• More Than A Rapper - The Anniversary for The Black Album

    Posted in Guest Posts on November 20th, 2013 By Tinashe Mabasha

      The Black Album was released on November 14 2003. At the time, this was Jay-Z  aka Hov’s last album and he was retiring to become President of Island-Def Jam records and pursue other business interests. Last week was the 10 year anniversary of this record. The Black Album is widely recognized as Hov’s best […]

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  • 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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  • Bhundu brewing: Starting up a Microbrewery in Africa.

    Posted in Guest Posts on November 4th, 2013 By Wabona

    This is a Guest Blog Post by Raymond Shana. Raymond shares one of his many exciting days in the world of building his own brewery. Craft Brewing or Microbrewing is taking the world by storm and Africa is not far behind. Enjoy Raymond’s tale in this new world of beer. 3 years of dreaming, planning, business model […]

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  • Its Rap but Not as we know it: Drake Changes the Game with Nothing Was the Same

    Posted in Beats & Soul with Carly,What's going On on October 16th, 2013 By Carly Mond

    Seriously has there been anything hotter than rap and hip hop this year?! So rewind back to late 2010, I am in a bar with some friends having a heated debate about who the best rapper at that time was. Drake had dropped ‘Thank Me Later’, ‘Best I Ever Had’ was still being played daily […]

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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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  • R ‘n’ B - My First Love

    Posted in Beats & Soul with Carly,Guest Posts,What's going On on September 23rd, 2013 By Carly Mond

    OK I have a big confession to make……I have been having an affair!!! I feel guilty and ashamed of myself but it’s really not my fault – you see Hip-Hop has been so enigmatic and powerful this year that it has turned by ear from my first love, my partner – R’n’B. Now before I […]

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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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  • 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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  • Sequel-itis

    Posted in Guest Posts,What's going On on September 9th, 2013 By Ticha

    Sequel-itis - noun. Danger that arises when producers of a successful film think that making a sequel is a brilliant idea because the first one made so much money A studio makes a film. The film does very unbelievably well at the box office. Someone at the studio sees the incredible amounts of cash rolling […]

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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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