ZiFM announced the reshuffle in a statement on Monday.
Cheda said as an art lover hailing from Bulawayo he found the appointment as a great opportunity to contribute to the contemporary art heritage in Zimbabwe.
Gospel musician, Everton Mlalazi is a happy man as he enjoys a purple patch in the wake of his music dominating local radio charts.
In a statement, NACZ spokesperson Rodney Ruwende urged relevant stakeholders and arts practitioners to initiate events that celebrate Zimbabwean cultural diversity, unity and peace.
The Nyeredzi hitmaker is currently working on yet another album expected to be released next month.
Festival organiser Dee Nosh yesterday told NewsDay Life & Style that the stage was set for the festival and urged fans to come in their numbers.
Zikhali’s manager Simbarashe Tizora urged challengers not to miss the event.
The multi-talented Kwenda, who is also a choreographer, songwriter, music educator and instrumentalist said his creativity was inspired by everyday life experience.
It is a collaborative effort between the sole sponsor Delta Beverages through its Chibuku brand, and the arts mother body, National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ).
Gwevedzi’s debut album Tsambo features the hit songs Vhunze, Daira Ndikuone and Bvuma Tiyemerane.
Makoni, who boasts six albums to his credit, said there was more music coming.
Speaking from his base in the Scandanavian country, Chikutu said he is ready for the show adding that he will be sampling new songs from his forthcoming album.
Part of the performers at the show is Suga Sugar and his Samaita Express.