Sir Wicknell gifts ‘Zanu PF’ artists

During this year’s campaign, Hwenje became famous for his hit song Mai Welly (Tsepetetsepete), which became a hit at rallies.
By Sindiso Dube Sep. 24, 2023
Let’s preserve our culture, tradition: Mhlanga
Let’s preserve our culture, tradition: Mhlanga
The production encourages people to value and protect their culture and traditions.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 24, 2023
CRS paves way to rangeland management
More than 61% of the Zimbabwean population live in rural areas and rely on rangeland, underlining its importance in socio-economic wellbeing.
By Tariro Mhute Sep. 24, 2023
AI is not a threat to PR professionals, says CIPR Report
The researchers found that up to 40% of tasks performed by public relations professionals are now assisted by AI tools.
By Lenox Lizwi Mhlanga Sep. 24, 2023
Out and About: Chewy Warner Music Group hits sweet spot
Captaining the ‘breaking barriers’ ship, the Warner Music Group/Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund (WMG/BFF SJF) is now in its second 12-month of the SJF Repertoire Fund .
By Grant Moyo Sep. 24, 2023
Car hire firm pushes for industry collaborations
Marwizi said it was time that the local hospitality industry creates and supports a culture of collaborations, something that has done wonders in most developing countries.
By Style Reporter Sep. 24, 2023
Ghetto Dances: A heavy burden was lifted off my shoulders
I had no money to take her to the hospital. I had no medical aid to come to my rescue in times like this.
By Onie Ndoro Sep. 24, 2023
Phenomenal Festival of Lights set for next month
The fete will be held on October 11-13 at Bulawayo Theatre and October 27-29 at Gordon Park in Matopos.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 24, 2023
Shoko Comedy Roast: ‘We are taking a break from politics’
The Shoko Comedy Roast will this year host hip-hop producer and entrepreneur Kuda Musasiwa, aka Begotten Sun.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Sep. 24, 2023
Bioskop Short Film Contest finalists unveiled
 The winners of this year’s competition will be announced during exclusive cocktail events in Harare on October 20 and Bulawayo on October 26.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 24, 2023
US-based promoter to bring Jamaican star to Zimbabwe
Makaka, who is based in the US, recently bankrolled the Zimbabwe Musical and Cultural Festival, which featured musicians Gemma Griffiths, Tammy Moyo, Enzo Ishall.
By Style Reporter Sep. 24, 2023
Moira Knight leaves men drooling
On Instagram, Moira daughter of radio and television personality Eric Knight and musician Martha Knight has 159K followers with 512 having followed her 231 posts.
By Style Reporter Sep. 24, 2023
Travelling and Touring: It all started from Chi bhuku in Zambia
Talking of players, Yours Truly is excited that for the umpteenth time, Chibuku Super Cup continues to be a source of entertainment to various soccer lovers across the country.
By Burzil Dube Sep. 24, 2023
I don’t do drugs, claims Hwinza
The artist, who has attracted a bad boy tag due to his obscene lyrics denounced the claims as false in a radio interview on Star FM with DJ Ollah 7, last week.
By Style Reporter Sep. 24, 2023
LGBTQ+ people experience health disparities
Zimbabwe has one of the worst LGBTQ+ rights records on the African continent.
By Melinda Kusemachibi Sep. 24, 2023
In the Groove: Appreciating music festivals in Zimbabwe
 In the past two years there was a lull in these music activities as they were marred by the Aids pandemic as well as the unavailability of electricity in the country.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 24, 2023
Health Talk: Harare city parking: Nip it in the bud
For years, motorists have cried but their cries are landing on deaf ears as they are tormented left, right and centre.
By Dr Johannes Marisa Sep. 24, 2023
Ex-prisoner pays tribute to MaEli
His musical prowess was discovered through the Inside Out Talent Show spearheaded by arts and rehab ambassador for ZPCS Bulawayo Metropolitan province Clarence Kirah Garura.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 24, 2023
Real estate expert earmarked for another global symposium
The three-day global symposium, which is in its second edition, will be presided over by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.
By Style Reporter Sep. 24, 2023
Music is our calling: Gakamoto Jumbo Stars
Ganizani Chiku and Vary Khumulani, the only surviving members of the original Gakamoto Jumbo Stars are busy on their other duties besides music.
By Admire Jamu-mlambo Sep. 24, 2023
Edutainment Mix: Reponses to issues of suicide through public art
Unfortunately, our society often paints suicide the way they would a prison sentence and they make it a permanent situation that brands an individual.
By Raymond Millagre Langa Sep. 24, 2023
Thomas sings through sewing
Due to great demand in the business, Thomas  had to move into the central business district, for the convenience of customers.
By Admire Jamu-mlambo Sep. 24, 2023
High School students battle it out in entrepreneurship competition
Since inception in 2020, Emergination Africa has birthed 13 businesses that they mould from ideation stage, mentorship and product supply among other aspects.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Sep. 24, 2023
In the groove: Should wealthy musicians empower others?
We know about some who have been generous with their money and have put it to good use in projects that benefit society.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 17, 2023
Arts stakeholders converge at Sherwood Golf Club
Dhala said a number of businesspeople would also be part of the proceedings, which are anchored on networking and developing the arts sector as a whole.
By Style Reporter Sep. 17, 2023
Harare, Byo to host Zim Jazz Festival
 ZJCT unlocks the fete in Bulawayo on September 22 and Harare, September 23.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 17, 2023
Sungura General rules the roost
The song Rudo Ndinokupa had 3 820 votes while Macheso brothers'  song Dai Mavagonera had 3 810.
By Simbarashe Sithole Sep. 17, 2023
Shoko Festival: ‘Youths to reclaim arts space’
 The festival will feature a variety of events, including the opening Mash Up night, the popular Shoko Comedy Roast, the Hub Unconference, and the Peace In The Hood Concert.
By Sindiso Dube Sep. 17, 2023