06 juillet 2016

National Road No3: maintenance works to curb security

National road No.3 Yaounde-Douala-Limbe-Idenau, is undergoing road maintenance of 318km length programmed for a comfortably road maintenance. For this project to move smoothly, it was divided into three different parts, section one (1) covers Yaounde-Ndoupé bridge, section two (2) covers from Ndoupé bridge-Dibambe bridge and section three (3) covers Bekoko-Limbe-Idenau, to curb traffic and consolidate security. According to the contract signed, the first section of this project was awarded to Groupement SOGEA... [Lire la suite]

11 août 2015

Security Checks Prompt Rush For ID Cards

Christopher JATOR/Cameroon-Tribune   Other measures like closing bars by 8 pm, avoiding gatherings and roaming at night, are observed. Long queues of people at Police Stations in Douala are unusual. Instead, such queues are often noticed during Public Service competitive entrance examinations, job recruitments or the free issuance of National Identity Cards in preparation for elections. But the situation in Douala is different this time around. People queue up in front of police stations as early as 6 am to acquire National... [Lire la suite]
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01 juillet 2015

Kribi Deep Seaport Project:Magnificent Infrastructure Ready For Use

Equipment for the functioning of a port are already available in Kribi ahead of effective takeoff.   The Kribi Deep Seaport in Mboro, some 35 km from the headquarters of the Ocean Division of the South Region, is technically fit for use. The constructor, China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) is done with all works on the edifice and the imposing infrastructure is now ready to receive vessels of all sizes. All that is needed to make the port functional are in Kribi. Modern Cranes The Kribi Deep Seaport consists of two... [Lire la suite]
05 décembre 2014

Bakassi: From Uncertainty To Optimism

With impressive achievements and reinforced security, things will never be the same again in the peninsula. The future is studded with promising signals when one visits Bakassi, a peninsula with immense natural resources. For one week, Cameroon Tribune crisscrossed the length and breadth of the zone, and had an on-the-spot appraisal of the commendable infrastructural strides so far executed by the State. We observed that government's investments cover some 18 ministries, with the lion's share going to Defense, Security,... [Lire la suite]
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