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Behold the twins from hell

Leroy Dzenga Lifestyle Writer It is a beauty and a devil of a story. Your epic Jekyll and Hyde tale in living colour. They both blew onto the national stage in a gust, nay tornado in the iconic suburb of Mbare, using their natural talents in a manner which showed …

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Hotel thrives as Mutoko shines

Brian Gabriel Musabayane Mutoko is definitely the gem of Mashonaland East Province. Situated 143 kilometres from Harare, Mutoko is a vibrant small town with  marvellous infrastructure that is being built in the area, what with the magnificent houses dotting the skyline of the town. One would be forgiven for drawing …

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6 years later, Chari strikes gold

Lifestyle Writer THE script of Obert “Mebo” Chari’s six-year music career is not your typical one. Certainly the artiste, who got thrust into the limelight recently, proves success does not have a single formula. Sometimes success is so deep in the womb of fate that it would take a Caesarean …

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Queen of soul Aretha Franklin dies

Aretha Franklin, the legendary Queen of soul, has died. Associated Press and TMZ reported that she died yesterday. She was 76 years old. The cause of death has not been revealed. Last year, Franklin announced a semi-retirement from live performance. In March, she cancelled two upcoming concerts, citing doctor’s orders …

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All set for ‘Change A Life’ concert

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent All is set for the highly anticipated Change A Life concert that is headlined by South African star rapper Nasty C (real name David Junior Ngcobo) and top local acts. The show slated for tomorrow at Wingate Golf Club will raise money for less privileged children …

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Sulu meets Diamond Musica at Food Nest

Arts Reporter After touring the United Kingdom where he performed at Zimfest last week, Suluman Chimbetu returns to the local stage tonight where he performs at Food Nest alongside Diamond Musica. Sulu reportedly left lasting impressions at the festival and his team is in high spirits after the successful foreign …

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Matare shines in theatre, film

Boniface Chimedza Arts Correspondent Award-winning film and television artist and renowned guru in theatrical production performances, Charles Matare has carved a permanent niche in the local film and television industry, boasting of several accolades in different artistic genres. Matare won the 2013 National Arts Merits Awards (Nama) for the best …

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Mbeu makes inroads in live shows

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Fast-rising musician Ashton Nyahora, popularly known as Mbeu, is making inroads in showbiz and is currently one of the busiest young musicians on the live show terrain. He holds about three shows every week when others are complaining about lack of performance space. Mbeu and his …

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Operation Restore Legacy exhibition goes to SA

Arts Correspondent After a run at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Harare and Bulawayo an exhibition titled “The Lost and Found: Resilience, Uncertainty, Expectations, Excitement and Hope” pulled heartstrings for its historiographical detail of the momentous events of Operation Restore Legacy. Events dated from November 18, 2017, captured an …

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