• December 9, 2022

Shock about the presence of a Russian cargo ship in South-african Cape Town

South Africa’s main opposition party on Thursday called on the government to explain why a Russian cargo ship targeted by Western sanctions is docked at a naval base in Cape Town. …

Sports:Morocco on a ‘mission’ to leave deep imprint on history, look to end Portugal’s WC run

Coach Walid Regragui restated Morocco’s ambition durign a press conference Friday (Dec. 9), as the team prepares to play Portugal on Saturday (Dec. 10). The entire Moroccan squad eye a historic …

Gunmen kidnap worshippers in Nigeria mosque attack

Gunmen abducted 19 Muslim worshippers after attacking a mosque in the restive northwest of Nigeria, police said Sunday (November 4). The attackers stormed the mosque in Maigamji village, in Katsina state, …

Landslide kills at least 14 in Cameroon

A landslide in Cameroon’s capital Yaounde killed at least 14 people attending a funeral on Sunday. The victims had gathered at the top of a hill for a memorial service for …

Cholera kills 150 people in Cameroon

A resurgence of cholera has killed 154 people since October 2021 in Cameroon, where more than 8,200 cases of the disease have been reported, the UN said Monday. Up to the …

Soldiers free senator held hostage by Anglophone separatists in Cameroon

Soldiers freed several hostages in western Cameroon, including a presidential party senator, kidnapped a month ago, and killed a dozen of their suspected kidnappers, English-speaking armed separatists, the army said on …

Cholera kills 29 in one week in Cameroon

29 people have died of cholera in Cameroon in the past week, the country’s health minister announced on Friday (March 25). The recent “outbreak of cases” is mainly in the western …

AFCON: Cameroonians boycotts stadium during matches

In this so-called “fan zone” located in the fifth district of Douala, thousands of people are gathered around this giant screen to watch the second match between Cameroon and Ethiopia. There …

Thousands seek safety in Chad after Cameroon clashes

Several thousands of people who fled deadly inter-ethnic clashes in northern Cameroon since Wednesday, have started arriving in neighbouring chad for safety and are being welcomed by the Red Cross. According …

Exposure to mercury in mining town damaging health of women in Cameroon

Sieves in hand, soaked for hours in water, in the hope of finding some gold nuggets. In this open-pit mine, the gesture has become commonplace for gold miners in the village …