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Cameroon: users mobilise online campaign against new mobile money tax

New law means consumers will have to pay 0.2% of the amount transferred or withdrawn.
Amindeh Blaise Atabong

Cameroon: government warns consumers over suspicious 5G service claims

Posts and Telecommunications Ministry issues a statement following recent claims by NGOs of successful 5G trials and service availability.

Cameroon leans on South Korean alliance to boost e-govt

Central African country will be assisted by the Korean International Cooperation Agency to roll out digital centres, smart campuses to digitise official data systems.
Dec 1, 2021

Cameroon’s ZitoFinancial targets early growth via potential 40% rural market

Fintech firm leverages key industry partnership to avail multiple solutions across a single interface.
Nov 23, 2021

Cameroon tackles cryptocurrency to address chaotic market

Authorities are said to be keen to have a clear, operational and strategic understanding of cryptocurrency operations.
Nov 19, 2021

Cameroon, Chad strengthen fibre bond

Countries have inked new agreement in anticipation of more operators entering markets.
Nov 10, 2021

Free roaming now official in central Africa

Member states of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community pen bilateral agreements.
Nov 8, 2021

Cameroon bolsters e-commerce with new international deal

Three year agreement penned between Cameroon Customs, KwikPay and Bollmore Transport & Logistics.
Nov 2, 2021

Cameroon, Gabon stand out in the mobile money pack

Bank of Central African States (BEAC) cited a report on the state of electronic payment services in Central African Economic and Monetary Community.
Oct 26, 2021

Cameroon’s start-ups urged to leverage national payment gateway

Government says the platform offers clear, decisive opportunity.
Oct 12, 2021

Cameroon mobilises software to curb fraud frenzy

Doc Authentic rolled out by National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC).
Oct 8, 2021

Google earmarks US$3m to boost black-owned African start-ups

Fifty fledgling businesses selected from nine countries have access to the non-equity fund.