07 décembre 2015

Le bel avenir du Ngond’a Sawa

Jean Baptiste KETCHATENG Cameroon-Tribune Un nouveau site offert par le chef de l’Etat et un message ancestral de patience, marques de l’édition 2015. C’est un banc de sable de dix hectares et quelques ares, fait de mains d’hommes et par la volonté du chef de l’Etat camerounais, Paul Biya, qui a accueilli ce dimanche 6 décembre la cérémonie finale des manifestations du Ngondo, l’assemblée annuelle des Sawa. En amont du Wouri, sur les berges qui ouvrent la voie de la mer sur le canton Deido, c’était un « tournant... [Lire la suite]

14 juillet 2015

Sawa Culture: Ancestral Values Showcased Through Dance

Yaboa Ndula MUNTEH “The Cry Of The Ancestors” saw the participation of dance groups from Buea, Campo, Kribi, etc. The Sawa Cultural Association known as “Mulatako Mwa Sawa” holds that “a people without a culture are like a people without soul.” To revive the rich Sawa culture and pay homage to ancestors of the Sawa zone, traditional dance groups from Buea, Campo, Douala, Kribi, Mamfe, Moungo and other zones of the Sawa community, thrilled the population over the weekend at Douala Bercy Hall. The cultural festival dubbed “The... [Lire la suite]
20 janvier 2015

Kumba-Mamfe Road construction kicks off

All things being equal, the tarring of the hitherto nightmarish Kumba-Mamfe road of 151 km in the South West Regions is undergoing construction. The Ministry of Public Works has bent on this project to see that the people of Kumba-Mamfe enjoy economic facilities derived from this road and the population will be spared the annoying insults of leaving Mamfe to Buea via three different regions. The construction work on Kumba-Mamfe road is being carried out by a Chinese Construction Firm with heavy duty machines like bulldozers and... [Lire la suite]