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Record label scouts for prison singers

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent At a time when family members were visiting their loved ones corporates, churches and well-wishers were donating different wares and food stuffs to prisoners, local record label Propabless International spent last week scouting for talent at Harare Central Prison. The week-long process saw the label signing …

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Paul Mkondo’s forgotten book

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf It is a hurting truth in literature circles that sometimes a writer’s death marks the end of his or her writing legacy being remembered and promoted. The world of readers lose so much when the deceased writer leaves a debut or multiple manuscripts unpublished in the hands …

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St John’s Pipe Band in World Championships glory

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent St John’s College Pipe and Drum Corps are still basking in glory after winning the World Champions in their division at the just ended Piping and Drumming Competition in Glasgow, Scotland. Dubbed the “Glasgow Annual Championships,” the competition is equivalent to Olympics in sport, holding the …

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SA’s Busiswa to perform in Harare

Arts Correspondent South African singer Busiswa is scheduled to perform in Zimbabwe with a host of local artistes at a show that will be a mixed bag of music. She will be on stage at Alexandra Sports Club on September 8 and local performers at the show will include Winky …

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Sulu, Eriza in stage affair at PaDziva

Arts Reporter Suluman Chimbetu and Lyn Magodo will on Saturday have a stage affair at PaDziva outdoor joint near Dzivaresekwa. It will be another “One Big Party” event and they will take turns to entertain patrons at the joint that is fast gaining popularity. Lyn is known to many as …

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Madzitatiguru relishes Scottish experience

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent As his voice continues to grow, reaching a wider audiences on the international scene, celebrated local poet Tendekai “Madzitatiguru” Tati last week staged at the prestigious Edinburgh International Book Festival in Scotland. Performing under “In Light Of What We Write”, a platform that brings young Scottish …

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Local acts shine at Nasty C show

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Arts Reporter Local acts at the much publicised show dubbed “Change A Life Concert” which was headlined by South African rapper Nasty C (real name David Junior Ngcobo) did not disappoint as they put up an electrifying and energetic performance. The show, which was held at Wingate Golf …

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SA movie guru to officiate at film festival

Yeukai Karengezeka Arts Correspondent Prominent South African filmmaker Mpho Ramathuthu is set to officiate at this year’s edition of International Images Film Festival for Women that will run from August 22-31 at different venues around Harare. The venues will be the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, The Nexus at B2C , Mufakose, …

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Holiday camp for artists at National Gallery

At the Gallery It is that time of the year again when kids get to explore, create, develop new skills, appreciate new ideas, make new friends, and have fun at the Gallery. The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will be hosting the exciting August Holiday Art Camp from August 20-24. The …

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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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