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New book on women empowerment

Yeukai Karengezeka Arts Correspondent— Motivational speaker and entrepreneur Uzillah Munyengeterwa-Hove is set to launch her first book titled “Gift of a Woman” on Saturday at Baraza Pavillion in Tynwald. In an interview with Herald Arts, Hove said the book is meant to empower women to become financially independent and to …

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Let Them Festival reaches out to disadvantaged children

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Expanding their horizon from creating performance space for children, the sixth annual Let Them Festival has partnered Agora Zimbabwe to donate 250 pairs of adjustable spectacles to orphans and less fortunate children. The donation will be handed over to pre-screened children at the annual festival to …

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Chillspot, MTM producers team up

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Two of Zimbabwe’s most talented producers Rodger “Levels” Kadzimwe and Tamuka Mukuluni have teamed up to bring one of the most exciting collaborations of 2018. The multi-award-winning producers will be dropping their first collaboration titled “Tamu Level Riddim” this month and it will feature a host …

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Mbo Mahocs joins eTV’s Scandal

BULAWAYO television personality and actress Mbonisi “Mbo Mahocs” Mahonondo has joined one of South Africa’s biggest television soapies, Scandal, in which she plays the role of ChiChi, a young woman desperate to do anything to get whatever she wants. BY SHARON SIBINDI Scandal airs every weekday on eTV. Mbo Mahocs …

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Upcoming musician sings ED praises

UPCOMING Afro-pop musician, Ndori Malonza , is set to release his debut 13-track album titled First Time in which he dedicated the closing song to President Emmerson Mnangagwa. BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO Malonza told NewsDay Life & Style that the song — Mnangagwa — was inspired by his belief that the …

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The mysterious world of Toriro and his goats

By Beniah Munengwa A MUSICIAN might have many songs, but there will always be that one song that is rarely sung along to or known. It could just be a question of fate. Local author, Memory Chirere’s collection of short stories, Toriro and His Goats is one such example of …

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Juntal promises ‘hot’ video

CONTEMPORARY rhumba music star Farai “Juntal” Serima is set to grace his fans this week with a new video for the track, Singuru, released in February which he hopes would also become popular like Wangu Mutupo video produced last year. BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO Serima promised his fans that the video, …

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Artistes urged to promote nation

SENIOR principal director in the President’s Office Mary Mubi last week urged artistes to write songs portraying the country’s positive image to the outside world, as a way of promoting Zimbabwean culture and attracting tourists. BY TAFADZWA MUTACHA Speaking at a National Branding workshop on Thursday, Mubi said those in …

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Sungura maestro Macheso finds his mojo

SUNGURA kingpin Alick Macheso appears to have found his mojo with the release of his latest album Dzinosvitsa Kure at a fully-packed Aquatic Complex in the dormitory town of Chitungwiza. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO The Madhawu hitmaker proved he is the king of sungura at a colourful and emotional event that …

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