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Mbira star Hope in collabo with German pianist

Masike, who was gorgeously dressed in African attire on each of her two sets, created an enchanting moment.
By Tendai Sauta 10h ago
Tammy nominated for Afrima award
Tammy nominated for Afrima award
Tammy, through her song Sare, has been nominated for the Best Female Artiste in southern Africa.
By Freeman Makopa Sep. 27, 2022
Shoko Festival on the roll
The festival is capitalising on the relaxed COVID-19 regulations to assume a hybrid format whereby most of its events will be physical.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 27, 2022
Zim creatives must tell own authentic stories: Gopal
The event makes a return this year after a two-year COVID-19-induced hiatus.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Sep. 26, 2022
Sungura Blast flops as high charges deliver reality check
The organisers were left with a huge bill that came with paying the artistes who performed at the poorly attended gig.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 26, 2022
‘Modelling is not all about glitz and glamour’
Besides being a commercial model, Mandibatsira is also the brand ambassador for the male fashion brand Jan Jam.
By Chiedza Mazhangara and hstv radio Sep. 24, 2022
Carnival organisers refuse to refund Mzansi Djs
Justice Makonese then found the writ of execution by Dube-Banda to be at variance with an interim relief and declared it invalid and set it aside.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 23, 2022
Makhadzi falls in love with Zim
SOUTH AFRICAN music star Makhadzi has scheduled a potentially explosive performance for October 22 at Odyssey Lodge in Kadoma.
By Winston Antonio Sep. 23, 2022
Mhere in anti-drug concert
According to the World Health Organisation, nearly 50% of Zimbabwean youth are said to be abusing drugs.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 23, 2022
Miss Cass was a rare gem
The late Chawira, who was known for championing support for local artistes both on her radio show and social media pages.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Sep. 22, 2022
Choreographer in sanitary pads fundraiser
Through his God-given talent, Muguhu has decided to give his skills to society for free.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 22, 2022
Mugabe continues to spark debate from grave
The recently premiered film, titled Mugabe which chronicles Mugabe’s rise and fall continues to ignite debate attracting mixed feelings among film enthusiasts.
By Winston Antonio Sep. 22, 2022
I sing for hope: Marcy
Janyure launched her music journey in 2008 backed by her Black Things Band.
By Life & Style Reporter Sep. 22, 2022
Rangers in 21km conservation challenge run
Local elite field rangers successfully took part at this year’s third edition of the Tusk Wildlife Ranger Challenge 21km half marathon held over the weekend.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 21, 2022
Sungura Blast to rekindle yesteryear memories
Local leading music platform, Gateway Stream Music is behind the concert, its very first sungura show.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 21, 2022
Men should lead GBV fight: Nyathi
Nyathi believes, because men are the major perpetrators of various forms of violence targeted at women and girls, they must be at the forefront of fighting the vice.
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 21, 2022
Sibanda living his writing dream
The novel touches on various societal issues that people encounter such as teenage pregnancy, human and drug trafficking, xenophobia and crime.
By Darlington Mwashita Sep. 20, 2022
TV series zeroes in on matters of inheritance
The South Africa-based Mazonde, who bemoaned financial problems as the major stumbling block for filmmakers.
By Chiedza Mazhangara Sep. 20, 2022
Gospel sensation declares war against the devil
In the song, Mukaro says the Lord will always stand by those who call on him in moments of darkness.
By Winston Antonio Sep. 20, 2022
Chipaz heads to Jam Session
It has also been a platform for up-and-coming artistes to hone and showcase their skills on the stage.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 19, 2022
Ugly scenes mar Jah Prayzah’s set at Purple Fest
Jah Prayzah only returned to the stage when things had settled. As he took to the stage again, for a moment trauma was written all over the singer’s face.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Sep. 18, 2022
Muskwe lives off paints and brushes
Just after his secondary school, Muskwe then decided to follow his passion using the National Art Gallery facilities including the library to conduct research on painting.
By Chiedza Mazhangara Sep. 17, 2022
Theatrical play eases algebra learning
The one-and-half-hour-long theatre-in-education play titled Birds of a Feather was written by Nicholas Mkaronda and directed by Teddy Mangawa.
By Winston Antonio Sep. 16, 2022
Morgan Heritage show in limbo
It was coming for a double performance on October 14 in Harare and a day later in Kadoma as part of its Island Vibes Africa Tour.
By Winston Antonio Sep. 16, 2022
Low turnout at Mai Sorobhi burial
A SOMBRE mood engulfed Warren Hills cemetery in Harare as yesteryear actress Rhoda “Mai Sorobhi” Mtembe was laid to rest yesterday afternoon.
By Moreblessings Nyoni Sep. 16, 2022
ZIFF film festival in false start
The festival organisers had not carefully observed the digital rights management process resulting in the screening of the film being compromised.
By Winstone Antonio Sep. 16, 2022
RnB star R Kelly convicted of child pornography
Kelly, whose full name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, was convicted of three counts of producing child pornography and three counts of enticement of a minor.
By APF Sep. 15, 2022
Mai Sorobhi burial today
Affectionately known as Mai Sorobhi in the drama series Paraffin, Mtembe breathed her last on Monday at Harare Central Hospital.
By Life & Style Reporter Sep. 15, 2022