Posts in Simba Says

  • The Lab Review on Wabona

    Posted in Simba Says,Wabona,What's on Wabona on October 2nd, 2013 By Simba

    Check out this great review on Wabona favourite The Lab.  The Lab is a fast-paced drama about an eclectic group of bankers chasing deals in the fast growing South African economy. Stream it now on Wabona.

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  • Is Love…War?

    Posted in Life and Culture,Simba Says,What's going On on September 18th, 2013 By Simba

    I normally blog about all things in the film and TV space on Wabona or the film and TV universe or things that excite me. But today I wanted to blog about something a bit more personal, a song’s poetic power to inspire high emotion and deep reflection at the same time. Tamar Braxton is kin to […]

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  • All You Need is 1 Mic & 7 minutes.

    Posted in Guest Posts,Simba Says,Wabona,What's going On on August 15th, 2013 By Simba

    Oh snap!!! Kendrick Lamar aka K.Dot aka Good Kid aka King of New York aka the dude who just lit up the Hip-Hop world did some ish! He just dropped the hottest verse to date in 2013 on Big Sean’s seven minute joint ‘Control’ also featuring Hip-Hop hermit Jay Electronica. My hommie Carly (@carlymond) hit me on Facebook asking […]

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  • The Black Rom-Com

    Posted in Simba Says,Wabona,What's going On on August 2nd, 2013 By Simba

    Is the Black Rom-Com back? After the success of Think Like A Man, one can safely say it is. This video talks about the need for Black Rom-Coms in the film industry today. One hopes Black Rom-Coms are here to stay. Do you agree?

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  • Askies Review on Wabona

    Posted in Simba Says,Wabona,What's on Wabona on July 29th, 2013 By Simba

    Here is the latest Wabona Review on Askies, a great, funny and quirky comedy about a small language school in South Africa. Watch Askies on Wabona.

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  • The State of African Storytelling

    Posted in Simba Says,Wabona,What's going On on June 27th, 2013 By Simba

    So what is the state of African Storytelling? I am not very happy with parts of the current African Storytelling universe. It seems very formulaic, simple, sensational and shallow. Africa has some of the most fascinating stories to tell both in our history and in our modern existence. However, many of these stories are not […]

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  • Simba on Big Brother Africa

    Posted in Simba Says,Wabona on June 24th, 2013 By Simba

    Here is a video on Simbarashe thoughts on Big Brother Africa. He is not very happy about it.

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  • Neria Review on Wabona

    Posted in Simba Says,Wabona,What's on Wabona on May 30th, 2013 By Simba

    Here is an awesome review of Wabona favourite, Neria. Neria is a story of a woman caught at the cross roads of traditional Zimbabwean culture and a rapidly modernising urban Zimbabwe.

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  • A Higher Learning for the Boyz n the Hood.

    Posted in Guest Posts,Simba Says on May 22nd, 2013 By Simba

    There are moments every few months when I wonder to myself what ever happened to John Singleton?  But I hear he made a film in 2011, Abduction, which I didn’t care to watch. Remember when he was a leading light in African-American films. He was one of the first few names I vividly remember in […]

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  • Wabona launches Subscription Service

    Posted in Simba Says,Wabona on April 13th, 2013 By admin

    Today we are proud to announce that we are launching a subscription service for all our users. For US$5.99 per month you will get  unlimited access to all our TV shows and films. We have redesigned the Wabona website and we  are launching this new service with some new West African films on Wabona. We want to make […]

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