NUST students exhibit campus life

NUST student representative council entertainment minister Tafadzwa Mujuru said the exhibition put things in perspective.
By Mpumelelo Moyo 9m ago
IYASA celebrates two decades of audience engagement
IYASA celebrates two decades of audience engagement
While the group has always been well-received by audiences, the generations of audiences have changed in how they engage with the art.
By Sharon Sibindi 9m ago
Mai Banda, Nyasha Mutonhori join forces
Late last year Mai Banda did a project titled Moyo Wangu with Zimdancehall sensation Jah Master.
By Style Reporter 9m ago
Nama confusion: Organisers clear air
The award was given to music diva Tahle Wedzinza for the video of the song Damage, whose visuals are yet to be made public.
Fashion show embraces local culture, heritage
The event is being held at the British Council in Belgravia, Harare.
By Nyasha Gorogodo 9m ago
Fashion designer reflects on Ghana trip
She said these relationships have helped her grow and develop as a fashion designer, and have opened her eyes to new opportunities and possibilities.
By Sharon Sibindi 9m ago
In the groove: African music making waves on the global stage
To me, Mono has found himself on the precipice of a new chapter which I hope will take him to international levels.
By Fred Zindi 9m ago
Mokoomba to unveil new acoustic set
Another Mokoomba international tour highlight is their scheduled appearance in London where they will be performing at the Jazz Café on August 21.
By Khumbulani Muleya 9m ago
Form your own party, Zanu PF youth leader tells Winky D
In a video circulating on social media, the leader, addressing party members, criticises Winky D for seemingly embracing politics within his music, particularly after his December 31 performance.
By Sindiso Dube Feb. 25, 2024
Choreographer exposes power of dance
Mhlanga, a Bulawayo-based choreographer has embarked on a project— International Dance Workshops. He says he believes in dance and it can heal, create a better community for everyone.
By Sharon Sibindi Feb. 25, 2024
I could have been ‘mbinga’: Mukanya
Mapfumo said he could have been part of the elite class within the ruling party.
By Sindiso Dube Feb. 25, 2024
Copyright chaos grips local music industry
Similar accusations have been levelled against other artists, including Shashl, who was accused by producer Nicky Genius of withholding royalties for the song "Deepisa."
By Nyasha Gorogodo Feb. 25, 2024
Edutainment mix: Hip Hop: A culture of evolution
The dances and the movements are gravity defying, while the consciousness in the lyrics depict creativity which becomes a canvas in our imagination.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Feb. 25, 2024
It is easy to run into trouble unknowingly
The sun was almost touching the earth in the distant horizon by the time we departed the City of Kings.
By Onie Ndoro Feb. 25, 2024
Gallie flies Zimbabwe’ flag high abroad
Already the 2024 agenda for Women Changing the World has been set and reveals a tireless spirit dedicated to changing the role of women in the new global world.
By Style Correspondent Feb. 25, 2024
New book advocates for wellness
The event was made up of a balanced panel of guest speakers who took turns to attest to the power of wellness and working hard.
By Khumbulani Muleya Feb. 25, 2024
Citygirl returns after three-year break
Speaking to Standard Style, Citygirl said she was inspired to release the single due to the prevalence of deviant behaviour among the youths.
By Admire Jamu-mlambo Feb. 25, 2024
Randall set to release debut EP
The artist told Standard Style that his father Isaac Tagwireyi who played for Summer Breezy and other local bands influenced his musical background.
By Khumbulani Muleya Feb. 25, 2024
Book review: Shards
From my very close experience with students of literature in Zimbabwe, the excitement with Marechera is more pronounced in young men than in women.
By Memory Chirere Feb. 25, 2024
Her First-ival host three-day fiesta for women
One of the organisers, Christensen Mapuranga confirmed the developments to Standard Style yesterday.
By Sharon Sibindi Feb. 25, 2024
Exhibition celebrates senior talent in Zimbabwe
The exhibition wasn’t just a competition; it was a celebration.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Feb. 25, 2024
Crez Eureca providing affordable energy solutions
Operations Manager Zandile Sibanda said they were alive to the power challenges in Zimbabwe
By Takemore Mazuruse Feb. 25, 2024
i-Help Foundation empowers marginalised
Through its non-profit arm i Help Foundation–the organisation recently blessed students from Zimbiru Primary School in Domboshava by donating textbooks and learning material.
By Fungayi Antony Sox Feb. 25, 2024
Being myself sets me apart from other models: Amanda Ziyambi Mpofu
A mental health practitioner, Mpofu told Standard Style that she finds it difficult to pretend to be something she is not.
By Nyasha Gorogodo Feb. 25, 2024
Work towards common goal, Mandipaza urges women
The awards, which are supported by headline sponsor Autumna, will take place in London on March 8, which is the International Women’s Day.
By Style Reporter Feb. 25, 2024
We changed the narrative: Ndhlukula
Ndhlukula narrated how she was ridiculed and mocked when she conceived the idea of starting SECURICO.
By Fungayi Antony Sox Feb. 25, 2024
In the groove: It's raining champagne confetti for some musicians
Controversial businessman, Sir Wicknell Chivayo has abated the misery of some musicians through purchasing cars for them.
By Fred Zindi Feb. 24, 2024
Mother General Mabhiza honoured in song
Gospel artistes, including Solomon Kaporoma, Pastor Joseph Tivafire, Mai Dhuterere, Booster, Pastor Wenyasha Vhengere and LG Wenyasha dedicated songs in memory of Mother General.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 19, 2024