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Miss Rural pageant bounces back

She emphasized that Miss Rural is a strategic effort to recognise potentially marginalised rural youths.
By Mpumelelo Moyo 3h ago
Anibal launches Maria Wenyu in fashionable way
Anibal launches Maria Wenyu in fashionable way
Anibal recognised the presence of her master and Third Generation Band leader Jah Prayzah.
By Tendai Sauta Jun. 11, 2024
Rising musician found solace in music
Tobve said he was emotionally abused at school by his peers for coming from a family that was not well up. Therefore, he sings his emotions out when a lot is going on in his mind.
By SHARON ZEBRA Jun. 10, 2024
Artistes ditch signature hairstyles, experiment with new looks
It appears the celebrities who were known for sporting signature hairstyles have started experimenting with different looks
By SHARON ZEBRA Jun. 8, 2024
The shocking step Jennifer Lopez is taking to save her marriage to Ben Affleck.
The 54-year-old actress and singer was 'heartsick and devastated' to pull out, she said, as speculation about the reason exploded online.
By Daily Mail UK Jun. 7, 2024
Pageant aspires to uplift teenagers’ dreams
The pageant is an affiliation of Miss Teen of the Universe founded in India by Sourav Anad catering for girls from the age of 15 to 20 years.
By SHARON ZEBRA Jun. 7, 2024
Community radio stations cry foul over high licence fees
Chakanyuka said that they felt that the broadcasting fees must assist all community radio stations, adding that they had taken note.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 7, 2024
Miss Teen queen search gathers momentum
The beauty contest is scheduled for August 3 at ZITF grounds in Bulawayo.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jun. 6, 2024
‘I wear my culture’ project uplifts local culture
Through the project, 10 tribes with their languages were represented through fashion art pieces which expressed the way of life of each tribe by their different designs and colour compilation.
By DANIEL MOYO Jun. 6, 2024
216 Whisky calls for higher powers to succeed
The musician hogged the limelight with his song Gore featuring Mr Attention last year. Later, he collaborated with Wedande on a song called Nzira.
By SHARON ZEBRA Jun. 6, 2024
Phiri depicts animal behaviour through sculpture
In contrast to other animals, the giraffes spread their legs apart until their heads pivoted on long necks access water from a pool on the ground.
By Tendai Sauta Jun. 5, 2024
Filmmaker aims to dispel myths about single mothers
Kasvosve made films like Tariro (2014) and Single Mother (2016), unpacking societal judgement towards single mothers, while discouraging criticising them.
By SHARON ZEBRA Jun. 5, 2024
Icapa, OPAC and Swift sign MoU
Dangarembga added that the MoU was signed in the context of rapid growth in the moving images industries globally and on the African continent.
By Tendai Sauta Jun. 4, 2024
The crippling burden of a hidden past
His statement also highlights the way secrets are always anchored in the past.
By NYADZOMBE NYAMPENZA Jun. 3, 2024
Model dares to dream
NewsDay Weekender Life & Style spoke to Chimbarami who shared her journey through modelling, acting and shoe designing.
By SHARON ZEBRA Jun. 1, 2024
Comedian Mangodza promises happier times
Mangodza, who is also a writer, production manager and actor, said comedy was a strong art form because it ended on a happy note with everyone calling for more through laughter.
By Tendai Sauta May. 31, 2024
Pageant to dispel misconceptions around beauty
In addition to mentioning that great women support other women, Zaranyika expressed her excitement and anticipation for a wonderful experience.
By SHARON ZEBRA May. 31, 2024
Students urged to embody Ubuntu in schools
The event was also graced by ambassadors Mahamed Seoudi of Algeria, Rashid Mohammed of Ethiopia and Egypt’s Salwa Mowafi.
By SHARON ZEBRA May. 30, 2024
Zim comedian mesmerises America’s Got Talent
Another judge Simon Cowell added: “I think you are one of the funniest people we have ever had over the years. Unfortunately you are now stuck with us because you are not going anywhere.”
By SHARON ZEBRA May. 30, 2024
London speaks on return to reality television
London revealed that on the show, she was surprised most about the blondes as they had so much drama.
By Life & Style Reporter May. 30, 2024
Curtain comes down on culture month
The closing ceremony will be held at Marega Primary School in Chipinge, Manicaland province, under the theme Our Culture: Building Zimbabwe Brick by Brick.
By SHARON ZEBRA May. 29, 2024
Alliance Française celebrates three urban sports entry into Olympics
The Olympic games were polished up over the years and now have a well-defined set of rules and governing boards.
By Tendai Sauta May. 28, 2024
Visual artist Chiurai spins the wheel at Vinyl Festival
Chiurai admits that the diverse assortment of his library opens up a vacancy for an independent curator when an opportunity to carry out an exhibition comes.
By Tendai Sauta May. 28, 2024
Beyond the Horizon: Deep Sea Fishing Trips in Dubai's Waters
It is irrelevant if you are an experienced angler or just a newbie, your deep sea fishing Dubai
By Newsday May. 27, 2024
Disney Jr.’s Ariel set for premiere
Sean Skeete, dean of the Professional Performance division at Berklee College of Music, is the Caribbean music consultant.
By Lifestlye Reporter May. 27, 2024
Sound engineer Mudzingwa reflects on journey to the top
Let's unite, have a board that set standards for our industry and start to hold workshops.
By Tendai Sauta May. 27, 2024
Killer T winning fans once more
This is not the first time that Killer T has made love songs; he did some in the past that wowed fans and made waves across the country.
By SHARON ZEBRA May. 25, 2024
EU launches photo competition to celebrate biodiversity
The EU public affairs team said the competition sought to highlight the relationship between nature and people.
By SHARON ZEBRA May. 24, 2024