Harare and Munich partner in "Bicycle Instead of Car" art exhibition

The exhibition will be held on Saturday and Sunday, in the capital with CaliGraph, Gerald Bakasa, Thandiwe Gula-Ndebele, Sandra Ndoro, Crystal Beseni,
By Style Reporter May. 30, 2024

Stellar performances mark local edition of International Jazz Day

Other talented musicians on the bill included Prudence Katomeni, Rute Mbangwa, Nicholar Mutuwa, Mono Mukundu and Victor Kunonga.
By Khumbulani Muleya May. 1, 2024

All set for International Jazz Day celebrations

The concert, which starts at 6pm, has been dubbed: A Century of Jazz.
By Sharon Zebra Apr. 30, 2024

Artistes plot a memorable jazz celebration

He, however, expressed concern that a lot of people in the country have an affection for the genre, but radio stations were not giving much attention to it.
By Sharon Zebra Apr. 26, 2024

International day of jazz: Local concert on the cards

Beyond the concert, Meck hinted at plans for educational outreach in schools. “We have schools that have embraced jazz.
By Khumbulani Muleya Apr. 19, 2024

Racism: A scourge still gnawing societies

Hasters’s book has touched many people’s lives, and has particularly resonated with people of mixed heritage.
By Nyadzombe Nyampenza Mar. 22, 2024

Concert to preserve the mbira instrument

He said diverse types of mbira such as Nyunganyunga, Nhare Nyamaropa, Nhare Gandanga, Njari and Matepe will be played at the concert.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 13, 2024

German author calls for social justice reporting support

She hogged the limelight after publishing an autobiography, What White People Don’t Want to Hear About Racism, But Should Know Anyway.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 28, 2024

Foreigners shun Zim learning institutions

A few months ago, German counsellor and deputy head of mission in Zimbabwe, Michael Ott, said the quality of Zimbabwe’s education system is fast deteriorating.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Dec. 16, 2023