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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.
Theatre In The Park tomorrow hosts mbira gurus
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.
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
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
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
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
Jah Signal, Charambas make peace
The Charambas also confirmed the development on their social media handles.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 20, 2024
Miss World Zimbabwe returns under new patronage
Miss Zimbabwe Trust has appointed Patience Lusengo to the Miss Zimbabwe Trust Committee.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Feb. 20, 2024
Zim Theatre Academy commits to uplift talent
The play’s production manager Ronald “Madolax” Sigeca said he was responsible for leading the process and ensuring that everything aligned with the production’s vision and goals.
Nyamubaya uses art as a social commentary
Cyclone Idai left hundreds of people dead, displaced and destroyed infrastructure.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 19, 2024
Zim Fashion Week Trust launches creative programme
Facilitators for the programme that will be done both physically and virtually are Tatenda Chantelle Chidzidzi, Nompumelelo Sambwanga and Marshall Mutsamwira.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 19, 2024
Jah Signal, Charambas copyright infringement case rages
On Thursday, Jah Signal, real name Nicodimus Mutize, had his two songs abruptly pulled down from YouTube following a copyright claim filed by the Charambas.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 17, 2024
At ease with Badza, a man of many jackets
Away from the spotlight, Badza has been instrumental in the success of the artists at FFG.
Jah Prayzah, Skylake drill borehole for Chikurubi inmates
Skylake teamed up with the lanky contemporary musician to extend its generosity as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts.
By Winston Antonio Feb. 17, 2024
We've been victims of copyright infringement: The Charamba's
On Thursday, YouTube pulled down Jah Signal's video of the song after the Charambas filed a copyright violation claim.
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 16, 2024
Mambo’s Chicken remains bullish in food industry
Mambo’s Chicken has an ambitious expansion plan that includes opening more branches in underserved areas to take their flavours to more communities.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 16, 2024
Chokuwamba mirrors societal challenges on canvas
Chokuwamba, who pursued art at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, said he lived for art and was able to generate income from his paintings.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 16, 2024
WeUtonga hogs global limelight
This achievement has resulted in her creating a vast network.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 15, 2024
Byo author scoops AfriCan Honouree award
Ncube said his book gave solutions to heartbreaks as portrayed by the protagonist.
Budding filmmakers’ journey begins
Njanji said MTF Southern Africa classes supported the MultiChoice vision of producing quality local content.
By Winstone Antonio Feb. 15, 2024
Nick writes for relationship struggles
Through the book, Nick said he was trying to bring out the changes that have taken place in terms of relationships over time.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 14, 2024
Pindura’s lion drawing tops exhibition
For his efforts, Pindura was awarded a one-day DK Tours and Safaris Trip to Victoria Falls.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 14, 2024
Mutsvairi’s documentary reveals climate change’s burden on women
He said climate change effects such as increased droughts which had an impact on water availability. This made the precious liquid scarce thereby affecting people, livestock and crops.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 13, 2024
Byo poet joins fight against drug, substance abuse
She said the poetry album included I am Sonkomose as an introduction, War Cry Continues, Ubuwula Bomhlaba, and Yeyeni.
Men must express emotions
Admiral General, who launched his musical career in 2019, is motivated by societal issues in his compositions.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 13, 2024
Visual artist Muswe revels in Chinese experience
Muswe was part of a team of 84 artists drawn from 83 countries.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 12, 2024
Culture appreciation motivates poet Mwoyo
Mwoyo reckons that she used to write short stories and poems in a notebook until she joined a public speaking club to present her poems to audience.
By SHARON ZEBRA Feb. 12, 2024