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Blessing Masanga

Masanga — prolific music producer

AFTER 15 years in the music industry, prolific gospel music producer Blessing Masanga remains unknown to many — largely because he is a “behind-the-scenes” man — but his magic shines through works of songs including Rudo by Pah Chihera and Prince Musarurwa, Zodzo by Munyaradzi Munodawafa, Ebenezer and Maranatha by Togarepi Chivaviro and Takesure Zamar’s […]

Killer T

College beauties tussle for crown

TWENTY college beauties are set to tussle for the crown during the Miss Mutare Polytechnic pageant finals scheduled for July 1 at the posh Golden Peacock Villa Hotel, where dancehall sensation, Killer T, will provide entertainment.

Tariro neGitare on stage.

Weekend Outing

Jamaican reggae superstar Anthony B tonight stages his maiden show in Zimbabwe at Glamis Arena in Harare. He will be supported by Winky D, Soul Jah Love and Jah Prayzah while on the turntables will be Gary B and Emcee Templeman. Locally, Antony B has collaborated with Freeman on the song titled Time to Get […]

Changamire Dombo

Dembo, Changamire Dombo in collabo

SUNGURA musician Nomore Mudevairi — popularly known as Changamire Dombo in music circles — recently said collaborations were important as they afforded musicians an opportunity to learn from each other while treating fans to a variety of music tastes.

Josh-Hozheri

Jazz 105 in trouble over $12 000

City of Harare’s former brewery company, Rufaro Marketing (Pvt) Ltd, has taken a popular local night club, Jazz 105 (Pvt) Ltd, to the High Court seeking cancellation of a lease agreement, ejectment and payment of over $12 700 in rental arrears.

Edith WeUtonga

Local musicians to strike gold

VADZIMU Records Music Library has struck a deal with the leading music publishers worldwide, Sonoton Music, which will see music by local artistes — Clive “Mono” Mukundu, Edith weUtonga and Queen Marshie — being distributed on the global market.

Battle of the Chefs Episode 8

Chefs battle ‘the wild card’

TM Pick n Pay Battle of the Chefs contestants — Kendall, Pam, Susan and Cola — who were knocked out in earlier rounds have an opportunity to redeem themselves and make it to the semi-final if they can wow the judges with their creative dishes using offals.

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