An Insight on Joseph Didier Ndi-Samba; founder of the Motbinama International S.A. Group

A model and an exemplary citizen, he invests himself every day to improve the living conditions of the people. Joseph Didier Ndi-Samba has made a commitment to completely renovate the neighbourhood where he grew up. The Nkomo district at the Lieu-dit Residence des Palmiers has been completely refurbished by its efforts through all of its local teams mobilized within the MOTBINAMA INTERNATIONAL group. After a few months the bet is held with Maestria.

For several months, teams followed one another, and a whole neighbourhood was being refurbished, which was falling apart. This is how the inhabitants have had time to see the disappearance of grasses, redesigned and constructed gutters, public benches and spaces installed or renovated, and public lighting installed. Rehabilitation of roads and bituming of some of them. A household waste management system was installed as well as a monitoring system to better protect the public.

It is in total a sum of 174 million FCFA which was paid out to allow the inhabitants to benefit from a renovated and refurbished district!

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Living abroad for more than ten years, Joseph Didier Ndi Samba has promised himself a European standing to this district so that it has nothing to envy to those whom they frequent around the world.

A commendable initiative and to be encouraged. According to well-introduced sources, initiatives in this direction will increase and diversify, to the delight of Cameroonians.

A man of culture, Joseph Didier Ndi-Samba produces talent and advocates for the promotion of talent and merit. For those who know him, he has a refined ear and nothing escapes him. This elephant memory is a fine music lover who listens to both traditional and world music. As a citizen of the world, he feels comfortable in intercultural mixing but never forgets his roots.

Joseph Didier Ndi-Samba is a 40-year-old, intrepid, multilingual entrepreneur born in Yaoundé, Cameroon. He made it to the Glob-Autos Yaoundé establishments at the age of 17 and launched into the Public Markets and delivery of spare parts. After that, he became the Garage Manager of Samba Autos at the age of 18, which was associated with the importation of used vehicles from Germany.

Holder of a DUTS in Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Yaoundé (Cameroon) he is also Engineer in Mechatronics (Motormanagement and Signal Stabilization) (WBH Darmstadt) Germany.

Joseph Didier Ndi Samba is fluent in 8 languages and is the founder of the Motbinama International S.A. Group (Six companies and 207 employees in 4 countries) with an annual turnover of 20 million euros, which are deployed in the following Business Sectors:
– Mechanical engineering
– Manufacture of motor vehicles
– Restoration of historic vehicles
– Building and public works
– Real estate
– Investment
– Monitoring and management of artistic careers
– Import-Export
– International logistics
– Scientific research;
Motbinama SA’s investments in Cameroon amounted to 1 billion 205 million francs in two years.

Huawei unveils Mate 30 & Mate 30 Pro: Google Andriod OS

Huawei has launched its Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro. These are the first phones affected by the US-China trade war, a major smartphone which does not have access to Google apps. Google outlined earlier this year that, under US restrictions on trade with China, Huawei would not be able to host Google services. While the famed search engine will be intact, there will be no Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube and no Google Play Store usually available to users when they buy a new phone, apps like SnapChat, Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and more.

Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group, said: “The era of 5G is an opportunity to re-think smartphone technology and the Huawei Mate 30 series is the ultimate expression of what’s possible. It’s the best for global 5G connectivity.”

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Yu showed a 5G speed test where the Mate 30 Pro was 50 per cent faster than Samsung’s competing Note 10 5G phone. He also used graphics showing the Mate 30 downloading an HD movie 80 per cent faster than a 4G phone.
Huawei says it still prefers to work with Google and the Android operating system though the loss of Google services makes no difference to the millions of Chinese consumers who regularly snap up Huawei smartphones but who have little or no access to Google Play Store anyway because of Chinese internet restrictions.

Huawei is developing its own operating system internationally. Called Harmony OS, it is not yet ready to power a global smartphone ecosystem. It will initially only power devices like smart TVs, smart screens, smart watches, in-vehicle systems and smart speakers.

But it is a platform which, in time, will allow developers to build the apps which lace together the complex developer ecosystem vital for smartphones. In other words, Huawei – second largest smartphone maker in the world – has taken the first steps towards creating an alternative platform to Android.

Android is open source technology – meaning anyone can use it – but Huawei is developing Harmony just in case that too is denied.

Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro can make use of a process known as “side loading” – the ability for the user to download apps missing because of the loss of Google services. With a relatively simple (if previously little known) process, phone owners can go to APK sites (Android Package Kit file format, as used by Google’s system). They can download the desired apps, thus sidestepping the ban created by the trade war.

For now, however, the big challenge facing the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro is how the average user will cope with this extra process. The phone itself has been designed to attract, with eye-catching colours and a big screen with a sleek body which Yu says makes it feel compact. It is available in 4G and 5G versions, which Apple’s new iPhone 11 isn’t.

Source: http://www.houseofaceonline.com

Stanley Enow together with the Kadji Foundation share love with Internally Displaced persons

It was in high spirits that prolific Cameroonian artist, Stanley Enow together with the Kadji Foundation paid a visit to the camp in Bonaberi, Douala, where Internal Displaced Persons have been residing.

Stanley who seems to have a busy schedule due to the preparations building up towards his album release, squeezes out time to share a moment of joy with his brothers and sisters who have been gravely affected by the on going crisis in the anglophone region of Cameroon.

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He spent the day interacting, encouraging, singing but most importantly sharing love with the IDPs. Stanley did not hesitate to give out words of encouragement to them during this encounter. It is good to know that we have celebrities who not only understand humanity but also understand the importance of connecting with it. This event was put together by Carlton Smile Charity Organisation together with Cameroonian blogger and philanthropist, Henriette Nshan. Their joint effort enabled 30 kids go back to school.

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As the pressure builts up, we patiently await the release of his next studio album; Stanley Vs Enow.

Meanwhile you can follow him on Social Media to keep up with everything Stanley!

Facebook: Stanley Enow Official

Instagram : @stanleyenow

Twitter: @StanleyEnow

Trending: 26-years-old Thebe Magugu, wins the LVMH 2019 Award

Young South African designer, Thebe Magugu won the sixth edition of the LVMH award. The award was presented to him on Wednesday, September 4th, at the Louis Vuitton Foundation

Young South African designer, Thebe Magugu won the sixth edition of the LVMH award. The award was presented to him on Wednesday, September 4th, at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris, by Delphine Arnault, Deputy General Manager of Louis Vuitton . He is the first African designer to win one.

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Thebe Magugu succeeds Japanese designer Masayuki Ino, founder of the brand “Doublet” who won this award last year. The South African distinguished himself in front of seven other candidates in the final, including Israeli designer Hed Mayner who won the Karl Lagerfeld Prize, former Special Jury Prize. He receives an endowment of 300,000 euros and enjoys a year of mentoring with the teams of the French luxury group. In 2019, the LVMH Prize registered more than 1,700 applications from a hundred different countries.

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Thebe Magugu is a young stylist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Originally from the small town of Kimberley, he came to Johannesburg to study fashion design, photography and fashion media at LISOF Fashion School. After earning the highest grade for one of his collections, he did internships and worked for a series of creative institutions and fashion distributors. Two years later, he created his eponymous label, THEBE MAGUGU – South African fashion brand specializing in women’s ready-to-wear and who plays on the mix of materials in her silhouettes.

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Its collections – Geology (SS’17), Home Economics (AW’18) and Gender Studies (SS’18) – are cited as a nod to the current political climate in South Africa and abroad, particularly in as regards the expectations put on the modern woman.

Thebe Magugu is inspired by women who have played an important role in his life. Last February, he won the “international fashion showcase award”, a prize awarded by the British Fashion Council, which rewards fashion designers emerging.

Speaking of his brand, the stylist explains: “With our core values ​​of quality, novelty and culture, we are always looking for new ways to dress women with everyday clothes while highlighting them. . The sleek, modern design meets patterns from the history of our continent, creating elegant, multi-faceted garments as precious as the women who wear them. “

The other LVMH award winners are Marine Serre (2017), Grace Wales Bonner (2016), Portuguese duo Marques’Almeida (2015), first winner of the award, Montrealer Thomas Tait (2014) and Japanese Masayuki Ino (2018) previously cited.

Source: http://www.africanshapers.com

Binta Diallo Signs Management Deal with Cameroonian-owned LUX Group of Companies

LUX Group of Companies is pleased to announce the signing of a new
Management deal with Guinea Model and Actress, Binta Diallo.

LUX Group of Companies is pleased to announce the signing of a new
Management deal with Guinea Model and Actress, Binta Diallo.
Mother to 3-year-old King Ayo, who she shares with Nigerian Superstar Wizkid, Binta ‘Blue Diamond’ Diallo is a Model, Actress and Business Owner. Originally from Guinea, she splits her time between Alabama, Atlanta and New York.

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Since signing up with LUX Group of Companies, Binta has been cast on the new American TV Show, Main Course Divas, set to air on Broadcast TV in the USA. LUX Group of Companies is owned by Atlanta-based Cameroonian Entrepreneur, Dora Ndip.