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Dlodlo: When passion for music refuses to be silenced

Dlodlo realised her passion for music required patience and not approval. At one point, she quit because she felt her efforts were going unnoticed.
By SHARON ZEBRA 13h ago
Model, author on a journey to impact women
Model, author on a journey to impact women
Away from the books, Nyabereka began her modelling journey when she auditioned for Miss Environment Zimbabwe in August 2022 and made it to the semi-finals.
By SHARON ZEBRA Mar. 1, 2024
AKA and Tibz : Suspects appear in court, bail application postponed to 6 March
They will be back in court next week for bail verification.
By eNCA Feb. 29, 2024
I have no career regrets: Hwarari
The album launched last December at the REPS Theatre in Harare is Hwarari’s second production, after her debut effort, I Call To You, which was released in 2017.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 29, 2024
A glimpse into the lives and minds of teenagers through Obstruction
However, getting there does not seem easy as she contends with challenges, she has to tackle head-on.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 29, 2024
Kunonga’s upbringing bears fruits in music industry
Songs on the forthcoming album that is a fusion of Shona and Ndebele languages include Hushamwari, Parudo, Zuva a duet with songbird Marry Anibal and Chiedza, among other tracks.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 29, 2024
Promoters organise festival to honour The Headmaster
A former headmaster, Nyabinde breathed his last on December 23 last year, aged 68 after battling with diabetes for almost five years.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 28, 2024
German author calls for social justice reporting support
She hogged the limelight after publishing an autobiography, What White People Don’t Want to Hear About Racism, But Should Know Anyway.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 28, 2024
Mhlanga eyes Women Changing the World award
She said recognition generated from the writing had opened more avenues for her trust (for the vulnerable) inspired by her family background.
By MARGARET LUBINDA Feb. 28, 2024
Maruta extends begging bowl to represent Zim at World championships
He specialises in a diverse range of styles seamlessly transitioning between fine art, semi-realism, expressionism, dadaism and break dance.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 28, 2024
Nyakudyara celebrates women in new song
Nyakudyara said although the song celebrates women, it is for everyone especially those who love to feel love and excitement. 
By Life & Style Reporter Feb. 27, 2024
Njanike reveals secret to modelling success
As part of his achievements, Njanike became the first male model to represent Zimbabwe at the Mister Supranational platform held last year.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 27, 2024
Female musicians are not taken seriously: Selmor
Selmor made the remarks speaking at the Women and Music Concert courtesy of One Billion Rising in partnership Zimbabwe College of Music held in the capital last week.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 27, 2024
Alpha Media Holdings shines at Nama awards
Guests were also entertained by an array of artistes across genres who included gospel singer Everton Mlalazi and Jiti musician Baba Harare.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Feb. 26, 2024
Mawerera launches debut book
At the launch of the book that was graced by artists across genres, celebrated mbira sensation Hope Masike performed.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 26, 2024
The rise of African prophets: the unchecked power of the leaders of Pentecostal churches
Most charismatic pentecostal churches have an authoritarian governance structure built around their founding prophets — what one historian calls a “personality cult”.
By The Conversation Feb. 24, 2024
When Thee Ammartian turns pain into power
NewsDay Weekender caught up with Thee Ammartian on her rise to stardom.
By EDWIN NHUKARUME Feb. 24, 2024
Tech Time: Juggling Family Life with Screen Time
Balance between screen time and family time. How to find the golden mean. Screen time with benefits: games and development for children. Life hacks for weaning children from screens.
By Newsday Feb. 23, 2024
Arts key to promoting positive view of disability: Unicef
Oyewale said Unicef was committed to working with young people to amplify their voices and support them in influencing decisions and policies.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 23, 2024
Night With Feli Nandi set for live recording
Over the years, Feli Nandi has grown her artistry to greater heights and has bagged prestigious awards along the way.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 23, 2024
Club East Point hosts Black History Month concert
Ras Jabulani, who is also the event organiser, told NewsDay Life & Style that celebrations will spill over to Saturday when all roads lead to Sorrel Restaurant and Lounge.
By Khumbulani Muleya Feb. 23, 2024
Theatre In The Park tomorrow hosts mbira gurus
The concert is organised by ETWO, an audio equipment and lighting service provider.  Tickets are going for US$10.
By Life & Style Reporter Feb. 22, 2024
Copyright claims plague artists due to ignorance
In a related matter, multi-award-winning dancehall musician Winky D was forced to pull down a entire catalogue of songs he recorded at the now defunct Kenako Music following a copyright tiff.
By Clinton Chipo Feb. 22, 2024
All set for Harare Region Zone 3 Spelling competition
Zimbabwe Spelling Bee is a premier educational initiative aimed at promoting literacy, language proficiency, and academic excellence among Zimbabwean learners.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 21, 2024
When naivety plays tricks with a young soul
Adrian was making out with a girl who had just transferred to their school, but no one knew a lot about her  because she was aloof.
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 21, 2024
Tape opens Almasi’s stage reading voyage
Bvumbe hopes the play will be able to spark discussions around sensitive social ills during audience engagement.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 21, 2024
Zim filmmaker spotlighted at Africa’s premier film showcase
DFMI recently launched Filmmart Africa,  an online tool for filmmakers to connect.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 21, 2024
Jah Signal, Charambas make peace
The Charambas also confirmed the development on their social media handles.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 20, 2024