Homemade bomb injures four in Cameroon capital
Four people were wounded by the explosion of a homemade bomb in an English-speaking neighbourhood of Cameroon's capital Yaounde, witnesses and a police officer said Friday.
African football: The state of play amid coronavirus pandemic
Top African football officials will hold a video conference Tuesday to discuss the way forward amid the coronavirus pandemic, which halted football last March
Five jihadists, two soldiers killed in Cameroon clash
Five rebels and two soldiers were killed early Tuesday when jihadists crossing from Nigeria attacked a military position in northern Cameroon, sources said.
Cameroon president breaks media silence after two months of pandemic
Cameroon's 87-year-old President Paul Biya has made a televised address to his people ending more than two months of silence as the central African nation dealt with a burgeoning coronavirus crisis.
Pastor Who Claimed He Could Cure Coronavirus Dies After Contracting The Virus
A Cameroonian pastor Franklin Ndifor, who laid his hands on dozens of confirmed and suspected coronavirus sufferers has died less than a week after contracting the virus. Ndifor, who was the head of Kingship International Ministries Church and was also a candidate in the country’s last presidential election claimed died on Saturday, Voice of America…
Immigration again intercepts 10 at Nigeria, Cameroon border
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), has again intercepted ten Nigerians trying to cross over to Cameroon en route Ibaka border in Akwa Ibom state.
Cameroon separatists in southwest kill mayor
Separatists in the English-speaking South-West region of Cameroon killed a local mayor in an ambush in which two soldiers were also wounded, the region's governor said Monday.
Manu Dibango… Another African Great Blows Away
It’S no gain saying, Emmanuel N'Djoké Dibango, popularly known as Manu Dibango, was Cameroon's, and perhaps, Africa's best-known jazz saxophonist.
Semitoje prays COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t stop Cameroon 2021 AFCON
Former Super Eagles defender, Isaac Semitoje hopes the deadly Coronavirus disease does not stall the hosting of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations slated to hold in Cameroon