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Sport fundi launches book

BY LIFE & STYLE REPORTER NC Health & Wellness Consultancy founder, Nyasha Charandura, has published a book, Sports Entrepreneurship Volume 1, in which he challenges sports personalities to treat their occupation as a business. Charandura, who holds several sporting qualifications and is a sports biokinetics practitioner, told NewsDay Life & …

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Chivaviro double album launch relives Tuku

BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO THE late music icon and national hero Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi would have enjoyed upcoming musician Tawanda Magunde’s rendition of his song Hear Me Lord, with such skill as would warm the hearts of those who had the fortune to witness it. Magunde was performing as a guest …

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Saz Aligns Local Standards With Continent

The Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) is working on aligning local standards with those of the rest of the continent ahead of the coming into being of the African Continental Free Trade Area (ACFsTA). This meant to ensure locally manufactured goods and services meet the African standards. About 40 regional …

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Zim’s Glorious Melodies for Asian festivals

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO LOCAL choral music, Glorious Melodies Choir is set to raise the country’s flag high, having qualified to showcase their musical prowess at two major festivals in China and Singapore. In China, the choir is set to perform at the fourth edition of the The Heart of Chorus …

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Tuku Widow’s Actions Raise Questions

What could be going on in Daisy Mtukudzi’s mind? When she distances herself from gigs that have been organised in honour of her late husband Oliver Mtukudzi, is she implying there are sinister motives in the gestures? While she does not openly say it, a statement from Tuku Music that …

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