Illegal Logging – Fierce Fight to Stop Fraudsters

[Cameroon Tribune] Forest is one of the sources of income for the Cameroonian economy after agriculture and oil. Despite the availability of various tools, illegal logging persists in Cameroon. The media have a key role to play in promoting sustainable…

[Cameroon Tribune] Forest is one of the sources of income for the Cameroonian economy after agriculture and oil. Despite the availability of various tools, illegal logging persists in Cameroon. The media have a key role to play in promoting sustainable forest management and the fierce fight against illegal logging and building well-governed societies that aspire to raise the level of life of their citizens. Through reports, the media can inform policy-makers to make fair decisions, expose and punish individuals or companies

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Extractive Industries – Control Mechanism for Better Traceability

[Cameroon Tribune] In a bid to improve on the traceability of revenue generated by the extractive industries in sub-Saharan Francophone countries for more transparency and good governance, a project sponsored by the Canadian government was launched yes…

[Cameroon Tribune] In a bid to improve on the traceability of revenue generated by the extractive industries in sub-Saharan Francophone countries for more transparency and good governance, a project sponsored by the Canadian government was launched yesterday January 24, 2017 in Yaounde by the Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of the Supreme State Audit Office, Rose Mbah Acha Fomundam. The project dubbed "Improving Monitoring of Extractive Industries in Sub-saharan Francophone Africa, (known by its French acronym

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Bamenda – Michael Bibi Is Auxiliary Bishop

[Cameroon Tribune] Pope Francis has appointed Rev Fr. Michael Miabesue Bibi as the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Bamenda. The clock stroke 12 noon, yesterday January 24th, 2017 when the news reached out to metropolitan Bamenda where he has bee…

[Cameroon Tribune] Pope Francis has appointed Rev Fr. Michael Miabesue Bibi as the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Bamenda. The clock stroke 12 noon, yesterday January 24th, 2017 when the news reached out to metropolitan Bamenda where he has been serving as the Chancellor of the Archdiocese since 2012. Rev Fr Michael Bibi, who was born on July 28th, 1971, is an illustrious son of Bamessing (Nsei) Ngoketunjia Division, North-West Region. In a quick reaction, His Lordship Michael Bibi told Cameroon Tribune that he was s

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Nguti – Akime George: Building for Posterity

[Cameroon Tribune] Akime George is a self made man and astute politician who grew up from the ranks having occupied several positions in the CPDM administration. He started politics as early as 1985 when he was elected cell president for Grand Meme. He…

[Cameroon Tribune] Akime George is a self made man and astute politician who grew up from the ranks having occupied several positions in the CPDM administration. He started politics as early as 1985 when he was elected cell president for Grand Meme. He was elected Development Officer for the YCPDM and later on president of Makata branch in Kumba when Nguti was still under Meme Division. He served as section secretary from 2007 to 2015 before being elected section president. He is also a councillor for Nguti and took part in

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Parliament Approves Dr. Nemata Majeks – Walker, Four Others

[Concord] Members of parliament of the Appointment and Public Service Committee yesterday approved Dr. Mrs. Nemata Majeks-Walker as Chairperson of the Teaching Hospital Complex Administration board, Lawyer Sulaiman Kabba Koroma as Chairman of the Natio…

[Concord] Members of parliament of the Appointment and Public Service Committee yesterday approved Dr. Mrs. Nemata Majeks-Walker as Chairperson of the Teaching Hospital Complex Administration board, Lawyer Sulaiman Kabba Koroma as Chairman of the National Commission for Privatization (NCP),as well as three others to serve in different capacities.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

‘Lab Is Overwhelmed With Complaints’

[Concord] Executive Director of Legal Aid Board, Ms. Fatmata Claire Carlton-Hanciles has noted that the scheme was overwhelmed with complaints from people seeking legal service through the Board’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Service. “Our offi…

[Concord] Executive Director of Legal Aid Board, Ms. Fatmata Claire Carlton-Hanciles has noted that the scheme was overwhelmed with complaints from people seeking legal service through the Board's Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Service. "Our offices are full to overflowing by 9 o'clock in the morning and this is putting a lot of pressure on us. People struggle to find space in our office, even corridors are cramped with those waiting to access our ADR service," she said.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone