FORMER Big Brother Africa participant, Munya Chidzonga, has landed a cameo role — together with Kerina Carol Harrington and upcoming Tswana actress Bontle — in Season 5 of the top-rated local soap opera, Wenera, scheduled to start showing on March 13.
GOSPEL musician Togarepi Chivaviro has postponed the launch of his latest album Maranatha in Germiston, South Africa to Easter Monday as a way of supporting other musicians who are launching their albums in March.
MUSICIAN Ammara Brown, who walked away with the Outstanding Female Musician award at the recent National Arts Merit Awards ceremony, is expected to rock Mutare tomorrow alongside rapper Tehn Diamond, real name Tendai Nguni.
TWO former Timmy naBhonzo drama series actors, Charles Mbanje and Chipo Tsumba, affectionately known as Chandi and Amai Chocolate, respectively, have bounced back as the popular drama is set to return to the silver screen.
PREPARATIONS for the fourth edition of the Masvingo Music Awards (MMA) have begun with organisers calling for entries from musicians that originate from Masvingo province for the event pencilled for April 1.
DANCEHALL artiste, Killer T feels he was cheated by the National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) adjudicators’ decision not to award him the gong for the Song of the Year in recognition of his blockbuster track, Takangodaro, which has almost become an anthem for ghetto youths.
THE Chimbetu family seems to be warming up to the late dendera maestro, Simon “Chopper” Chimbetu’s “forgotten son”, Chamson Boroma, with the latest being Douglas Chimbetu, who has approached the dendera crooner, so they can work together.
History repeated itself as high-riding musicians, Winky D and Jah Prayzah, again scooped two awards apiece at the annual National Arts Merit Awards (Nama), held at 7 Arts in Harare on Saturday night.
WHEN Cindy Munyavi stepped onto the big music stage with her debut album, Kukuda (Loving You), it marked the beginning of a fruitful career that has seen her release a string of love hits, including Parere Moyo, Ndidzorere Moyo Wangu and Ndini Ndinaye.
TELEVISION actor and political activist, Agrippa Sikwata Ngwenya, has died. He was 80.