By Bakah Derick in Bamenda Senator Honore Ngam of the Social Democratic Front SDF has expressed the wish to see Cameroon stop the importation of basic products like rice within the shortest possible time.
By Bakah Derick in Nkwen-Bamenda The Bamenda III municipality in Mezam division of the North West region has presented an all-time high record investment rate despite the persisting armed conflict that has devastated political, social, economic and educational activities in the region getting to three years now.
By N. S in Futru Week long activities to mark 100years of the Roman Catholic Church in present day St Michael’s Parish Futru Nkwen are expected to end with a peak celebration on Wednesday May 29 with a Pontifical Mass to have as main celebrant His Grace Cornelius Fontem Esua, Archbishop of Bamenda.
Bakah Derick in Bamenda Leading Internet Rights NGO, A Common Future has been talking of the need for media practitioners in Cameroon to join the civil society in pressing Members of Parliament see the need to pass a digital rights legislation.
By Manka Vera Abongwa Leading Internet Rights NGO, A Common Future has been talking of the need for media practitioners in Cameroon to join the civil society in pressing Members of Parliament see the need to pass a digital rights legislation.
By A.V.M for Hilltopvoices Team in Kribi A two day workshop organised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and CulturalOrganisation (UNESCO) for political desk editors of newspapers and online platforms has ended in Kribi South region of Cameroon.
By Bakah Derick in Bamenda The Cameroon Teachers’ Trade Union CATTU has intensified calls for the rights of pupils and students to education in conflict zones in general and the South West and North West regions in particular to be respected.
By Hilltopvoices Team Journalists with visual impairment have used the 2019 edition of World Press Freedom Day to express the need for more inclusion in the organisation of public events in Cameroon and elsewhere in the world.
From Bakah Derick in Bamenda Patrons, Matrons, friends, well-wishers have addressed a variety of goodwill messages to the Media Community in the NW in particular and Cameroon in general on the occasion of World Press Freedom 2019.
By Bakah Derick Not fewer than 600 students of Impact Higher Institute of Professional Studies have been shortlisted to benefit from the on-going donation of presidential laptops to students of authorised functional higher institutions in the Country.
By Thomas Mokum Inmates of the Bamenda central prison have addressed a letter to the President of the Republic Paul Biya appealing and suggesting ways to solve the on-going armed conflict in the North West and South Regions.