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Outcry as ZTV censors Carl during Nama

LOCAL television viewers have accused the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation Television station of censoring out portions of the live broadcast of the National Arts Merit Awards ceremony held last Saturday night at 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale, as the host, top comedian, Carl Joshua Ncube, allegedly made “politically incorrect” jokes about …

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Meet #Zimbabwe’s first Blind Actress

Blind Zimbabwean Actress Defies Odds Global Press Journal by Linda MujuruFriday 24th February, 2017 HARARE, ZIMBABWE – Edith Masango, 24, Zimbabwe’s first blind actress, plays the role of Jane, a blind and talented artist, in a short film titled “The Collector.”In the opening scene, Jane sings a Shona traditional song …

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Actor, political activist Ngwenya dies

TELEVISION actor and political activist, Agrippa Sikwata Ngwenya, has died. He was 80. BY OWN CORRESPONDENT Agrippa Ngwenya Ngwenya, who had not been well since last year, succumbed to hypertension and diabetes on February 13. He had a colourful acting career that saw him featuring as the character Khumalo in …

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Local producer takes continent by storm

HARARE-based producer, Fungai Paradzayi, popularly known as Fun F in music circles, says he has been overwhelmed by latest developments that have seen his tracks topping the Tanzanian and Nigerian music billboards. BY ARTS REPORTER Fun F Rated as the Producer of the Year at the Zimbabwe Hip Hop Awards, …

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Why you shouldn’t compare your sex life to others

Don’t compare your sex life to that of celebrities or friends – it makes you unhappy with your relationship and affects your libido Comparing your love life to that of others can affect your libido, a study found And it doesn’t matter whether the comparison was a celebrity or your …

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Zim lovers in Sweden liberal with wallets on Valentine’s Day

Business Reporter — IT is quite rewarding, literally, to have a loved one who lives and works in Sweden, especially during Valentine’s Day, statistics from WorldRemit, a money transfer agency, show. Zimbabweans living in Sweden are the most generous long distance lovers as they spend more money than anyone else …

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Zimbabwe fashion house exhibits in New York Fashion Week

RENOWNED Fashion House, David Alford Harare, is representing Zimbabwe with its autumn-winter collection themed On the Precipice at New York Fashion Week at Studio 450, which opened at the weekend, the project’s public relations and development manager, Rutendo Denise, said. BY LORRAINE MUROMO Rutendo Denise Denise said the collection, which …

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