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The Muluba show talks to different extraordinary people about their outlooks on life, dealing with circumstances, what their drives their soul, and what makes them laugh. Muluba Habanyama is a communications specialist, educator, and activist. She is curious about everything and low key nosey. She believes all people are extraordinary. Twitter/Instagram: @itsmuluba
8 Episodes
On the eighth anniversary of their mother's death, Muluba and B'onje Habanyama-Alleyne sit down for a vulnerable conservation about the death of their parents.The sisters talk about how they grieve, how they keep memories alive, and more.Follow B'onje - @bonjehFollow BBODIED - @bbodied
Muluba sits down with the host of Black Queens Republic podcast, Jae Jaye! Jaejaye is a Toronto based creative passionate about empowering Black women and overall Black enfranchisement.Muluba and Jae Jaye talk about finding their confidence, setting boundaries, and dealing with being called an "angry black woman. The two friends and activists discuss how they dealing with society's constructs and how the compliment "strong black woman" isn't favorable.@jaejaye@republicqueens@blackqueensrepublic
Jahmeelah (Jam) Gamble is one of Toronto’s gifted leaders who encourages everyone to #SLAYTHEMIC!The multi-passionate media personality and speaker is on a mission to help people build their confidence and amplify their voice. Jam inspires people of all ages to not only love the sound of their voice and inspire the world with their ideas, but for everyone to communicate more meaningfully with one another.Jam talks to Muluba about how she became a professional speaker, being a black businesswoman, teaching others how to slay the mic, and more!@IAMJAMGAMBLE
Muluba sits down with a certified Trichologist and business owner, Angie Isaacs.They talk natural afro hair. What helps growth? Are braids bad? Muluba and Angie dig deeper into afro-textured hair and how it is properly cared for.Angie's passion for natural hair began in 2008 and she now has a business called The Mane Solution where she focuses on natural hair care and hair loss solutions. With her techniques and hair product line, she is dedicated to educating those who are struggling with their natural hair and want real results@themanesolution.
Muluba sits down with Canadian fashion designer and philanthropist, Andrew Coimbra.With education, experience, and a strong background in fine art and pattern cutting and garment construction, Andrew launched his own fashion label in 2015!Andrew defines his design aesthetic as cool, refined ease. Strengthened by inspiration drawn from contemporary art and youth culture, combined with an emphasis on tailoring and a focus on fine fabrics, his work offers a new approach to the world of design.In celebration of Pride month, 50% of all online accessory and signature embroidered logo hoodie purchases made on during June 2020 will be donated directly to The 519.@andrewcoimbra
Mercy Shibemba is an activist passionate about amplifying youth voices in the HIV response and loves to change perceptions about people living with HIV. In this episode, Mercy talks to Muluba about becoming an activist, growing up with HIV, and building sustainable bridges.Mercy and Muluba have a lot in common and as they like to say, they are two ships.FOLLOW MERCY @MERCYSHIBEMBA
Muluba gives you a glimpse at some upcoming guests and episodes of The Muluba Show. New Episode every Monday! Subscribe and stay tuned.
Introducing Muluba

Introducing Muluba


Muluba talks to the audience about herself and the creation and objectives of The Muluba Show.Stay tuned for full episodes with interesting guests!
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