Nigeria warns of fake malaria drugs Quinine Sulfate 300 mg in Cameroon, DR Congo

  The Nigerian Federal Government on Saturday warned of the circulation of two fake malaria drugs in Cameroon and Democratic Republic of Congo. It said it had therefore stepped up vigilance within the drug supply chains in Nigeria on the … Read More

Former Cameroonian Minister Dieudonné Ambassa Zang jailed for life for embezzlement

Yaounde, Cameroon (PANA) – A former Cameroonian Minister of Public Works, Dieudonné Ambassa Zang, was on Thursday sentenced to life in prison after being convicted for the embezzlement of 5.820 billion FCFA. The Special Criminal Court also sentenced one of … Read More

2014 FIFA WC: Cameroon eliminated after 4-0 mauling by Croatia

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Manaus, Brazil (PANA) – Croatia beat Cameroon 4-0 in their 2014 FIFA World Cup Group A match at the Arena Amazonia, in Manaus, to bundle the African team from the competition. Cameroon has the final group match against hosts Brazil … Read More

Cameroon: Over 175b CFAF collected as oil receipts in 4 months

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Douala, Cameroon (PANA) – The Cameroonian National Oil Company, said it transferred to the country’s public treasury 175.6 billion CFAF (US$360 million) as oil receipts from January to April this year. The oil firm said in a statement Thursday that … Read More

Cameroon: Gas production rises by 4000%

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Douala, Cameroon (PANA) – Gas production has increased substantially in Cameroon from 93.4 million cubic feet in the first four months of 2013 to 4. 34 billion cubic feet during the same period in 2014, the National Hydrocarbons Society (NHS) … Read More

Cameroon: Govt bans non-degradable plastic bags

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Yaoundé, Cameroon (PANA) – Cameroonian Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development Minister Hélé Pierre Saturday directed manufacturers, sellers and users of non-biodegradable plastic bags to stop using the product by 31 March 2014. The directive follows the sensitization campaign against … Read More