2012-02-22 11:10:15Report Urges a Rethink of Informal Sector As Nation Longs for Full Employment[World Bank]
The labor market in Cameroon is characterized by a large informal sector, low-paying jobs, and low productivity due partly to the fact that the education system is not geared toward meeting the needs of the jobs market. These are key highlights of the third issue of the Cameroon Economic Update, a publication of the World Bank's office in the Central African nation.
Saturday, 04-18-15, 16:13Trial of 16 Over Deadly Stadium Violence Begins[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -The Cairo Criminal Court postponed on Saturday the trial of 16 defendants accused of involvement in February's deadly football violence to May 18, during the trial's first session.
Saturday, 04-18-15, 14:36Anti-Terror Border Wall Sparks Heated Debate[IRIN] Nairobi -Kenya this week began building a barrier along its entire border with Somalia, in a purported effort to prevent incursions by fighters from al-Shabab, an insurgency based mainly in Somalia which has carried out numerous attacks in Kenya, including the 2 April shooting of 147 students in the Kenyan town of Garissa.
Saturday, 04-18-15, 14:26UN Warns of Surge in People Fleeing Pre-Election Violence[UN News] The number of Burundians seeking refuge in neighbouring countries has surged in recent weeks following an uptick in pre-election violence and intimidation throughout the African nation, a spokesperson for the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) said today.
Saturday, 04-18-15, 14:17'Unknown' Disease Hits Ondo State[Daily Trust] On Thursday, April 16, 2015, the Ondo State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Dayo Adeyanju called a press conference in Akure, the state capital, where he announced the outbreak of an unknown disease which had claimed about eighteen lives the previous day in Ode-Irele area. While confirming the figure, he also said four people were isolated at the General Hospital, Ode-Irele, the headquarters of Irele Local Government, where the disease broke.