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Sunday, 29 May 2022 19:24
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When children see or experience violence (perpetrated by their parents) at home, they might end up being perpetrators of abuse in their own homes. What role can involved parenting play in preventing this? Is it true that poor communication could be the biggest cause of abusive marriages? Could works of art such as poetry be an effective way of driving the domestic violence message across? As the world continues to battle against this social ill, we bring you part 2 of out ongoing conversation on domestic violence. We have selected subject matter experts for this episode as seen on the flyer. APEX TALK will be yours this Monday, starting at 10am EST (4pm in Johannesburg).

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Last Updated on Sunday, 29 May 2022 19:28
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Sunday, 13 February 2022 08:44

THE HOTJEM is one of the earliest entertainment blogs in the African online community. When its founder and CEO, Mbole Ekaney rebranded the outfit three years, THE HOTJEM turned a new page. Since then, it’s been from one new idea to the other, including a LIVE broadcasting component that has won a lot of admiration from the blog’s audience. Perhaps, the latest initiative, THE HOTJEM Magazine, is the most amazing development at least, these past couple of months. The hard-copy mag has just been launched and is now in circulation. Mbole Ekaney and team will be talking about this new project to Apex 1 Radio in the coming days. Watch out for that! For now, grab your copy of THE HOTJEM Magazine and have a jolly reading!

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 February 2022 09:01
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Saturday, 13 November 2021 13:32


About this time last year, Fisherman’s Diary, produced by Kang Quintus and directed by Enah Johnscott brought excitement to movie lovers when it was selected for the 93rd Academy Awards, the OSCARS. Here comes another Cameroonian movie, making its way to the OSCARS. The cast and crew of HIDDEN DREAMS will join me on radio at 8am EST (2pm gmt+1) to talk about this latest achievement. The show starts at the top of the next hour.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 14 November 2021 15:36
News / Latest / Ernest Kanjo
Tuesday, 05 October 2021 03:02

FB crashes_
My Facebook show comes up every Monday at 12 pm easter time and teaches followers how to become entrepreneurs by kick-starting with zero capital,” Flavine started, as she explained how a rare day without social media access looked like. She went on: “The show attracts up to three thousand instant and active viewers and is every follower’s Monday schedule.” “Missing it today is a herculean task to digest and I feel terribly frustrated.”This has never happened, and it is strange”

When this writer confirmed after fruitless attempts to access WhatsApp and Facebook, that the apps, including Instagram were down due to crashed servers, the immediate reaction was to seek users’ reactions. This should be a normal reflex for a keen observer of social media fans who have travelled a long way with this new form of communication to finally becoming fiercely addicted to it. And yes, social media is addictive.

Next phone call – Celyne in Dallas, Taxas. How are you coping without WhatsApp? “Ernest, I’m not coping.”Can you imagine how boring it could be without those memes, coming in?” Celyne juggles her ball 24/7 on WhatsApp status. “That’s where I catch my fun, it is my life and I just cannot go a whole day with WhatsApp status, never!”

To Kelsie, reached on phone at 3:15pm eastern time, it was a dark day. “I’m feeling like the world is coming down without Facey and Whassy, it’s not funny,” he said. “These are my biggest sources of information and I believe in them.” “Do you have an idea when the problem will be fixed?” Without assuming it was a rhetoric, this writer played fair to respond by joking it could last really long. “Man, don’t say that I would be in a terribly bad shape if this thing is not resolved in the next couple of hours.” Kelsie affectionately calls Facebook Facey and WhatsApp Whassy.

George did not wait to be called. He rang first. “What is going on with Facebook, and are you able to communicate on WhatsApp?” When this writer confirmed Facebook servers had crashed, George crashed. George is a soft blogger who writes highlighted comments and jokes that attract thousands of likes each time they drop. He drops them regularly and has developed an irresistible pleasure doing this over the years. He is popular and enjoys this fame on Facebook. “This is bad business for me my brother,” he regretted. “Hope this doesn’t drag on.”

Upon return, users have been recounting their day’s experience without one of the the most addictive social media platform. “It’s been a dark day,” writes one. “I’m sure most 237 people went to the psychiatric ward today for the time that Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were down,” blogger Mbole Ekane of The Hotjem wrote. “The world was normal for a while,” another Facebook user joked, perhaps, insinuating that the app drives people mad. “Online CEOs were temporarily out of business today,” yet another user. The highlighted comments are aplenty.

The umbrella reaction has been the assuring one from the young founder of Facebook himself. Mark Zuckerberg wrote: “Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger are coming back online now. Sorry for the disruption today - I know how much you rely on our services to stay connected with the people you care about.”

What a day it was! Perhaps, it was a day set aside to demonstrate the power of the three social media handles, run by Facebook.

Welcome back the Facebook family!


Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 October 2021 03:51
News / Latest / Ernest Kanjo
Monday, 04 October 2021 03:54

YIJIKA TTSBetween 2005 and 2013 (may fall short of exactitude), Solange Yijika’s face did justice to Cameroonian movies. Not only was this actress every producer’s dream, but she was also the first to appear on their casting sheet. It was easily so, thanks to her irresistible performance on set. Yijika possessed a firm grip of her script and would hold her directors spellbound upon delivery. “She makes me eager to jump on set and do this thing,” an aspiring onlooker had mentioned on the set of her movies in 2007.

Yijika had been discovered at the rehearsals of TRIALS OF PASSION II, a series on CRTV. That was in 2004. The film was later shot in 2005 and projected either that year or in 2006. Yijika shined in it and other movies in which she starred in the years that followed.

Disturbingly, other imperatives have always whisked the talented actress off the movie set. Even when Yijika has made frantic efforts to be around, it has clearly been a challenge. This long absence of the lead in many movies of yesteryears, including Neba Lawrence’s LAND OF SHADOWS (2008) and TROUBLED KINGDOM (2012), respectively produced by Agbor Gilbert Ebot and Fred Keyanti, has costed the industry a new generation of movie lovers who have little or no knowledge about the one-time screen goddess.

But hey, Yijika is re-emerging. She is back on Neba Lawrence’s set - the director with whom the actress has done the highest number of her jobs. “I saw that coming,” one Yijika fan commented, reacting to the casting of the actress in Neba’s upcoming AGAINST THE WIND, set to be filmed. “This had taken too long to come, but I’m glad and excited that Lawrence brought my favorite back on set.”

Scores of other movie lovers would react in like manner. The actress and her performance had been missed, especially during these years of digital wonders in film production, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix exultation. Yijika and other names of yesteryears will be rolled on the credits of AGAINST THE WIND, including Yimbu Emmanuel, Moma Pascal aka Bob, Quinta Eyong Ashu and Magdaleine Agbor.

Solange Yijika starred in other movies such as MARK OF THE ABSOLUTE (2007), produced and directed by Asaba Ferdinand aka Penda, ROYAL DESTINY (2009), produced by Ayi Chatou Inoua and directed by Neba Lawrence, GREAT PAIN (2009), directed by Neba Lawrence, etc. Anxiety grows as the film community awaits this new movie.

Last Updated on Monday, 04 October 2021 03:57
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