“The cyber café business is no longer profitable. Most people now have android phones. So that is why most times I come here and idle around or do something else because there are no costumers", Eunice, a cyber attendant lamented.
Cameroonian actress, Stephanie Tum has said Anglophones filmmakers should boycott Ecrans Noirs Film Festival citing cases of alleged discrimination meted on Anglophones filmmakers
"What actually is the priority at this point in time when there is a violent conflict at hand in the country, is it elections at all cost despite the prevailing situation?"
The aforementioned statement was made by Madam Moki Rebecca Iya, Supervisor of the Blood Donation Unit of the Buea Regional Hospital, in an interview she granted to natimesnews.com, a week after Cameroon joined the rest of the world to commemorate the World Blood Donors’ Day.
Dr. Ndeasor Divine, a general health practitioner in the North West Regional capital of Cameroon has cautioned the Bamenda population to refrain from skin bleaching in order to avoid contracting the Vitiligo disease.
A 2016 study carried out by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Cameroon has revealed that about 400,000 Cameroonians are living with the Sickle Cell disease.
The Regional Delegate for Arts and Culture, South West Region, Mme. Ngoh Grace Ewang, has echoed that the society cannot grow without music, “society is lively when there is music and individuals cannot stop listening to music” she added.
The unscripted drama of a World Cup just wouldn't be complete without the sideshow of a psychic animal making bold predictions about the outcome, and this year, a mystic micro pig from Britain has stepped into the spotlight.