Cameroon's national telecommunications and Internet service provider announced, that it has selected Friendly Technologies TR-069 device management solution based in Israel, to manage subscribers' CPEs for increased customer experience.
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The Cameroon Government and the African Union Commission just signed off on Cameroon hosting the Pan African University Rectorate in Yaounde, the African Monetary Fund (AMF) and the African Union Sport Council. The historic agreements were formally signed on April 6.
Intelcia, a customer relations outsourcing company based in Morocco, announced the integration of outsourcing sites Outremer Télécom Maurice et Madagascar, which will now conduct business under the Intelcia banner.
Cameroon President Paul Biya has led an official delegation to Huawei's Beijing campus for a tour of Huawei's facilities and was received by the President Peng Song of Huawei Northern Africa.
The servicing arm of the Lebanese Credit Insurer (LCI), LCI Services, has expanded its Debt Collection Services to cover 11 new African markets to support clients in their regional growth and protect their trade receivables.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has announced its plans to up Africa's industrial Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 130 percent by 2025 driving the continent's overall GDP from $2.3 trillion to $5.6 trillion.
As a part of the African Union (AU) initiative, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced the launching of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) with the goal of opening up Africa's skies and improving intra-African air connectivity.
Sweden has announced its investment of over SEK 800 million to the 'Strategy for Sweden'’s regional development cooperation in sub-Saharan Africa.
Nigeria-based MainOne won a 15-year contract to provide high-speed bandwidth services with the West and Central African Research and Education Network (WACREN) (www.WACREN.net).
A new high speed fiber optic interconnection between the Central African Republic, Cameroon and Congo is getting closer to construction.
Southern Cameroon, which has been moving to separate from Cameroon as the Federal Republic of Ambazonia (Ambagov.org), suffered a major crisis recently. On January 5, the President of the Interim Government, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe, and nine other officials were kidnapped at gunpoint at 19:30 pm from la Republic du Cameroun, in Nera Hotels, Abuja, Nigeria.
Canada just announced an additional $19.8 million in funding to deal with food shortages in Cameroon, Chad, Ethiopia, Niger, Nigeria, South Sudan and Uganda.
A Cameroonian military appeal court has ruled that Radio France Internationale radio journalist Ahmed Abba, a subject of worldwide pressure to demand his release after alleged government overreach in the matter, be immediately released from prison.
Swiss specialty chemical company Sika AG is expanding in Africa with the opening of its first facility for concrete admixtures in Cameroon.
The practice of breast-flattening in order to minimize the risk of violence affects some 3.8 million women worldwide, including in 9 African countries. A massive educational campaign is underway to bring a stop to the extremely dangerous practice.
Mercury, a dangerous neurotoxin, has been known for a long time as one of the most toxic of chemicals used in medical care and in dentistry in particular. The international movement which led its banning in many developed countries has now moved to its latest frontier -- the developing world.
In Africa, perhaps more than any other region, economic inequality is often a symptom of bigger issues. It can also be a cause of other inequalities, including availability of sexual and reproductive health services for women.
Greenpeace's ship The Espereanza has arrived at Douala, Cameroon, as a first stop on its tour in Central Africa, to engage with local communities and raise awareness on the importance of the Congo Basin Forest.
A new way of funding health care in low and middle income countries was just introduced in Cameroon as the Cameroon Cataract Development Impact Loan.
Chicago-based Hyatt Hotels & Resorts just announced plans to double the number of Hyatt Hotels in Africa by 2020. That will bring six new hotels in total in Africa, including ones in Algeria, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Senegal and Marrakech.
The Cameroon government's response to growing criticism is to shut it down rather than engage. The move is only driving those critical of the government, especially during the last 11 months of protest in the country's English-speaking region, to fan the flames of dissent even higher.
TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, published a new report on September 7, detailing findings from almost a decade of monitoring the ivory trafficking network. The report details a tragic history of how ivory smuggling in Central Africa became as lucrative of many international drug cartels.
Dallas-based Bell Helicopter has won a contract with Nigeria-based Caverton Helicopters Limited, a subsidiary of The Caverton Offshore Group Plc, to deliver eight new Bell 407GXPs to the company.
African countries may have embraced the Internet for its potential to educate and to stimulate a digital economic revolution. Unfortunately the governments in those countries are often shutting down the internet all too often, when it suits their interests in blocking public dissension and distribution of information the country wants hidden.
LafargeHolcim, a Swiss building materials manufacturer, is expanding in Middle East Africa under the new banner of Iraq-based Binastore.