Sports World News of Friday, 2 December 2016Source: BBCDrogba charity 'may have misled donors'The Commission has issued the Didier Drogba Foundation with an "action plan" to make improvements. The Charity Commission began its inquiry into "serious regulatory concerns" at the Didier Drogba Foundation in April. "Donors to the English charity may also have been misled about the activities of the charity they were supporting. The Didier Drogba Foundation was started in the UK in 2009 when the former Ivory Coast captain was playing for Chelsea. The Charity Commission said it wanted to:assess concerns about the administration of the charity and the oversight provided by trustees, all of whom appear to live abroadinvestigate allegations that the charity has provided misleading information to donors and the public.
Sports World News of Thursday, 1 December 2016Source: BBCMan Utd cruise into last four as banned Mourinho watches from 'secret location'Anthony Martial had only scored twice before the EFL Cup tie. Manchester United eased into the EFL Cup semi-finals as they beat West Ham with manager Jose Mourinho absent from the Old Trafford dugout. Anthony Martial re-established the home side's lead shortly after half-time, drilling Henrikh Mkhitaryan's pass low into the bottom corner. Absent Mourinho still eyeing League Cup recordMourinho claimed his first honour in English football when he led Chelsea to the 2005 League Cup, following that up by lifting the iconic three-handled trophy again in 2007 and 2015. The attacking quartet of Ibrahimovic, Martial, Wayne Rooney and Mkhitaryan were a handful throughout and, although the Hammers goal was preventable, Mourinho was more than content.
Sports World News of Thursday, 1 December 2016Source: BBCSouthgate eyes England Euros redemptionGareth Southgate played 57 times for England, but missed a crucial penalty at Euro 96New England manager Gareth Southgate says his side have the potential to give him closure by winning the European Championship in 2020. Southgate, whose position was confirmed on a four-year deal on Wednesday, missed a penalty at Wembley in hosts England's semi-final shootout defeat by eventual champions Germany at Euro 96. Former defender Southgate, who made 57 appearances for England as a player, becomes the fourth permanent manager of the national team in as many years. He strode a similarly comfortable path to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and yet England did not make it out of the group stage. It is a pattern Southgate is charged with changing - and he must do it by summer 2018.
Entertainment of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: kamerflowmagazine.wordpress.comMeet Dancehall/Reggae artist from Zimbabwe,managed by a CameroonianBuffalo Souljah, Dancehall/Reggae artist from ZimbabweBuffalo Souljah’s official entry onto the South African music scene was in 2007. This is one of the surprise jewels that the King of African dancehall had kept close to his chest and now that it has happened, the industry is in for a massive attack. Basawine is a fusion of hip hop and reggae dancehall. Being an artist whose roots are embedded in dance hall music it is only natural that I represent the mood of the time on the global scene. Da Chosen – 1 is a fusion of high life music with reggae dancehall, Hip Hop and Afro-pop.
Entertainment of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: kamerflowmagazine.wordpress.comListen to Vumomsé first hit under Calabash MusicVumomsé,Cameroonian artistMulti-award winning afro gospel dance hall artist Vumomsé makes his official signing to one of Cameroon’s most outstanding upcoming music label, Calabash Music with head office in Douala. A house already with artists such as; Wax Dey A.K.A the King, a cross continental music icon and an award winning artist as well, Stanis, an upcoming super rapper and a host of others, Vumomsé comes in with the long awaited paint to give the house it beauty. Signing with Calabash Music this month is a sick to the head thing still to comprehend by many. Speculations shows that by then, the super star was already hemming seeds and looking for another farm beside the river if the dry season continues at Best Music which at the end, it was all dry. The audio was produced by Djess Panebo and mastered by Slim Beatz and video directed by the very best, Dr. Nkeng Stephens.
Music of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: betatinz.comSlima unveils new trap 'I nodi luk face'Slima,Cameroonian artistBuea based artist, Slima, just released the visuals of his new video titled 'i nodi luk face' shot by Mr Adrenaline. Click below to watch
Music of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: Cameroonweb.comBoy Giresse drops ‘Put it Slow’ Ft EwubeBoy Giresse Ft EwubeBoy Giresse is back with his third official single, an even hotter piece and the dancehall feeling is incredible with melody that gets everyone to the dance floor. This song is part of the project in his upcoming first studio Album "From the Lab.to the Lab." Ewube also stepped in hard on the third verse to spice up the "mutumbu".
General News of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: crtv.cmNational Assembly: pioneer Chinese Cultural Week opensFile photoThe Senior Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Hilarion Eton has chaired the ceremony to officially open the first-ever Chinese Cultural Week at the National Assembly this 29th November 2016. During the ceremony, the Chinese Ambassador to Cameroon, Wei Wenhua reiterated his Government's commitment to build a new structure that will host the National Assembly. Activities during the cultural week will centre on strengthening parliamentary relations between Cameroon and China. The Chinese Cultural week is being organised by members of the Cameroon-China Friendship Group.
Sports News of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: crtv.cm2016 Women AFCON: Nigeria beats South AfricaNigeria Football teamThe lone winning goal for Nigeria was scored by striker Desire Oparanozie, a situation that earned her side a place in the final against Cameroon. South Africa started brightly but the Desiree Ellis-led side failed to capitalise on their early dominance. Seven minutes later, South Africa had the ball in the net but it was ruled out for offside. South Africa pressed and pushed for an equaliser forcing Nigeria to defend with determination. The ball has been set rolling and Cameroon will probably want a revenge as the Super Falcons have stopped them three times from grabbing the trophy.
General News of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: Cameroon PostlineSex worker sets brothel on fire in YaoundeSex workersA booming sex centre in the Miniferme neighbourhood in Yaounde was, at the weekend, reduced to ashes by fire that resulted from a candle stick lit by an asthmatic sex worker. On November 18 breaking 19, Véronique, a sex worker’s room caught fire while she was “rendering services” to a client. Though she was allegedly drunk and drowsy, she staggered towards her bed cupboard and pulled out a candle stick, lit it and put by the bed, and she and her client “got to work”. Just when they were at the peak of pleasure, the candle smoke provoked a crisis in the asthmatic commercial sex worker. Although public opinion holds that the fire incident was a natural occurrence, one of the sex workers, Mélanie, refutes the assertion, claiming that Véronique has always been a source of problem in that brothel.
Business News of Wednesday, 30 November 2016Source: crtv.cmAfrica rethinks its coffee sectorLogo of the Inter-African Coffee OrganisationDuring the five-day conclave which opened on 29th November 2016, the delegates will exchange notes and share experiences on how the African coffee industry could emerge. rhe symposium is holding under the theme, "Inclusive Value Chain Transformation in the African Coffee Industry". In Cameroon, coffee is grown extensively with robusta coffee more prevalent in the coastal areas and arabica coffee widespread in the western highlands. In September 2014, the Government of Cameroon validated and launched a new plan to revive the coffee sector, hoping to boost production and in that same year, Cameroon was ranked the 31st largest producer of coffee in the world. It is worth mentioning that coffee farming in Cameroon dates to 1884, during the German colonial era.