Sharon Zebra

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Veteran sungura singer Kaitano laid to rest

The late artiste’s son Paradzai told NewsDay Life & Style that that his father succumbed to cancer.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 8, 2023

Let’s work hard to beat stereotypes: Makumbe

Makumbe is the only female featured on this album, which also features heavy weights across genres such as Jah Prayzah.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 14, 2023

Chibamu commits to touching people's lives

Chibamu told NewsDay that he started singing as a young boy in church in Chivhu and composed the chorus Tifanane Najesu which went viral on social media.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 17, 2023

Poets having it rough: Dube

The Victoria Falls-based poet, who has been into poetry for a decade, said poetry remained the voice of the voiceless and a promoter of culture despite being taken lightly.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 21, 2023

KayC Pricosh’s renditions make social media waves

Last week KayC Pricosh joined a TikTok challenge for Mubayei, a song by songbird Feli Nandi featuring The Unveiled.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 22, 2023

Simplicity anchors Nyakurwa’s content creation

The 27-year-old TikToker has defied the odds with her comedy videos shot using a mobile phone with an ordinary picture quality.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 23, 2023

A drummer eager to groom new talent

Mudzana, whose resolution is to groom 50 drummers by the end of this year, said he was training 37 drummers at his academy.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 24, 2023

Troubled Bryan K migrates to gospel

Bryan K revealed that he has gone through difficult times and found comfort in gospel music.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 25, 2023

The negative effects of skin bleaching

The use of skin-lightening cosmetics has serious complications on peoples’ health, according to health professionals.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 26, 2023

Mafunga son revives father’s legacy

Mafunga said his father taught them to preach the word of God wherever they went.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 28, 2023

Mburuma targets celebrities to bait clients

Born in Harare, Mburuma attended Mutare Boys High and Lyndel House College in Chitungwiza.
By Sharon Zebra Aug. 29, 2023

Sibanda eyes Miss Universe Zimbabwe crown

The pageant’s grand finale has been set for September 16 at the Harare Hippodrome.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 1, 2023

Famous actor bemoans an unrewarding film industry

Speaking to NewsDay Life & Style, Tunga encouraged fellow actors to have other sources of income and not rely on acting as a sole career.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 5, 2023

Artist tackles mental health issues through visuals

Butao-Mocho, a part four student at the University of Zimbabwe studying medicine said through his drawings, he sought to evoke emotions.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 7, 2023

Controversy mars Miss Universe Zim finalists’ selection

Last week, Miss Universe Zimbabwe organisers selected a bevy of 12 finalists ahead of the pageant’s grand finale set for September 16 at Hippodrome in Harare.
By Winston Antonio and Sharon Zebra Sep. 8, 2023

Identify me with African music: Mono

He continued: “Whatever I do, even if it’s modern I make sure it's Zimbabwean. I believe that by copying somebody, you become a cheaper version of that someone.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 12, 2023

‘Fashion is a powerful weapon’

Nyakunika-Mwanandimai, who is also a lawyer, runs a clothing brand called VD by Varaidzo.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 18, 2023

Zim artistes light up Bots fest

Festival founder-cum-organiser Ontiretse “Khumagadi” Thobega told NewsDay Life & Style that the fete seeks to enable Africans to share and exchange culture.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 19, 2023

At home with Selmor

Something about me that many might not know is that I enjoy eating dhaka (clay sold) by vendors along the streets or by musika (the market).
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 23, 2023

‘Great work first, then rewards later’

Mangweni-Furusa is currently working on her upcoming film See Me, a series of short films inspired by true stories based on research.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 25, 2023

Nama relocates to Byo

He said they had created a documentary compiling events from the past four years which was set to premiere on YouTube, an American online video sharing and social media platform.
By Sharon Zebra Sep. 29, 2023

Technology has revolutionised music: Mbeu

The eight-track album was launched on Saturday at Jongwe Corner in Harare.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 2, 2023

Food, seed festival seeks to preserve culture

Mbakumba, Chinyambera, Gulewamkulu, Isitshikitsha, Amabhiza and Setape were among the dances showcased at the festival as part of entertainment and edutainment.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 4, 2023

Artistes must resist political manipulation: Chaka Chaka

The Mzansi stars will be supported by an array of local artistes such as Gary Tight, Alexio Kawara, Ammara Brown and Ndlovu Youth Choir.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 6, 2023

Respect, pay artists: Chaka Chaka

Chaka Chaka made the remarks at the Stanbic Jacaranda Music Festival business conference in Harare last Thursday.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 8, 2023

Silence engulfs OH as Jacaranda Fest ends

South Africa’s Grammy award-winning group Ladysmith Black Mambazo nailed it on Saturday night, proving why they are globally renowned.
By Winstone Antonio and Sharon Zebra Oct. 9, 2023

Gospel legend switches off microphone

On the same night, there will also be Manyeruke’s biography launch.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 11, 2023

A glimpse into the life of a celebrity’s wife

Dealing with potential insecurities
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 14, 2023

911 Band nicks Chibuku Road to Fame gong

911 Band members could not hide their joy and were looking forward to bigger achievements.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 16, 2023

Mental health now a major challenge: Experts

Clinical family therapist and organisational development practitioner Clayton Themba Choga commended organisations and employers who were creating conducive environments for employees.
By Sharon Zebra Oct. 17, 2023