Home » Archives by category » Society » Education

Covid-19: Schools Closed As Cameroon Takes Drastic Measures

Covid-19: Schools Closed As Cameroon Takes Drastic Measures

Many schools in Bamenda today shut their doors as nationwide measures to combat the spread of the corona virus go into effect. Joseph Dion Ngute announced the closure of all schools in the country from pre-nursery to universities amongst 12 other measures Tuesday March 17, 2020This follows the confirmation of the 10th case in the […]

Youth Day 2020: Bamenda Launches Weeklong Activities in Pump and Fanfare

Youth Day 2020: Bamenda Launches Weeklong Activities in Pump and Fanfare

Activities leading up to the 54th Edition of the National Youth Day 2020 have been launched in Bamenda with schools and youth movements from all three subdivisions and the University of Bamenda taking part at the 5th Joint Military Region Up Station Bamenda. Viang Mekala, Secretary General at the governor’s office setting in for the […]

UBa Staff For More Security On Bda-Bambili Road As Drivers Want Fewer

UBa Staff For More Security On Bda-Bambili Road As Drivers Want Fewer

Lecturers and staff of UBa are on a sit down strike action as from today to protest the high insecurity on the road to the university from Bamenda and on the campus. The action to draw the attention of the authorities and the general public was agreed upon by the Executive Committee of the university. […]

Grand Prix of Literary Associations 2018: And the Winners are…

Grand Prix of Literary Associations 2018: And the Winners are…

Helen Lackner from UK, and Yasmina Khadra from Algeria are the great Winners of the 2018 edition of the Grand Prix of Literary Associations, respectively in the Research and Belles-Lettres categories. Helen Lackner was crowned for her work entitled Yemen in Crisis, “An outstanding book that provides answers to all the questions raised by Yemen’s […]

GPLA 2018 Finals: Maybe the Year of English

GPLA 2018 Finals: Maybe the Year of English

The sixth edition of the Grand Prix of Literary Associations is running to an end. It might probably be a happy end for Shakespeare. Sure, it’s time an English-speaking author be awarded, and if it happens, it would be the first time ever, since its launch in 2013, for the GPLA having an Anglophone author […]

2018 GPLA Student’s Day : 100 Books Donated To University of Dla

2018 GPLA Student’s Day : 100 Books Donated To University of Dla

The Students’ Asssociation of the  Faculty of Law and Political Sciences  (FLPS) of the University of Douala has received a gift of one hundred books, donated by the Grand Prix of Literary Association (GPLA) on December 12, 2018. This was during the 5th edition of the GPLA students’ Day that was observed on the university campus. […]

Page 1 of 11123Next ›Last »

Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » appearance » Widgets » and move a widget into Advertise Widget Zone