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PEATTU Suspends Strike Action

PEATTU Suspends Strike Action

The Presbyterian Education Authority Teachers’ Trade Union (PEATTU) has called off the indefinite strike action it launched last July 6, following a public noticed issued June 30, 2020. In a released on July 12, 2020 captioned “suspension of strike action” signed by the President of PEATTU Afu Stephens, it states “that we have listened to […]

Covid-19 And PEA Teachers; A Bad Mix

Covid-19 And PEA Teachers; A Bad Mix

Dear colleagues, comrades, We acknowledge that while Covid 19 poses a great threat, it’s consequences are heavy. It has meant loosing jobs and income for many, for others like Teachers whom we are, it means dangerous teaching and working conditions. Let us already begin to reason out ways to make sure that our world of […]

Benskin Operators Want Compensation for Missing Impounded Bikes

Benskin Operators Want Compensation for Missing Impounded Bikes

Several commercial motorbike riders (benskin) today took to the streets of Bamenda  in protest against the huge cost involved in legalizing their status, the disappearance of some bikes impounded by the gendarmes and  threats on their live and livelihood by some separatist fighters  if they comply with government instructions. They suspended all activities, obliging others […]

Military Raids Che Street On Good Friday

Military Raids Che Street On Good Friday

As early as 6.am this Friday (Good Friday) April 10th 2020, security officials condoned most of Che Street neigbourhood, stretching down to Behind Che round to Pinyin Quarters and sorrounding areas, stopping all movements into and out of the area for hours in what is commonly referee to as “Calle calle” They carried out a […]

Paul Atanga Blames Bikers For Insecurity, Calls For Stricter Controls

Paul Atanga Blames Bikers  For Insecurity, Calls For Stricter Controls

Commercial motorcycles in Mezam division have been given up to March 17, 2020 to register and be recognized by the competent authority or have their bikes impounded. Territorial Administration minister Paul Atanga Nji blamed the bike riders for promoting the ghost towns and lock downs. The lock downs and ghost towns have had a negative […]

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. […]

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