Posts in Wabona

  • Happy Birthday Wabona from Malik Yoba

    Posted in Wabona,What's going On on November 17th, 2013 By Wabona

    Acclaimed African-American film and TV star, Malik Yoba, took some time to record a video celebrating Wabona’s 1 year anniversary. We are grateful to Malik, who is a great friend to Wabona and its management. for his time and we look forward to working with him. Like, Share, Tweet, Google+ this video. Remember Wabona is […]

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  • 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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  • Love is easy, Marriage is hard!

    Posted in Guest Posts,Life and Culture,Wabona on September 13th, 2013 By Wabona

    Ummm…so it’s been a while since I wrote a blog post. I would blame my life, with my demanding kids and husband but no thats not it. I haven’t had much to say frankly. My life is pretty simple and too comfortable at times. But I was recently jolted into some interesting thoughts that I […]

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  • Things Have Gotten Real

    Posted in Life and Culture,The Reality Deal with Tara,Wabona on August 29th, 2013 By Tara Mugabe-Wilson

    Oprah’s Life Class episodes have been eye opening, riveting, amazingly therapeutic and educating! I can exclaim from the rolling hills, that the content is major and a must watch. I was open to the healing!!! The episode discussed Fatherless Sons and Fatherless Daughters, an extremely powerful conversation. Being that fatherhood could be a topic that […]

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  • Agenest

    Posted in Guest Posts,Life and Culture,Wabona on August 28th, 2013 By Ticha

    Zimbabwean people have a certain way of taking English words and changing the sound (and sometimes the meaning) of the words that almost makes them into new words. One of my favorite Zimbabwean (Zimbo) words is “agenest” which is derived from the English word “against”. It can be used in a similar fashion to its […]

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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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  • Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind - Part 2.

    Posted in Guest Posts,Life and Culture,Wabona on July 15th, 2013 By Wabona

    This is the second part of a two-part blog post about dating.  First Date Blues My insecurities were unleashed when I had to go on my first date with my Kevin. It was traumatising. Kevin would normally come over and chill with me when my cousin was around. Nothing crazy, I would talk crap while […]

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  • Temptations: Confessions of a marriage counsellor

    Posted in Guest Posts,Life and Culture,Wabona on July 9th, 2013 By Ticha

    Spoiler alert: This post contains spoilers about the film. Stop reading if you want to watch the film. This blog was originally posted on In our house, we believe in democracy and so when it comes to picking films we alternate. The last film we had watched was Iron Man 3 (not bad for […]

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