 November

    Buea United FC Set For Pre-season Tour In Douala

    By Basil K Mbuye Southwest Regional League side Buea United FC, BUFC, have announced a pre-season friendly against Littoral Regional League side Equipe Saint Julio of Douala. The game will take place on Friday, November 15, at the Makepe Terrain Cours Supreme in Douala. The game scheduled to start at …

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  • 13 November

    CEMAC: BEAC commits to easing new exchange regulation for oil companies

    (Business in Cameroon) – In an effort to establish a constructive dialogue and resolve differences of interpretation, Mr Abbas Mahamat Tolli (photo) invited extractive industry operators to identify more clearly and specifically the points of concern so that due easing will be made to this monetary policy instrument without, however, questioning …

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  • 13 November

    Oil & gas: Cameroon lost XAF314 billion of revenues in 2017

    (Business in Cameroon) – In 2017, the Cameroonian public treasury lost at least XAF314.6 billion of revenues in the hydrocarbon sector, according to a report published by the national hydrocarbon sector SNH and the ministry of finance. This revenue loss was due to two main reasons namely tax expenditures and …

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  • 13 November

    Investment Fund Africa50 Interested In The Cameroonian Gas And Airport Sectors

    (Business in Cameroon) – On the sidelines of the 2nd Africa Investment Forum organized by the African Development Bank (AfDB), from 11 to 13 November in Johannesburg, South Africa, Alain Ebobissé (photo), Managing Director of the investment fund Africa50, said that after the hydropower sector, the organization he leads has …

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  • 13 November

    Security challenges and the May 2019 Fire At SONARA Slowed Cameroon’s 2019 Economic Growth (+3.9%)

    (Business in Cameroon) – On November 8, 2019, at the end of the 5th review of its three-year economic and financial programme (2017-2019) with Cameroon, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expressed its satisfaction with the Cameroonian government’s implementation of the said programme. The delegation also took this opportunity to reveal …

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  • 13 November

    SW Regional League Clubs Intensify Training Ahead Of New Season

    By Basil K Mbuye With the new season of the Southwest Regional Football championship yet to be given an official date to commence, clubs in the region have intensified their training sessions. Going by the National FECAFOOT bureau, Regional Leagues are to commence from November 27.  It is from this …

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  • 13 November

    Cameroonian Companies Witness High Activity Cessation Rate – Survey

    APAnews  | The results of a survey in Cameroon published Monday by the National Institute of Statistics (INS) suggest an overall rate of 36 percent cessation of operations among companies set up in the country between 2009 and 2016. Thus, out of 6,458 targeted companies, 2,316 have closed down, almost all (about …

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  • 13 November

    Motorcycle Taxi Protest Paralyzes Cameroon’s Capital

    YAOUNDE VOA  | Thousands of motorcycle taxi drivers blocked streets in Cameroon’s capital on Tuesday, after city officials barred the bikers from accessing certain commercial and residential areas. Officials say the restrictions are needed for security reasons. The bikers say the cutoff hurts their livelihoods. Defying a strong presence of anti-riot police throughout …

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  • 13 November

    France’s Macron Urged To Take Action In Cameroon Anglophone Crisis

      Deutsche Welle  | A group of scholars and human rights advocates has used the launch of the Paris Peace Forum to pressure President Macron to use France’s “considerable influence” to help bring Cameroon’s ongoing conflict to an end. A group of scholars, writers and human rights advocates have penned an open …

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