About Jabu

Tyron "Jabu" Barnard, the founder of All Things Jabu, is also the site editor and main writer. The reigning top blogger at the SAB Media Awards, Jabu is a regular sports analyst for ETV Sunrise. He has had work published in Deelish Life ‘n Style, The South African and Yes Magazine

The Pit Wall – Singapore

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Singapore was a scorcher in more ways than one this past weekend! Reliability issues, intense humidity and general chaos as per the norm in Singapore, all made the race into one of the more memorable in recent years. Singapore is Continue reading

Rhett Diaries – Games are well underway

Rhett Diaries

There is something rather special about walking into a capacity stadium representing your country in the sport you love. This opening ceremony was no exception. Glasgow put on a show for the athletes and we responded! It is amazing how Continue reading

5 South Africans to watch at the Commonwealth Games

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As I sit watching the classy opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, I am filled with excitement and pride as our South African team head into the games in a quest to improve on the 5th placed finish in Continue reading

The Open Championship – South Africans

2011 Presidents Cup - Preview Day 2

The Open Championship kicks off this morning with a golf course that has been described as really good. South Africa, who have 10 titles in Open Championship history, will descend on Royal Liverpool with victory their aim. The South African Continue reading

PUMA unveil the new Arsenal Kit

PUMA Arsenal

PUMA produced something quite spectacular last night as they unveiled the new Arsenal Trilogy of Kits. PUMA have not really been mainstream in English football (apologies to Newcastle) and their marketing has been more of a guerrilla marketing approach. But Continue reading

FIFA World Cup Final 4 and the Manufacturer Wars

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There are four teams left in the FIFA World Cup and much has already been made of these four teams and who the favourites are. But we thought we would look into the manufacturer wars and see who is leading Continue reading