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Ex-beauty queen fights for girls’ rights

A former Miss Zimbabwe finalist, Chingonzo also has a soft spot for the disadvantaged.
By Winston Antonio Dec. 3, 2022
Zim author pens anthology
Zim author pens anthology
POLAND-BASED Zimbabwean author Martin Makoni has penned his debut anthology titled The Nitram Archives
By Darlington Mwashita Dec. 2, 2022
Gumunyu, the unsung pencil artist
Gumunyu said he is developing skills to market his artworks both direct and online to reach out to a wider market.
By Tendai Sauta Dec. 1, 2022
Zim model crowned Universal Queen Africa 2022
A public health researcher with the Biomedical Research and Training Institute of Zimbabwe, Shamuyarira shrugged off stiff competition from contestants drawn from 15 African countries.
By Winstone Antonio Dec. 1, 2022
Musonza delves into difficulties of quitting drugs
In the novel, written in both English and Shona, Musonza examines a fairly unexplored topic, the difficulties a young man faces when trying to stop using drugs.
By Rejoice Phiri Dec. 1, 2022
Kanye West, Kim Kardashian finalize divorce
In order to cover their children’s medical, security, and educational costs, both parents will each contribute 50% of the total cost.
By Vanguard Nov. 30, 2022
Murerabvudzi’s international catwalk deferred
The Harare-based model said she would, however, continue preparing for the pageant, adding that she was confident of winning the crown with the support of Zimbabweans.
By EDWIN NHUKARUME Nov. 30, 2022
Look beyond yourselves, girls urged
The family institution is important in intilling moral values and championing the fight against GBV.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 30, 2022
Bulawayo’s Glory found new ways to write about violence and peace
The hope is to create “the kind of glory that burns eternal and glows with living light”.
By The Conversation Nov. 29, 2022
‘Remember the under-privileged this Christmas’
She called on society to join her in making Christmas merry for the less privileged.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 29, 2022
Ndlovu animates The Wonder Girl
Ndlovu believes he improves on his each time he creates a piece of beautiful work of art and he has kept creating competition for himself over the years.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 29, 2022
Feature: Feared Nyau dancers try to change public image
Members hope that the more people learn about the true identity of Gule Wamkulu, the more easily they will recognize the copiers.
By VOA Nov. 29, 2022
Youths advocating for social justice through dance
Team Expandables, has been nurturing talented young girls and boys in their community by creating employment for youths to remove them from the streets.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 29, 2022
DJ Levels under probe
DJ Levels allegedly forced himself on musician Shashl, real name Ashleigh Moyo before they were in a relationship.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 28, 2022
Zim-British television director scoops Emmy Award
Sex Education series, created by Laurie Nunn, was directed by Mapfumo and Ben Taylor.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 28, 2022
Stage set for Mangoma’s Dzagogo launch
The launch has been set for Reps Theatre in Belgravia, Harare.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 28, 2022
Extreme Dreamers dances against drugs abuse
“Art has the power to change society and the message can be easily understood through artistic expression.
By EDWIN NHUKARUME Nov. 28, 2022
I’m my own man: Aggabu Nyabinde
I am a young, energetic and adventurous artiste who likes to experiment with musical sounds. I always try to fuse genres and come up with new sound.
By Winstone Antonio Nov. 26, 2022
Kapfumo-Nyakutsunga relishes fairytale rise
RAISED from the dusty streets of Zororo, the oldest section of Sakubva high-density suburb in Mutare
By Life & Style Reporter Nov. 25, 2022
Gauteng pledges to build school in honour of DJ Sumbody
The Gauteng government has pledged to build a cultural development school in memory of Monate Mpolaye hitmaker
By Sowetan Live Nov. 25, 2022
Zvepano exhibition offers female perspectives on social issues
That would be a wasted opportunity for growth through experiment and inspiration in a new environment.
Takura takes acts to 7 Arts Theatre
Takura promised to eloquently deliver a rendition of his hit songs and bring out his other side he claimed many do not appreciate.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 24, 2022
Chakombera’s novel explores the suffering of women
Chakombera said he strongly felt his mother, who died in 2019, would have wanted him to publish the book.
By Life & Style Correspondent Nov. 24, 2022
Luke Snow's artworks offers musicians business idea
Recently he designed packaging material for snacks emblazoned with names of some popular musicians in the country such as dancehall singers Winky D and Nutty O and others.
By EDWIN NHUKARUME Nov. 24, 2022
Schools battle for honours at Jikinya Dance Fest
Jikinya is a dance performed as an expression of happiness with lots of drumming, dancing and singing.
By Winstone Antonio Nov. 23, 2022
Iran seeks to promote Islam through art
The Iranian embassy in Harare said interested artists must submit their artworks in the form of photos, videos, articles, songs and paintings via email.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 23, 2022
Embassy showcases South Korean movies in Harare
Korean ambassador to Zimbabwe, Bongkae Do said films do not only entertain, but they also educate and raise awareness and explore certain issues in society.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 23, 2022
Thespians lament state of Zim theatre
Above all, the forum was meant to reflect on best practices for thespians and mapping out good strategies for the development of theatre in Zimbabwe.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 22, 2022