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We wish to  express our condolence to Cameroonian Dancehall artist , Brown Pilot and his family for the loss of  their father, Pa Nganji Manasses who died from cancer of the esophagus during a surgery in Yaounde. May his soul rest in perfect peace. Visit for the funeral programme.

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Saturday, May 29 towards 8 pm, Dorge Rostand Kouemaha emerged from an inconsolable talk with Paul Le Guen .
Received in one of the lounges at the Lindner Hotel & Resorts in Klagenfurt, FC Brugges attacker, left the room  very sad . With red eyes, he rushed head down to his hotel room, without talking to any person  in his path.
Marcel Ndjeng‘s  disappointment seemed even stronger. The Germano-Cameroonian, born to a Cameroonian father and a German mother, could not restrain his tears.
Before Paul Le Guen’s declaration, Stephane Mbia was seen consoling Patrick Abouna Ndzana . During dinner, we could hear the noise of players’  feedback from afar. A rare attitude since the beginning of the course.
Some players selected (Jean Makoun, Alexandre Song, Guy Roland NDY Assemb Joel Matip) with an air of relaxation, had a long conversation with friends.
After Dorge Rostand Kouemaha, Paul Le Guen  continued to inform the others individually  (Amour Patrick Tignyemb, Magadji Boukar, Patrick Mevoungou Patrick Abouna Ndzana and Marcel Ndjeng).
The only player absent is Eto’o who will join the team in Portugal.
To these players, he said the greater good he thought of them and each has its responsibilities.
However, there is  still hope for Marcel Ndjeng and Kouehama as Paul Le Guen declares:
”Until the problem of Eric-Maxim Choupo Moting is resolved by FIFA, I’ll take Marcel Ndjeng with my group to Portugal. I consider him the 24th player, he may replace Choupo Moting if the negotiations for his naturalization  fail. I also asked Dorge Rostand Kouemaha to stay ready. He can always compensate an injured person”

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”I’m going to the World Cup because I love Cameroon, above all, because I know you can count on me and because I have the patriotic duty to assume my role as captain, even amid the storm. Thank you”

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SQUAZ is a Buea-based  R & B and Afro-beat sensation, a product from the group E-Ternal. He is now a  solo artist and making hits like never before. He is currently in Nigeria where he’s hooking up with a top notch record label we won’t disclose here. Squaz was the lead singer of his group, more like the Omarion of B2K (doing all the verses. Lol) and no doubt his energy and charisma is still commendable. His album shall be released soon which will be exclusively purchased via our NexDim networks.

This video was directed and produced by Achille Eteki of Binam Studios.

Enjoy this teaser!!

Squaz- If you say, make you do so

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Cameroon’s soccer coach Paul Le Guen, released Saturday night the list of 23 players selected for the World Cup 2010 scheduled to take place in South Africa in June.

We note in this list not only the presence of a local player Vincent Abubakar (Coton Sport of Garoua), but also young players like goalkeeper Guy Roland Assemble Ndy (Valenciennes, France) his team-mate Gaetan Bong George Mandjeck (Kaiserslautern, Germany), Joel Matip (Schalke 04, Germany) and Eric Choupo-Moting (Nuremberg, Germany).

Following is the list of 23 players selected :

Goalkeepers : Hamidou Souleymanou (Kayserispor, Turkey, Idris Carlos Kameni (Espanyol Barcelona, Spain), and Guy Roland Assemble Ndy (FC Valenciennes, France)

Defenders : Benoit Assou-Ekotto (Tottenham Hotspur FC, England), Sebastien BASSONG (Tottenham Hotspur FC, England), Gaetan Bong (Valenciennes FC, France), Nathan Eccleston (OSC Lille, France), Geremi Njitap (MKE Ankaragücü, Turkey) Stephane Mbia (Olympique Marseille, France), Nicolas Nkoulou (AS Monaco, France), Rigobert Song (Trapzonspur, Turkey).

Midfielders : Takang Eyong Enoh (Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands), Jean II Makoun (Olympique Lyonnais, France), Georges Mandjeck (Kaiserslautern, Germany), Joel Matip (Schalke 04, Germany), Landry Nguemo (Celtic Glasgow , Scotland), Alexandre Song (Arsenal, England)

Attackers : Vincent Abubakar (Coton Sport of Garoua, Cameroon), Eric Choupo-Moting (Nuremberg, Germany), Achille Emana (Betis Sevilla, Spain), Samuel Eto’o (Inter Milan, Italy), Mohamadou Idrissou (SC Freiburg Germany), Achille Webo (Mallorca, Spain).

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Harshly criticized by Roger Milla, Cameroonian international striker Samuel Eto’o clearly questioned his participation in the 2010 World Cup.

Talking on Canal Foot,  here is his declaration;

“Is it worth for me to go to the World Cup? I have a few days to think about it but I’ll see if my participation is important because I do not need that in my career, It is always ahead of  events like this that people are embittered. What did Milla do ? He has not won the World Cup, they played the quarter-finals (1990), … They had one of the best teams with great players in each compartment… Is it worth for me to go to the World Cup ?


Long before the case between two of the greatest players in history Cameroonian Patrick Mboma felt a malaise within the team:

“I felt a team that was already disturbed. The disturbance was not anyway due to Roger . This case gives a little more trouble. There is a problem in the management of players who are 30 and soon to be 23. There is disgruntlement. Even if they know they will be in the list, I feel a split between Le Guen and some of the players. “

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NexDim takes you into the world of this fascinating Cameroonian beauty with a stunning profile. She tells us about her career, experiences and challenges.

Brief introduction

”I am Audrey Beyala , the African Pearl, born under the Equatorial sun of Cameroon.  1m 80 in  height and 60kg, weight.”

About  her journey to becoming a model.

”I entered the world of glitz and glitter, while in Abidjan, West Africa,the  capital of African fashion. My aunt, an intern with PATHEO introduced me to his friend, a  promoter of cultural events. This enabled me to participate in my first parade,which was my first wonderful experience.Back in Cameroon a few years later, after my Baccalaureate, I first participated in the election of   “MISS CAMEROON.” The attempt was a success. Indeed, out of sixty applicants, fourteen were initially elected, 4 for the finals and at the end  I am elected  ”3ieme Dauphine”,  of  “Miss CAMEROON . Then began a series of  interviews TV, radio, press, educational Talks in schools, Social talks for the poor,  HIV / Aids positive patients, giving Gifts, distributing condoms, and educational materials. Highly publicized, after my term, I was solicited by modeling agencies. I decided to venture into Freelance. Fortunately, in my career, I have met wonderful people who have assisted me  in my work: A lawyer named Nwame Belinga Jacques, the technical team of  magazine Networks  and an Adviser / Consultant / Agent by name Menthong Gerard.

Since then more  parades came:

-Afric Collection 4th, 5th, 6th edition
-Fashion Designers parade
PATYRAJ (A Collection of Rajesh and Patricia) A fusion between India and Africa
JOHN Black and White Collection (Cameroon)
MODELA‘s Collection (Nigeria)
KWESI-NTI‘s Collection (Ghana)
Annette‘s Collection  (Cameroon)
CHRYSTALIX Collection (Cameroon)
Terranga Couture (Guinea Conakry)
Collection IMANE AYISSI ( Tribute to Katoucha, Cameroon)
Collection JOSE ESSAM (DRC)
Alphadi and  Sahel Clothing (from the Niger)
Young Designers contests and exhibitions;
-A participation in the Contest for Young Designers:
-Ecole ESDM  (Ecole supérieure du design de mode), Cameroon
-Ecole JEMAN (Cameroon)
-Alex WAMBA (Cameroon)
-JOELLE Choupa (Cameroon)
-GUY ENANGA (Cameroon)

* Artists’ props:
-Papa Gueye (Senegal)
Some hair dressers’ Show
-A participation in  ”Spectacle de coiffure”;
-Maitre AYI, the owner of  DIMENSION ART which aims to revolutionize the art of hairdressing in Cameroon.
– A participation in  Hairdressing contest, ”Concour de coiffure”
– I also worked with El Jackson.
– The promotion of perfumes and women’s T-shirt , “FIMA 2009 ” by the fashion designer “Alphadi”
– Participation in International Exhibition  “PROMOTE” 2008 ” under the colors of  MTN and the association ” FAMOUS ART based in Orleans, France. I am a member and representative in Yaounde.
“COULEURS ET TOILES” by Nicolas Bissek
– The promotion of the new mobile option in Cameroon: MTN-TRACE MOBILE
-Participation in the inauguration of the Palais Omnisport Oyem (Gabon) by the former Interim President by Gabon.
– Participation in a charitable fashion show ”EFFOFES D’AFRIQUE” organized by “Famous ART” , Gabon.
-Participation in the contest under the leadership of hairdresser and  barber,  El Jackson, held in N’Djamena in Chad.
These experiences  on the National and International scene, rich in  human relations have  kept me close to my passion , fashion.
It  helped me develop more confidence in the catwalk , showing  more professionalism while enriching my contacts: Professional contacts  (promoters, managers, media men …) and Friends (models, Men of the media, some developers).
”As a rising star in modeling, I put forward the beauty of African women.As Black4u Beauty, I am encouraged and welcomed in my journey through the media that show interest in the values that I advocate.

Among those with whom I had to work  with ( television interviews included), I would cite:
Tina Blanche, President of the association, “FAMOUS ART” and promoter of cultural events
Ayden, presenter of the show “Planete Mode” on 3A Telesud
Sasha- BBC News
Nobody Tony -presenter of the show, “MBOA” on Canal 2 International
Bobby of  Ariane-TV
Valery TITO presenter on STV 2
Prince Kestam, Samba TV
My publications in national magazines: Nyanga, Le Messager, Mutation,  Cameroon-Plus. International magazines: Amina, Brune, Miss Ebene, Just Class, Femme d’Afrique
Internet media: , to name but a few. They have always encouraged me in my work and my passion.

Modeling is still a taboo and stigmatized; Regarded as a medium for beautiful girls with empty heads. This is mostly because some take advantage of the naivety of  girls who have a passion for fashion and modeling. They drag them into a point where they can no longer cope. I received proposals from these unscrupulous people in my career where I have nearly entered into contracts that would have cost me damage. Fortunately, being more informed and guided by a great team, those are the obstacles I managed to avoid and which can be avoided.
The most important thing is to keep in mind the objectives set from the  unset; to believe in your passion and dreams. Dare not say things are going wrong or it does not suits you; Know how to earn respect as an African woman and keep your dignity in all circumstances.
Upcoming Events

The adventure continues. Dates of  cultural events have been programmed for  Europe, and America: Fashion Weeks, ”Egerie de grandes marques” , advertising, spots and posters, magazine covers, I will go as far as fashion will take me!.

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BLAXITY, is a  dream come true for Tony Nobody. Established in 2003 ,The BLAXITY project was to create a “village” of young talents  in order to give them a means of artistic expression and cultural development while reducing the mass idleness amongst youths.
Tony Nobody is one of the biggest urban cultural promoters in Cameroon  with his  show,  ”MBOA” aired on CANAL 2 International every Wednesdays at 4pm and rebroadcast on Saturdays at 4pm.
BLAXITY now  well accustomed to the promotion of this art, has established itself through its activities mainly on the production of radio programs: ”Bled City” for the radio NOSTALGIE in 2004 and TV: ”Mboa” since 2006 and Canal Vacances both broadcast on Canal 2 Television International.
We can also talk of other works in their portfolio like  the Fiesta Live Ultime in 2004, Noyau Dur ‘s  concerts in December 2004, Diam‘s  in Yaounde and Sean Paul in 2008.
BLAXITY also organized  the first, second, third and fourth anniversary of  Mboa; 1st, 2nd and 3rd MBOA HIP HOP AWARDS, 1st, 2nd Sprite Hip Hop Festival, and soon  they shall be  speaking  of the publication of a magazine “Bled Mag.
Its young and dynamic team led by Jacky Ata, assisted by Tony Nobody who is the principal asset and the hub, work without stopping the growth and development of  Mboa Hip Hop,  a task that is not  easy giving the financial difficulties BLAXITY is facing since it has no shareholders to support its actions. It is  therefore supported by the enthusiasm of its members.
”La cite de l’art” (Blaxity) is mobilizing the  preparation for the release of  Tony Nobody’s new album.
This album features X Maleya and other big names in the Hip Hop industry in Cameroon.

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Various means are used by Cameroonians to express their discontent about the state of affairs in the country of the Indomitable Lions: Valsero on his part, chose music.
In his album “Politikement instable” , the rapper whose real names are Abe Gaston Philippe talks about the problems that plague Cameroon: ”Ce pays tue les jeunes’  (This country kills young people)” Lettre au president  (Letter to the President, ”Mon Pays” (My Country) , ”La vie est dur’ (Life is hard) .

Valsero is different and stands out: his criticism was constructive and a truthful attack of what he sees as the evils of Cameroon.
In  “Letter to the President” , far from falling into  rudeness, Valsero almost affectionately addresses  Paul Biya, whom he calls ” Presi “:
The riots of February, the unemployment rate, embezzlement, the coexistence of poverty and ostentatious luxury, the mass exodus to the West …are challenges our Country is facing.
Valsero, the seventh of a family of 12 children are educated, a graduate of the ENS  Yaounde, father of a little girl, Valsero never managed to acquire a job in his field and ended up on the airwaves as a presenter: Magic FM Radio and Satellite Siantou FM where he presents musical programs.
Valsero had created a group (Ultimatum) he abandoned in 1997.
Still on the momentum of conscientising, Valsero joined in a Junior Foundation Board in 2007 to educate young people to vote and to write the song “Va voter” which was financed by a Canadian association and started a caravan throughout Cameroon.
A year later, Valsero returned to the studio and produced his album with 9 tracks: “Politikement unstable” . It also contains “Repond”, a second letter to Paul Biya, the former having had no response from the  latter.
The album  experienced some success, as Valsero received an award in 2009 and the Canal d’Or for best rap artist.
repond par VALSERO

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