The Hustler’s Digest – Safaricom is Resisting a Tax Hike on MoMo Services

Today’s Quote “They steal our taxes and donor money… leaving public services to near-collapse and now when donors get angry and cut them off, then they come to us and punish us again by raising taxes to grab even the little income we struggle to make. A report said the drop totaled 1,087.

Why Taxing Companies’ Turnovers Will Choke Cameroon’s Economy

In 2011 when the government carried out a survey to understand Cameroon’s business climate, their aim was to make life easier for business people. From direct to indirect taxes, the country has over 14 different taxation schemes that directly hit on the economic activities of its populace.

Audrey Cheng Brings Moringa School to Cameroon

Since its launch in Kenya in 2014, Moringa School, a learning accelerator Audrey Cheng co-founded, has already placed more than 95% of graduates into leading companies across Africa. Moringa School has recorded a tremendous success as the best Nairobi coding Bootcamps of 2018.

Africa Without Borders: Ethiopia Follows Rwanda’s Footsteps

For years, borderless travel has been a dream across Africa, with the potential to boost the continent’s growth. Now, some African countries are taking bold steps to encourage borderless travel that could spur trade and economic growth on a continent in desperate need of both.

Africa Squaring up to Combat Power Crisis through Solar Energy

Electrical energy supply has been, and is still a major challenge in Africa. Most African countries have seen the need to overcome this challenge with the help of solar energy.

The Hustler’s Digest – Safaricom is Resisting a Tax Hike on MoMo Services

Today’s Quote “They steal our taxes and donor money… leaving public services to near-collapse and now when donors get angry and cut them off, then they come to us and punish us again by raising taxes to grab even the little income we struggle to make. A report said the drop totaled 1,087.

Why Taxing Companies’ Turnovers Will Choke Cameroon’s Economy

In 2011 when the government carried out a survey to understand Cameroon’s business climate, their aim was to make life easier for business people. From direct to indirect taxes, the country has over 14 different taxation schemes that directly hit on the economic activities of its populace.

Audrey Cheng Brings Moringa School to Cameroon

Since its launch in Kenya in 2014, Moringa School, a learning accelerator Audrey Cheng co-founded, has already placed more than 95% of graduates into leading companies across Africa. Moringa School has recorded a tremendous success as the best Nairobi coding Bootcamps of 2018.

Common Law Lawyers Betray Anglophone Cameroonians Trust

Anglophone Cameroonians can now begin to ask a question akin to that which the apostles asked Jesus Christ; “To whom shall we go?” because they don’t know who to trust anymore to lead their cause for a federated Cameroon or a separation from La Republique du Cameroun. The Common Law Lawyers in Cameroon have been on strike for more than a week now.

Meet Rofur Mbunkur: He is Africa’s All-round Entrepreneur

Rofur Mbunkur is an all-around entrepreneur who left his corporate job to pursue his dreams to create companies which will, in turn, employ youths. His experiences, principles and point of view are inspirations to young wannabe entrepreneurs in Africa.

Jennifer Tangyie; Is She a Next Best Selling Author?

Among other accomplishments like the creation of Bamenda Fashion week, Jennifer Tangyie released a book titled "Finding your Inner Purpose"..

Cameroon: Silicon Mountain Techies Seek Internet Refuge

With each passing day, new experiences are gained as well as new words and phrases take up entries in dictionaries. Who are they and why were they so labelled? Silicon Mountain is the heart of innovation in Cameroon with the country’s biggest number of innovative tech startups.

List of Referees for 2016 Women AFCON

The list of referees to take part in the 2016 Women AFCON has been released by the Confederation of African Football, CAF. Among the referees are 3 Cameroonians.

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