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When two worlds collide

I have good communication skills and that also enabled me to become a versatile artiste who can interact with people during live performances because I am hospitable.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 20, 2024
Miss Rural Africa on the cards
Miss Rural Africa on the cards
Mazibuko said she was focusing on the continental version going forward.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Apr. 19, 2024
What artists say about Uhuru
All roads led to Buhera, Murambinda for an all-night Uhuru gala scheduled to be held yesterday where popular artists like Agatha Murudzwa were expected to perform.
By Tendai Sauta Apr. 18, 2024
MultiChoice opens children’s content
DStv Lite customers could gain access through a short-term upgrade to DStv Access.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 18, 2024
American gospel artistes to grace Zim
The Kingdom Tour set to start on  August 12 at the Glamis Arena in Harare will see the gospel musicians touring Africa, Europe and Asia for unforgettable experiences and an encounter with God.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 18, 2024
Chipanga breaks silence over Uhuru gala line-up exclusion
Uhuru is a Swahili word for freedom or independence.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 17, 2024
Life has no synopsis, says actor Tino Katsande
Dunduru, pen name Rumbi Chen, and co-author Sherlyn Chigiji Chimuto edited A Journey in Confusion.
By Tendai Sauta Apr. 16, 2024
Filmmaker exposes issues tearing apart families
Tonderai, facing hard times at his struggling mine, returned to his childhood home where his younger brother, Tichafa and his wife Gugu lived.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 16, 2024
Arts-based methodologies crucial in mental health advocacy
The conference will be made up of a series of activities related to the promotion of good mental health that include interactive workshops, paper presentations, panel discussions.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 16, 2024
Date set for Kumbekumbe Festival
Makombe urged schoolchildren and the youth to grace the occasion which will be catering for the whole family.
By Tendai Sauta Apr. 15, 2024
Multichoice brings more children’s content on DStv
Njanji said she hoped the children would enjoy all the paws, huffs and colourful entertainment on offer.
By Lifestlye Reporter Apr. 15, 2024
Muchemwa sheds light on new exhibition
She urged citizens, schools and colleges to visit the National Art Gallery in Zimbabwe, Harare so that they learn more about creative expressions.
By Tendai Sauta Apr. 15, 2024
Digital media channels provide insight into musical experiences
NewsDay Weekender examined local musicians and the songs that rank among the top five on digital platform, YouTube.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 13, 2024
Zimbabwe, Zambia celebrate cultural beauty
She Glows Africa Magazine, a local platform that celebrates the brilliance and power of African women, hosted a cultural exchange banquet in Harare
By Moses Mugugunyeki Apr. 13, 2024
Artists join forces to combat social ills
The song encourages people to look up to God for healing from the grip of substance abuse while reminding the devil to desist from misleading them.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 12, 2024
Mzansi Magic presents a race to recapture dangerous convicts
Produced by Seriti Films, the series, also stars Lunathi Mampofu as Bongi Nkosi, a police detective, and Zolisa Xaluva’s love interest.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 12, 2024
Unique Gear Fashions dresses Madzibaba
The Khiama Boys frontman also received a cake as part of celebrating his life.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 12, 2024
Parents’ support nurtures talent
Besides music, Calado Beats did a course in motor mechanics. When he is not in the recording studio, the musician will be helping his father who operates a transport and logistics company.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 11, 2024
Being multi-lingual lifted us: Fusion 5 Mangwiro
Maguta told NewsDay Life & Style that their group sings in a number of languages including English, Sotho, Ndebele and at times Mandarin.
By Tendai Sauta Apr. 11, 2024
A female artiste’s dream to make a difference in society
Xiba noted that she enjoyed exploring a wide range of genres as it was an avenue to expand horizons and take on challenges.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 10, 2024
Mlalazi eyes Nigeria’s Clima awards
The Climas are apex Christian awards in Nigeria, aimed at celebrating Christian professionals and ministers of God with integrity in every sphere of life irrespective of age and gender.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 10, 2024
Savanna Trust hosts ACCEL ZW Theatre Festival
He said festivals played a pivotal role in the development of the theatre industry in Zimbabwe.
Crocheting therapy for Murasiranwa
The self-taught designer told NewsDay Life & Style that crocheting improved her confidence when creating new pieces
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 9, 2024
Fashion show to promote, nurture local talent
Nyahonde added that the fashion show aimed to present a unique vision to the world while highlighting the diversity and creativity of fashion designers worldwide.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 8, 2024
DStv has a package for everyone: Njanji
Njanji noted that DStv Family and DStv Access bouquets are becoming increasingly popular in the Zimbabwean market.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 8, 2024
Visually impaired musician joins cholera fight
"Cholera has been a persistent problem, and I believe that through music, we can spread awareness effectively," Zomba said.
‘Stage names carry deeper meaning, symbolism’
The name symbolises the intoxicating blend of rhythms, melodies and stories that define my music.
By SHARON ZEBRA Apr. 6, 2024
Almasi stage reading shines a light on complexities of sexuality
This is part of Almasi’s staged reading series which is aimed at improving dramatic literacy in Zimbabwe.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 5, 2024