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Breaking the mould: CLOUT redefines beauty

The one-year-old agency held its inaugural graduation ceremony which also coincided with its official launch this past weekend.
By Mpumelelo Moyo 12h ago
Mlambo resurrects through Sleeping Giant
Mlambo resurrects through Sleeping Giant
He was at one time invited to Turkey for a cultural exchange programme, where he conducted several workshops on stone chipping.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 18, 2024
Competitions nurtured painter Mulunga
Mulunga also participated and won in the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe co-ordinated Nama visual arts category.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 17, 2024
Music producer Makumbe looks to a brighter future
Makumbe plays guitars and keyboards, which makes him an asset to both secular and gospel musicians.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 17, 2024
Health and Safety Tips for Your Next Boat Cruise
very boating enthusiast must take safety drills before being given their license, and every cruise ship traveler must do the same.
By Newsday Jul. 16, 2024
Staying Connected theme for EU BIOSKOP film competition
Gwaze emphasised that the competition is open to both established and up-and-coming Zimbabwean artists.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 16, 2024
Queen Modjadji premieres on Mzansi Magic
This series draws inspiration from the story of Balobedu rainmaker Queen Modjadji, whose bloodline has reigned over southern Africa’s Lobedu clan for centuries.
By Life & Style Reporter Jul. 16, 2024
Change attitude towards waste, weave fortune from it
He highlighted that culture should be the driving force and pivot to sustainable usage of available resources while preserving some for future generations.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 15, 2024
The Vine Choir’s dream comes to fruitfulness: Mlalazi
As the crowd slowly dispersed, the echoes of the evening’s melodies lingered in the air, leaving a lasting imprint on the hearts of all who attended.
By Life & Style Reporter Jul. 15, 2024
Uplift livelihoods through cultural diversity: Queen Nicole
As someone who has had the privilege of travelling to a few other African countries, I would say Zimbabwe is still an emerging market.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 13, 2024
Have a strategy, Josh Meck advises aspiring artistes
Meck said making music was one of his tasks and he treated it with courtesy just as one treats their job.
By Blessed Ndlovu Jul. 12, 2024
Chatima, Dunduru launch investigative novel The Storm
Dunduru, aka Rumbi Chen and Chatima explore the divide between the United States and Zimbabwe, which they attribute to sanctions.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 11, 2024
Nadia Nakai, Tamy Moyo to headline Shoko Fest
Shoko Festival said Zimdancehall’s newest rising star, Master H, was also expected to electrify the stage.
By Richard Farekaye Jul. 11, 2024
IYASA dance group entertains Econet Vic Falls Marathon participants
IYASA, which stands for ‘Inkululeko Yabatsha School of Arts’, is a Bulawayo-based arts institution. 
By Life & Style Reporter Jul. 10, 2024
Dorcas Moyo nominated for prestigious African award
The Zimbabwe gospel sensation will also lock horns with Winnie Mashaba (South Africa), Janet Otieno (Kenya) and Deborah Lukalu from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Chitungwiza Rotary Club donates books to schools
Ernia Sithole, a teacher at Matukwa Primary School in Marondera district, hoped the donation would go a long way in improving pupils’ reading skills.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 10, 2024
The winner’s way: From frustration to fulfilment
Gratitude involves showing appreciation for the things in life that are meaningful and valuable to you.
By Opinion Jul. 9, 2024
Top American singers head to Zim for Vine Choir concert
The soft-spoken Mlalazi said they were excited to mark this significant milestone with a special concert that would be recorded for a commemorative DVD release later this year.
By Life & Style Reporter Jul. 9, 2024
Chidawu registers milestones as he carves felines
The details or spots on the cheetah emphasise a lot on his effort to replicate God’s beauty on the cheetah.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 8, 2024
Byo author tackles the vanishing African pride
Through it, he aims to make them understand that one can pick themselves up, live and love again after a heartbreak.
Condolences pour in for veteran actress "Mai Rwizi"
Her daughter Maylene confirmed the loss.
By Online Reporter Jul. 6, 2024
Miss Rural Zimbabwe pageantry pros in empowering rural girls
The pageant is targeting youths in rural areas with limited access to resources and opportunities to participate.
By SHARON ZEBRA Jul. 6, 2024
Pencil artist Musekiwa’s talent extends to writing stories
Musekiwa puts thorough attention to shades as well as keeping a focus on portraying the desired emotional intent on all his drawings and, therefore, giving
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 5, 2024
Dangarembga suggests strategy should enable quality productions
She was responding to the deliberations of the recently held Film Sector Re-engagement Meeting on Film Strategy Development.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 4, 2024
Tagwira vows to bring African female influencers together
Apart from meetings, Tagwira had a series of media engagements, passionately spreading her message of unity and empowerment.
By Life & Style Reporter Jul. 4, 2024
Latest ZiG song unites musicians
A composer and songwriter, he is credited with forming the all-star band Pax Afro and penning all the 26 songs in its hit double CD album Back2Black (2001).
By Khumbulani Muleya Jul. 3, 2024
Korea ‘weaves’ together 30-year relations with Zim
“The exhibition will be open to the public and everyone is welcome.”
Local gospel acts grace Maverick City and Kirk Franklin Tour
The Joyful Praise Choir, renowned for its voices and electrifying dance performances, will also grace the concert.
By SHARON ZEBRA Jul. 3, 2024