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2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations: Live Results & Fixtures

2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations: Live Results & Fixtures

Click Logo below for all Live results and Fixtures of the ongoing Africa Women Cup of Nations being hosting in Yaounde and Limbe.

Venues Hosting African Women’s Championship Matches in Cameroon

Venues Hosting African Women’s Championship Matches in Cameroon

The African Women’s Championship 2016 currently holding in Cameroon is being hosted in two venues, in the city Limbe and the Administrative capital Yaoundé. Below are photos of the two stadia (stadiums). The opening ceremony took place in the Ahmadu Ahidjo Stadium, in Yaoundé where the finals will also be played. The second stadium, the […]

List of Teams in the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations

List of Teams in the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations

Cameroon: The Cameroon National Women’s Football Team, known as the Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon is the National Team of Cameroon. Cameroon finished second in the 1991, 2004, and 2014 African Women’s Championship, participated in the 2012 Olympic Games and competed in their first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015 in Canada.       […]

Pres. Biya Presides Over Opening Ceremony of Women Africa Football Cup

Pres. Biya Presides Over Opening Ceremony of Women Africa Football Cup

The Head of State, H.E President Paul Biya on Saturday 19th November 2016 presided over the opening ceremony of the 10th edition of the Africa Women Football Cup of Nations at the Yaoundé Omnisports Stadium. He was accompanied by the First Lady Chantal Biya. The opening ceremony began with a choreographic display highlighting Cameroon’s journey […]

Camrail Disaster: Emergency Telephone Numbers Published for Information

Camrail Disaster: Emergency Telephone Numbers Published for Information

In the days following the Eseka train disaster in Cameroon, emergency communication units were opened in the train stations in Yaoundé and Douala to help relatives of victims to easily identify the corpses. Telephones numbers have also been made public for relatives to call and get information about their love ones: Yaoundé – 699113333 and […]

Cameroon Mourns Train Accident Victims…Flags at Half-Mast

Cameroon Mourns Train Accident Victims…Flags at Half-Mast

On 24th October 2016, all flags flew at Half-mast throughout the national territory and in Cameroon’s diplomatic missions abroad in memory of the victims of the Eseka train accident. Cameroon is mourning the lives of 90 of its own that lost their lives during the 21st October train derailment around the town of Eseka in […]

Pres. Biya Signs Decree, Ordering Commission of Inquiry as Cameroon Mourns 90

Pres. Biya Signs Decree, Ordering Commission of Inquiry as Cameroon Mourns 90

25/10/2016_ The Head of State, H.E President Paul Biya has signed a Presidential decree (Decree No. 2016/424 of 25 October 2016) setting up a commission of inquiry into the Camrail train derailment that took place in Eseka on Friday 21st October 2016. So far 90 persons are reported dead and more than 500 injured. The commission is […]

Yaoundé-Douala Road Now Open to Traffic

Yaoundé-Douala Road Now Open to Traffic

The Yaoundé-Douala Road has from 24th October 2016 been partially open to traffic at Manyai in Matomb Sub Division, 68 km from Yaoundé where the road was cut after a culvert buried along the main road was swept away by heavy rains. The incident happened on the night of 20/21 October 2016 following a heavy […]

New Routes to Yaoundé/Douala following Bridge Collapse

New Routes to Yaoundé/Douala following Bridge Collapse

The Cameroonian authorities have announced a re-routing of vehicles between Yaoundé and Douala following the collapse of a bridge around the village of Matomb on the 21st of October 2016. Drivers can get to Douala from Yaoundé by following the following route: Yaoundé – Otele – Minka – Makak – Eseka then to Boumyebel before travelling […]

Cameroon: More Than 90 Killed…500 Wounded in Train Derailment

Cameroon: More Than 90 Killed…500 Wounded in Train Derailment

More than 90 Cameroonians have been killed and about 500 others wounded after a Camrail train derailment in the town of Eseka, between the administrative capital Yaoundé and the commercial capital Douala. On 21st of October 2016, a bridge collapsed at around the village of Matomb, along the main highway (national road number 3) between […]

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