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The online streaming space is heating up in Africa, fueled by a huge desire for African media content from consumers inside and out of the continent. The latest ‘Netflix for Africa’ competitor is Wabona – a startup that proudly focuses on Sub-Saharan content, empowering content creators, as well as facilitating a distribution platform for the African diaspora.
Wabona is a graduate from startup accelerator 88mph’s Cape Town 2013 programme, and was one of the most charismatic pitching teams at its demo day.
Mich Atagana spoke to founders Simbarashe Mabasha and Simukayi Makuna about Wabona’s subscription model, competitors, licensing issues and the challenge of bandwidth on the continent.