Burning Spear euphoria grips Zim showbiz

Burning Spear, born Winston Rodney, completed a 22-day North America tour on June 28 and will soon be touring Europe from July 27 to August 11.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jul. 14, 2024
Zim gospel artists pull out of Kingdom Tour
Zim gospel artists pull out of Kingdom Tour
The show, which some have called "ungodly" and "satanic," is still set to be held on August 12 at the Glamis Arena.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Jul. 14, 2024
Book Review: A glimpse into Moyo's journey in life
Chapter five is about his sojourns in the job market. He straight away dives into broadcasting and journalism after matriculation.
By Bhekimpilo Sibanda Jul. 14, 2024
Shot in the arm for digital marketing students from underprivileged communities
Speaking about the graduation, which is taking place on Friday, July 26, Pan Afrodigital founder Trust Nhokovedzo highlighted the importance of equipping students with digital skills.
By Style Reporter Jul. 14, 2024
Top honours for Togaraseyi Projects
Togaraseyi, who is also a board member of the Zimbabwe CEO’s Network, said he was humbled by the honour at the same time challenged to continue giving his best in business.
By Takemore Mazuruse Jul. 14, 2024
Philanthropist restores park and hope in Mozambique
After turning his back on business, he launched the Carr Foundation in 1998 and the Carr Centre for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University a year later.
By Ish Mafundikwa Jul. 14, 2024
Philani Nyoni’s Latest Collection Challenges Accepted Truths. A review by Beaven Tapureta
The poet says that he chose the epic form after six years of digging into the classics of ‘the good old boys’, as he calls them: Homer, Dante, Milton, and others.
By Beaven Tapureta Jul. 14, 2024
A passion for cooking: Meet Chef Kwazi
With a string of accolades already under his belt, Kwazi is rapidly becoming the one to watch in the culinary world.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jul. 14, 2024
Sofar Harare in 13th concert
The talented artists performed during Sofar Harare’s 13th edition hosted in the Prince Edward High School auditorium on June 29.
By Style Reporter Jul. 14, 2024
The return of the "biblical Delilah" in our days
There was no need for him to come and cause havoc in the morning. He was full of drama.
By Onie Ndoro Jul. 14, 2024
Musabvunda celebrates two-year anniversary
Speaking to Standard Style, Pasipanodya said they were buoyed by their achievements during the two years of their existence and are hoping to build on those positives moving into the future.
By Style Reporter Jul. 14, 2024
Edutainment mix: Breaking the fourth wall: Theatre as a catalyst for feminist change
Bhehane's journey with the Bambelela Arts Ensemble has been marked by a series of transformative roles that highlight the struggles and triumphs of women.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Jul. 14, 2024
Jibilika partners US to promote hip-hop culture
The Next Level Academy targets men and women aged 18-35 who are dancers, MCs, rappers, DJs, and beat makers (producers).
By Nyasha Gorogodo Jul. 14, 2024
Travelling & touring: Spare a thought for mshikashika on taming traffic jungle in cities
Some 'foreigners' were killed through what the assailants described as necklacing while others were lynched through petrol bombing, stabbing, and shooting among others.
By Burzil Dube Jul. 14, 2024
Nadia Nakai in Shoko fest ‘homecoming’ performance
The theme #BothSidesOfSamora pays homage to the young cultural pioneers shaping Zimbabwe's future and turning dreams into reality through their daily acts of creative resistance.
By Sindiso Dube Jul. 14, 2024
Health Talk: Land allocations need thorough investigations
Many resettled farmers have proved their mettle by being highly productive, showing the entire world that Zimbabwe is capable of reclaiming the bread-basket status of southern Africa.
By Johannes Marisa Jul. 14, 2024
In the groove: Music in prison: A tool for healing
In 2013, musician and Afro-Jazz artist, Dudu Manhenga, was convicted for negligent driving which caused the death of a motorcyclist, Graham Martin Millward in 2010.
By Fred Zindi Jul. 14, 2024
Youth organisation promotes safe parenting
“Parenting is all about ensuring the best for our children hence the importance of this talk show facilitated by various industry experts.”
By Takemore Mazuruse Jul. 14, 2024
Manzungu among key speakers at regional business conference
The conference is facilitated annually by Big Business Africa, an organisation that seeks to empower businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals by creating a thriving ecosystem
By Style Reporter Jul. 8, 2024
A glimpse into Madam Boss BET outfits
Madam Boss was invited to the prestigious award ceremony as a special guest and Standard Style focused on her outfit lineup.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Jul. 7, 2024
Blaq Hearts to release new album
Blaq Hearts said the album draws inspiration from his upbringing and the energy of the streets.
By Kudzai Chitsatso Jul. 7, 2024
Plot Mhako — A man of many jackets
Some of the challenges include political turmoil, poor infrastructure, limited access to funding, and inadequate intellectual property protections.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Jul. 7, 2024
In the groove: Copyright infringement among Zim artistes
Plagiarism is a bit of a taboo subject within the music industry. Some say it is unavoidable since there are only so many notes on a piano and chord shapes on a guitar.
By Fred Zindi Jul. 7, 2024
Community decries increasing drug abuse among youths..as new book on peace building is launched
The book was authored under the Masakhaneni Project Trust in collaboration with the community's traditional leaders under Chief Fuyane in Matobo. 
By Silas Nkala Jul. 7, 2024
Chief Koti urges Africa to ramp investment in youths
Chief Koti, as he is affectionately known, made these remarks during public engagements and meetings while on a visit to Lusaka in Zambia recently.
By Style Reporter Jul. 7, 2024
Ruvimbo Topodzi fights back: From child bride to advocate against early marriage
Tsopodzi and lawyer Loveness Mudzuru, backed by the Girls Not Brides member ROOTS, challenged the existing Marriage Act in the country's highest court, the Constitutional Court.
By Sindiso Dube Jul. 7, 2024
Byo author shines light on Africa’s unspoken struggles
Moyo observed a gap: vanishing aspects of African life that are not being spoken of. He felt compelled to explore these themes through his poetry.
By Margaret Lubinda Jul. 7, 2024
July Fest returns to Kadoma
This year's festival promises an unforgettable experience headlined by a stellar lineup: Holy Ten, Bling 4, Killer T, Master H, Enzo Ishall, Poptain, MC Tyrteey and Pintec.
By Sindiso Dube Jul. 7, 2024