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Love for 'dresses' inspired Jonah Moyo

Some musicians are driven by the love of money and fame, but for Moyo, it was the desire to win girls’ hearts
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 4, 2022

Pinjisi decision to quit music divides family

Spanner Boy’s shocking news comes at a time when his close family is divided and a majority of sungura enthusiasts were counting on the young musician to take the genre reins.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 11, 2022

Guitar virtuoso earns Mutambi popularity

The Featherstone-born musician, who is now based in Beatrice, grew up admiring sungura greats.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 18, 2022

‘Music sector marred by dishonesty’

Matamba added: “Some promoters are also in the habit of not honouring the contracts signed and end up giving flimsy excuses."
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 25, 2022

Music brought windfall in my life: Pinjisi

“Music brought some windfall in my life,” Pinjisi said.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Oct. 2, 2022

Feature: Changing climate a threat to banana farming

“In the just ended 2021 season I harvested 25 tonnes and I am aiming to reach 60 tonnes once I get my irrigation equipment fully installed.”
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Oct. 17, 2022

Feature: Brisk business for bicycle repairman

And for Mupfeki, he is doing his bit to make ends meet repairing bicycles from under a tree at the shopping centre.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Apr. 17, 2023

Feature: When beekeeping becomes a livelihood

Patsika also does not have a proper selling place for his honey and his makeshift tuckshop has been demolished several times by the Chitungwiza municipal police.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Apr. 19, 2023

Feature: Baobab fruit trade transforms man’s life

Since then piles of 50kg bags of baobab fruits have become a permanent feature behind his two-roomed house at his rural homestead.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo May. 29, 2023

Families grind baobab fruit for meals as food crisis mounts

Many more families are either grinding these fruits, or doing other innovations to survive. 
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Aug. 4, 2023

Families survive on cicadas as food stocks run out

They have become an important part of their diet as food stock runs out in this part of the country, when rainfall is low.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 1, 2023

Feature: Selling grass catapults man out of poverty

Grass selling was never in my to do list, but poverty taught me to do anything which comes my way.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 11, 2023

Rural women feel heat as food stocks run out

Government says it will start distributing food aid to more than two million citizens from October 1.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 15, 2023

It all started with a barbershop: Butau

He added: “When I started my musical journey, the money I used to pay for rehearsals was from working as a barberman.”
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 17, 2023

Music is our calling: Gakamoto Jumbo Stars

Ganizani Chiku and Vary Khumulani, the only surviving members of the original Gakamoto Jumbo Stars are busy on their other duties besides music.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 24, 2023

Thomas sings through sewing

Due to great demand in the business, Thomas  had to move into the central business district, for the convenience of customers.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Sep. 24, 2023

Citygirl returns after three-year break

Speaking to Standard Style, Citygirl said she was inspired to release the single due to the prevalence of deviant behaviour among the youths.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo Feb. 25, 2024

NGO empowers pupils through music

Although the organisation has made some strides in assisting disadvantaged youths with school fees, it still encounters a number of challenges which affect its day-to-day operations.
By Admire Jamu-Mlambo May. 30, 2024