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September, 2020

  • 15 September

    Cameroon coach names 10 new players for Japan friendly

      The East African  | Cameroon head coach, Antonio Conceiçao da Silva Oliveira, has named a 32-man preliminary squad ahead of a friendly against Japan in the Netherlands next month. The squad features 10 new players who will be appearing in the flagship selection for the first time. The newcomers include two …

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  • 15 September

    Cameroon opens office in France to support the diaspora willing to invest in their country of origin

    Business in Cameroon  | On September 9, 2020, André-Magnus Ekoumou (photo), Cameroon’s ambassador to France, announced the creation of an office that will provide support to the diaspora willing to invest in Cameroon. The release published by the official in that regard does not explain the type of support the bureau will …

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  • 15 September

    Customs busts a notable whiskey counterfeiting network in the South West

      Business in Cameroon  | On September 10, 2020, customs authorities published a communique informing that they have seized empty bottles and cardboards which were to be used in the manufacture of counterfeit whiskey in Mudeka, the South West region. The images published with the communique show that the equipment seized were …

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  • 15 September

    At NQSA, We Blend Sports And Studies – Njalla Quan Jr.

        By Basil K Mbuye The President of Njalla Quan Sports Academy, NQSA, Henry Njalla Quan Junior, has reiterated that the institution blends sports and academy to create footballers with brains. He was speaking during a three-day catch-up recruitment process that took place from September 10 to September 12 …

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  • 15 September

    FECAFOOT SGs Go 21 Months Without Contracts, Salaries

        By Basil K Mbuye The Secretaries-General, SGs, of the Cameroon Football Federation, FECAFOOT, are yet to sign a contract since appointed into office some 21 months ago. The SGs, who are running the football activities in the various Regional and Divisional Championships, are yet to sign a legal …

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  • 15 September

    Missing AFCON Trophy: A Tale Of One Too Many

        By Basil K Mbuye The world of sports has once again been stunned by the news of a missing soccer trophy. The recent disappearance of the African Cup of Nations trophy in Egypt, which was given to the Pharaohs in 2010, has left many tongues wagging. The trophy, …

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  • 9 September

    Cameroon’s John Mary alleges racial abuse during Chinese match

    AFP  | Cameroon forward John Mary and his club Shenzhen FC alleged on Saturday that he was racially abused during a Chinese Super League match against Shanghai Shenhua. Mary alleged that the abuse came from the Shenhua bench and Shenzhen have made a complaint to the Chinese Football Association, a source said. …

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  • 9 September

    Bamenda – Motorcycles Prohibited in Central Streets

      Cameroon Tribune  | On the strength of Release No. 020/PR/E/GNW/IG of September 4, 2020, circulation of motorcycles has been restricted to some neighbourhoods of Bamenda. The circulation of personal, service and commercial motorcycles in Bamenda have been restricted in efforts to step up security and the protection of people and property …

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  • 9 September

    Cameroon to hold first regional polls in December

      Aljazeera  | Elections in 10 regions including restive Anglophone areas to put in place councils provided for in 1996 constitution Cameroonian President Paul Biya has announced the country’s first regional elections in December, including in English-speaking provinces where years of fighting between the government and separatists have cost some 3,000 lives. …

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  • 9 September

    Cameroon: Gridlock continues between separatists and Yaoundé

      The Africa Report  | There is no end in sight to the crisis in Cameroon’s North-West and South-West regions despite initial ceasefire talks with rebels seeking independence from the government in Yaoundé. The Cameroonian government launched secret talks with jailed Anglophone leader Ayuk Tabe and nine others at the beginning of …

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