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Mlalazi wins big at Nigerian gospel show

He said this can be achieved with more corporate support.
By Winstone Antonio 15h ago
Tupac Shakur's final moments are revealed in never-before-seen images
Tupac Shakur's final moments are revealed in never-before-seen images
Cops released new details surrounding the arrest of Duane 'Keffe D' Davis, the man charged in connection with the rapper's death in September 1996. 
By Daily Mail UK Oct. 3, 2023
Shoko, Mitambo flame dies down in style
He said theatre hubs should be set up in every community so that people have a rich entertainment culture.
By Winstone Antonio and Tendai Sauta Oct. 3, 2023
Skit actor laughs off suicidal perception
Thabiso noted that the video coincided with a nasty dream about him by his superstitious aunt.
By Rex Mphisa Oct. 3, 2023
Movie Review: St4llone, St4tham are back in ‘Expend4bles,’ yet another expend4ble sequel
Gravity is setting in throughout “Expend4bles,” a movie whose most enticing mystery is not the secret identity of its shadowy villain.
By AP news Oct. 2, 2023
Technology has revolutionised music: Mbeu
The eight-track album was launched on Saturday at Jongwe Corner in Harare.
By SHARON ZEBRA Oct. 2, 2023
Miss Universe Zim princess talks on imitating Zozi
Miss University of Zambia (First Runner-Up 2022), Queen of Zambia (2022) and Miss Universe Zimbabwe (First Runner-Up 2023).
By EDWIN NHUKARUME Sep. 30, 2023
Nama relocates to Byo
He said they had created a documentary compiling events from the past four years which was set to premiere on YouTube, an American online video sharing and social media platform.
By SHARON ZEBRA Sep. 29, 2023
Dangarembga honoured for her democracy crusade
Nervous Conditions was the first novel to be published in English by a black woman from Zimbabwe, and in 2018 the book was among BBC’s top 100 stories that shaped the world.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 29, 2023
Dangarembga wins Africa freedom award
The award is courtesy of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom who confirmed the developments on micro blogging site X (formerly Twitter).
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 28, 2023
Dzavo uses pen to fight oppression
Dzavo asserts that her journey as a young female author, which is dedicated to women empowerment, has brought about significant changes to Zimbabwean society.
All set for Call to Worship Global’s 15th anniversary
Several guest artistes including minister Michael Mahendere, Curt Hardy from South Africa, minister Temwani Mupeta, pastor Teddy Matanyani, pastor Felix and Michelle Chimba.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 28, 2023
Shoko Fest brightens showbiz arena
Festival director Farai “Comrade Fatso” Munroe said the festival continued to stick to its values of providing a platform for emerging and established artists to share the stage.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 28, 2023
Curtain comes down on Climate Change Exhibition
Material picked up by the artists included old tyres, shoes, radiators, fabrics, glasses, wire, threads and nails, among other items.
Motsi: Muzarabani’s rising sungura voice
Mr Muzarabani later regrouped with other members in 2018 to form an all-male a capella gospel group, Varanda VaJehovha.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 27, 2023
Zim, Eswatini partner in fashion, cuisine showcase
At the event, which was a mixture of fashion and cuisine exhibitions Zimbabwe was represented by Noliwi “Noli B” Mhlophe and Penelope Mlauzi of Penelope Creations.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Sep. 26, 2023
Ndebele Literature Fest complements curriculum: Makhalisa
The prize for best essay writing went to Siphilisiwe Ndlovu from Gwanda High, while Victoria Falls’ Mos Oa Tunya took home the drama prize.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Sep. 26, 2023
Poetry slam champion adds spark to Shoko Fest
The country’s biggest urban culture event, the festival organised by Magamba Network, will be held from September 28 to 30 at venues spread across Harare and Chitungwiza.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 25, 2023
‘Great work first, then rewards later’
Mangweni-Furusa is currently working on her upcoming film See Me, a series of short films inspired by true stories based on research.
By SHARON ZEBRA Sep. 25, 2023
At home with Selmor
Something about me that many might not know is that I enjoy eating dhaka (clay sold) by vendors along the streets or by musika (the market).
By SHARON ZEBRA Sep. 23, 2023
Showcase of Zim talent at FNB Art Joburg
FNB Art Joburg is an annual art fair that showcases the best from institutions, galleries and artists from Africa and the diaspora.
Entertainment galore in Manicaland province
Manicaland has produced several artistic talents — the likes of Dapura Hunanzva dance group, Vabvuwi, Ntswaintswai Mbira Crew and the Expression Band, among others.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 22, 2023
Nyathi seeks funding to document Bosso history
Also known as Bosso, Highlanders Football Club was formed in 1926 by Albert and Rhodes Khumalo, who were the late King Lobengula’s grandchildren.
Roil Byo Arts Awards set for November
The categories also include visual artist (2D), visual artist (3D), arts journalist (all media) fashion designer/house, model, arts ambassador (worldwide).
Mabwemachena Mbira group lights up suicide prevention day
WHO notes that about 700 000 cases of suicide are recorded every year worldwide.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 21, 2023
‘Music creates people’s identity’
The song is set against the backdrop of rich cultural significance as the musician narrates a poignant tale of patience and ambition.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 21, 2023
Father’s blessing opened doors for Mukundu
Last week Mukundu released his sixth studio album titled Monosophy on the same day he celebrated his 53rd birthday.
By Donald Nyandoro Sep. 20, 2023
MP promises to amply artistes‘ voices in Parly
He further promised to be an honest, loyal and productive parliamentarian who facilitates development for all.