Arik Air, West and Central Africa’s largest airline, has increased frequency on the Lagos to Douala via Cotonou route from four to six weekly flights.
The NCSCS is Cameroon’s first submarine cable with all investment provided solely by the Cameroon Government. Spanning approximately 1,100 km, marine installation of the NCSCS system began in mid-June, 2015, to provide a direct link between Kribi in Cameroon with Lagos in Nigeria
As part of efforts to deepen internet penetration in West Africa, MainOne has announced the extension of its world-class submarine fiber optic cable network from its Cable Landing Station in Lagos, Nigeria to Kribi, Cameroun.
Huawei Marine Networks has revealed that it has commenced marine installation of the Nigeria-Cameroon Submarine Cable System (NCSCS). According to Huawei Marine Networks , this is Cameroon’s first wholly owned submarine cable with investment provided by the Cameroon government.
A total of ten young entrepreneurs in Cameroon are going into business this week thanks to collateral-free loans they won at the end of an entrepreneurship event that received the technical support of the Economic Commission for Africa.
AFDB: Central African Countries Commit to Move Forward On Se4all and Address Energy Access Challenge
The Economic Community for Central African States (ECCAS) and the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) with the support of the United ...