Terrific online finds I just had to share!
There aren’t enough cameras in the world to capture all the injustice that’s happening against black lives – Me. Continue reading “I Can’t Outfit Today (Because Black Lives Matter)”
Valentine’s Day for many is a celebration of love and of relationships, and for a slew of others it’s the perfect night to kick back their heels and relax with a glass of wine, a bowl of popcorn and binge watch shows on Netflix…This makes Valentine’s Day the unofficial date night of the year. Couples go the extra mile to dine at fancy restaurants and give in to a few treats on this special occasion. This obviously means that we’ll want to look and feel our best on Val’s day. Continue reading “Lingerie Inspired Valentine Day Outfit Ideas + Giveaway!”
Jewellery made from silver is a popular choice for a lot of people, as it is much more affordable than other precious metals such as Gold or Platinum. You can find exquisitely ornate pieces of jewellery made from silver, and as it is so much cheaper than other metals, there is usually a lot more variety of choice available. But silver can tarnish and become dull quickly, so you will need to take good care of your jewellery. Continue reading “How to Take Excellent Care of your Silver Jewellery”
What’s your Thursday looking like people? Mine is looking very green, red and yellow. Yep, those are the colours from my flag 😉 When I started blogging, a lot of people didn’t know I was a Cameroonian. Continue reading “Camer Blogger of the day: Olivia La Fabuleuse”
Cameroonian travel enthusiast Eposi Litumbe launches new video blog comprised of 6 minute long videos documenting her travels and adventures. Her first stop was Monaco. Which is officially one of my favourite places after my last holiday 😉 Continue reading “Cameroonian Travel Blogger Eposi Litumbe Launches Vlog Miniseries ‘Janu With Eposi’ (Must Watch!)”
Today’s Had To Share post is an amazing fashion brand started by three sisters. Eloli is a contemporary African fashion brand. Eloli means “it is beautiful” in Bafaw, a language spoken in Cameroon. The Eloli woman and man stands out from the crowd with their adventurous and confident nature. A man and woman of the world, they are glamorous with a chic and unique style allowing them to revel in being the centre of attention.
Weddings always get me teary-eyed. Especially if it’s the wedding of someone you’ve known for a long time. This dearest friend of mine had the most resplendent white wedding on the 27th of December 2014 in Bamenda, Cameroon. All I could mutter for a long time was AWWWWWWW because they look so in love and happy and I can only wish them a happy marriage and lots and lots of beautiful offspring. I tapped Njweng for the wedding gist and this is what she had to say: Continue reading “Congrats To Mr & Mrs Focho! Atte & Njweng Tie The Knot”
How many of us call the blush pink or creamy beige shade that most Louboutin Pigalle heels come in, nude pumps? Continue reading “Had To Share: Nubian Skin To Unveil Nude Underwear Perfect For Darker Skin Tones”
A few years ago, Cameroonians had to rely on word of mouth and personal testimonies and recommendations to find out all about the latest trends and happening spots. Google Maps is usually useful for finding out information about cities like where the best eateries, clubs, salons, hotels etc can be found when we’re visiting. But unfortunately, for Cameroon; like for most African countries, there is the absence of detailed information about how to get around the heart of the town centre while visiting.
This is where Wasamundi comes in…
What it is
Wasamundi is a software and internet company that operates an online urban guide that provides information about businesses and places in the categories of restaurants, accommodation, entertainment, health, retail, travel, professional services and more in cities throughout Cameroon.
Visitors to each of Wasamundi’s city guide will find contact information, business details, location description, photos and user reviews for the businesses and places listed. Users can also contact businesses directlly through the platform via sms.
Headquartered in Buea, Wasamundi was founded by two University of Buea Physics graduates Njie Litumbe Nara and Quincy Kwende in 2011.
Finding a place to rent in Cameroon is always very difficult, expensive and slow. Usually not because there are no vacancies but rather the unavailability of information on time. We set out to change that by launching a fast, cheap and reliable service that can enable users search by price, location, distance form road or school, neighborhood etc. either by web or mobile site or by SMS.
How it started
The company’s website www.wasamundi.com began as a search service for finding information about vacant student rooms and local businesses and places around town and then later introduced direct messaging features, user reviews, and mobile applications. Wasamundi has extended its services to over 5 regions in Cameroon including the Centre (Yaounde), Littoral (Douala), South West (Buea, Limbe), North West (Bamenda), and North (Maroua.)
Wasamundi also operates a bulk SMS service; wasatexto.com, which allows people to send bulk sms as from 10frs per sms. Business owners can simply sign into their accounts and start sending SMS campaigns to their customer contact lists. Individuals can also use it for their peer to peer communication.
Another brain child of Wasamundi launched in 2012 is wasahostel.com. This is a simplified housing search service that permits house seekers find relevant and real-time information about vacancies in any locality of their choice. The service is Internet based (website and mobile site) and SMS based thus instantly available on any mobile phone. House owners make available information concerning vacancies and then wasaHOSTEL makes it searchable via SMS and internet.
The last of services is wasa.me: This A link shortener used for shortening links for use in any social site.
We are on a mission to take Cameroon’s businesses online and help grow small businesses in our communities. Our neighbourhoods are getting bigger, everybody is searching for something. Therefore the need for every local business to expand the reach a little bit. We just want to help people find them easily. A Community Manager campaign was launched in Buea.
A community manager is charged with meeting with business owners and sensitizing them about the benefits of taking their businesses online. He will also be taking them through the process of doing it which is fast easy and free. He will also meet with local consumers, talk to them about finding what they want online and helping others make good decisions by providing their reviews. He will visit businesses, consume their products then write reviews about his experience and invite others to do same. Find attached the press release and handbill.
How clever is this! If you are a business owner do not hesitate to register your business now and start getting noticed! If you’ve been to an amazing restaurant why not drop a review on Wasamundi so we’ll follow suit!
Thanks for contacting me with this brilliant idea guys! The site is amazing. I litelrally typed in ‘Achu soup’ in the search bar and I was amazed at the results. And I have more ‘hot spots’ that I never knew existed in Limbe. Hmmmmm.
Wasamundi works for any and everybody.
Are you looking for a hostel? Are you a designer, barber, shoe mender, hairdresser, landlord, beautician; whatever you are, this is where you want your business to be.
Wasamundi is the ULTIMATE guide in Cameroon.
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