Business News of Sunday, 15 January 2017Source: businessincameroon.comCAMTEL to end exploration of Cameroon-Brazil submarine cableSubmarine cableThe Ridley Thomas, ship in charge of carrying out the ocean floor studies for the laying of a submarine cable between the Cameroonian town of Kribi and Fortaleza in Brazil, finished its mission after 80 days of activities, Camtel, the historical telecoms operator in Cameroon, announced. After this phase, the company highlights, “the experts and engineers will analyse the capital information for the actual laying of the cable. This will help in particular to determine the route for the 6,000 km of cable crossing the Atlantic ocean and the protections to be implemented, from Kribi to Fortaleza, and define the particularities of the cables for their production”. As a reminder, the company Huawei Marine Networks, Chinese firm in charge of deploying this submarine cable, first infrastructure of this type to link Africa to Latin America, has already awarded the production of this cable of 6,000 km to the French company Nexans.
General News of Sunday, 15 January 2017Source: crtv.cmPublic Health: health personnel threaten to go on strikeFile PhotoThe Union Leaders made the announcement shortly after a fruitless discussion with the Public Health Minister on Thursday 12th January 2017. According to the National President of Medico Sanitary Balla Balla, the decision to begin the strike action was taken because of the following grievances:- Contract workers do not benefit from health allowances although they do the same job. - No medical coverage for health personnel. According to the trade Unionists, the long list of demands have not been heeded to for the past 20 years. During the meeting, the Minister of Public Health argued that the problems will be addressed but the members of the Trade Union remained skeptical and maintained the decision to go on strike.
Sports World News of Sunday, 15 January 2017Source: ghanasportsonline.comCameroon share spoils with Burkina Faso in Group A fixtureBurkina Faso draw 1-1 with CameroonBurkina Faso came from behind to draw 1-1 with Cameroon in the second Group A game at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. Cameroon captain Benjamin Moukadjo scored from a superb free kick after Jacques Zoua was fouled on the edge of the penalty box. The West Africans pressed forward in search of the equalizer and came close on few occasions. Center-back Issoufou Dayo finally got the equalizer for Burkina Faso after heading in from close range following a free kick from substitute Banou Diawara. The results keeps the Group open after host Gabon and Guinea Bissau also drew 1-1 in the opening game.
Sports World News of Sunday, 15 January 2017Source: GhanaWebWatch highlights of the 2017 AFCON openerGabon was held to a draw by Guinea Bissau after day 1 of the AFCON 2017. The 2017 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) commenced yesterday at Stade de l'Amitié, Libreville with an action-packed thriller between the hosts,Gabon, and debutants, Guinea Bissau. Aubameyang´s goal in the opening minutes of the second half seemed to have given the host team the upper hand till Guinea Bissau´s Juary Soares´ 90th minute header levelled the game. Watch the highlights of the opening match between Gabon and Guinea Bissau.
General News of Saturday, 14 January 2017Source: cameroon-info.netAnglophone crisis: lawyers set committee to draft Federal constitutionCommon Law Lawyers In Conclave in KumbaDuring the GA heavily attended by all Common law Lawyers Associations, the Lawyers decided to dissolve the Common Law Lawyers Council and created the Common Law Bar Association with steering Committee members put in place to pilot the activities of the Association. 4- That we remain resolute on the attainment of all the objectives contained in our previous Resolutions and Declarations. 7- We call on ALL Common Law Magistrates to examine their consciences and join this struggle instead of sitting and determining Suits in the absence of Lawyers and in process occasioning gross injustice to Litigants by violating their rights to fair trial. 8- We applaud the support of the Common Law Lawyers and the Constituent Assemblies for the Monday 9th January 2017 “Ghost Town” called by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium and encourage all to continue to lend their support to the coordinated actions of the said Consortium. And the Strike ContinuesDone at Kumba, this 13th day of January 2017.
Music of Saturday, 14 January 2017Source: Betatinz.comFalz drops new song 'Wehdone Sir'Nigerian act, FalzNigerian act, Falz, never disappoints! He has a unique way of delivering good music. This one is titled 'Wehdone Sir'Click below to watch the video, it was directed by the prodigy; Clarence Peters:
Music of Saturday, 14 January 2017Source: Betatinz.comMaalhox drops AFCON 2017 theme song 'Le Ballon est dedans'Maahlox Le VibeurIn the spirit of the AFCON2017 starting in Gabon today, Maalhox has delivered a song dedicated to CAN 2017 titled 'Le ballon est dedans'Click below to watch the video:'Le Ballon est dedans by Maalhox'
Music of Saturday, 14 January 2017Source: Betatinz.comListen to 'Ndole' by AngeloCover of the song "Ndole"Music In Motion records releases a new song by young Cameroonian rapper; Angelo. The song is titled 'Ndole' and it was produced by Gabonese beat maker; SlayerBeatz. Scroll down, listen and enjoy "Ndole"
Sports News of Saturday, 14 January 2017Source: expressandstarAllan Nyom situation with Cameroon still not resolvedInternational Cameroonian,Allan NyomAlbion are no nearer to knowing whether Allan Nyom will be able to play on Saturday as boss Tony Pulis labels the situation ‘unbelievable’. The Baggies are still waiting to receive confirmation from the Cameroon FA that they can use Nyom while the African Cup of Nations. The 28-year-old requested not to play in the tournament, but then reluctantly travelled to Paris to meet up with the squad. “We’ve got this Nyom situation going on with Cameroon which is just an unbelievable situation,” said Pulis. They are becoming increasingly exasperated behind the scenes because they are confident they – and Nyom – have done everything by the book.