Teenage Pregnancies in Africa: Who’s Responsible?

What first comes to mind when you hear of teenage pregnancies? This question signifies so many things to different people. A majority of the victims in regret and frustration, try to take away the lives of the innocent children growing within them. I would say all of the above opinions are nothing but the reality.

The Foundation Stone of Leadership All Entrepreneurs Must Know – Part 3

In the previous articles of this series, I looked deeply into some of the most critical issues regarding leadership. That’s the focus of this article. Today, just about everyone wants to be a leader or at least, be called one.

Ferdinand Forka: The Cameroonian Who Uses Comedy to Reach out to Youths and Better the Society

While comedy has the potential to help people heal and overcome grief in their everyday life, when facing a loss, it’s the last thing most people feel like doing. About Ferdinand Forka Ferdinand Forka also staged named Oboy Da Comic, is one of Cameroon’s most successful comedians. He was nominated as the best comedian from Bui division, in the North West region,  in 2017.

The Foundation Stone of Leadership All Entrepreneurs Must Know – Part 2

In part one of this article series, I tried to define who a leader really is and isn’t. In this article, I continue to highlight important ideas relevant to bridging the leadership gap in any organization you might find yourself. The stones of Leadership This is how you can bridge the leadership gap in your organization.

Four Productive Things To Do When Not On The Job

Maybe you are a software engineer working on very big ideas to blow our minds or you’re just that politician looking for a new lie to tell us again or you are that self-employed person who has been doing great things or is yet to do. 

The Foundation Stone of Leadership All Entrepreneurs Must Know – Part 1

Rarely do entrepreneurs make a company succeed by themselves. “Our problems are man-made. Therefore, they can only be solved by man and not spirits.

mCoin: The Cryptocurrency That Works Without Internet, Launches in Africa

Today, the world is dependent on the internet. Most often, these shortcomings are gravely felt in African countries, where internet penetration is quite low. As a result, pseudo mining activities like cryptocurrency can’t go on smoothly.

Biola Alabi Features in Financial Times’ Top 100 Global Female Executives List

Financial Times & HERoes Champions of Women in Business 2018 celebrates 100 senior female role models who help to increase gender diversity in the workplace. The prestigious annual list celebrates female role models who are actively playing their part to increase gender diversity in the workplace. It also celebrates those working to increase the number of women 

How to Run an Instagram Contest that supports your marketing goal

Instagram is having a large audience of about 700 million, among which 400 million check their Instagram daily. It is easy today to run contests online, with an Instagram contest. One important thing to take note of is the statement of release that is designed to maximise online value.

Eight Female Chocolatiers Transforming the Chocolate Industry in Africa

Africa produces more than 70% of the world’s cocoa but the $100 billion chocolate industry is dominated by Western companies. Multinationals mass produce chocolate and source ingredients globally. But these eight female chocolatiers are carving out a niche in the chocolate industry dominated by big global players.

Buea Mayor: The outcome of the Buea Rally

The lord mayor of the Buea council, Ekema Patrick addressed the people of Buea yesterday the 30th of November 2016 at the Buea independence square. The mayor led the crowd to  present the grievances of the people in a memorandum, to the Governor of the South West, Bernard Okalia Bilai. He negotiated the immediate release of all those detained during the strike action on Monday the 28th of November.

President Paul Biya’s 2016 End of Year Speech

Fellow Cameroonians, My Dear Compatriots, The year 2016 which is drawing to an end was marked by many events of great significance for our nation. Donors, including the International Monetary Fund, hailed the resilience of our economy despite an unfavourable context. Our defence and security forces beat back Boko Haram and put it on the defensive.

Samsung SmartShoes Now Available!!

The korean giant Samsung will soon announce at the Mobile World Congress next week the release of a pair of Samsung smart shoes. The shoes are embedded with sensors that can detect your balance and posture and then use that information to offer tips on improving your fitness regimen or golf swing. The product is called Iofit, and, at least, two models are being made: one that looks like a running shoe and is meant primarily for strength workouts, and another that looks 

3 Reasons Cameroon Security Workers Deny Yellow Uniforms Proposed by Government

The Cameroonian government in a bit to reform the security and surveillance profession in Cameroon has announced a series of rules. Among the rules is the harmonization of uniforms, which is disagreeable to many security workers. Private security firms in Cameroon have several uniforms for their security workers, something which the government is not pleased with.

Mile 17 Motor Park Fence Project is Estimated at FCFA 40M

The foundation stone of the Mile 17 Motor Park fence projected was laid in the early hours of today by the Mayor of the Buea Rural Council, Mr. The project is estimated to cost about FCFA 40M The Mile 17 Motor Park is one of the busiest places in the Southwest Capital, Buea, as commuters, traders and drivers converge here on a daily basis. On an average day, one is sure to find hundreds of people coming into town or boarding cars to ferry them to different destinations, while others are permanently stationed there for selling articles and