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Bring back community leisure facilities

Senior Lifestyle Writer Do you still remember those years when young people in the ghetto would go for swings and slides in a nearby recreational park? Do you remember those days when children would leave their plastic balls on the streets to go to a nearby swimming pool to cool …

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Charambas reflect on life journey

Godwin Muzari Arts & Lifestyle Editor It all started at St Mary’s Apostolic Faith Mission church in Chitungwiza where Charles Charamba met Olivia Maseko. Although they were attending the same church for some time, music brought them closer and one thing led to the other until they finally tied the …

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Actress Gets Death Threats Over Magaya

One of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya’s personal bodyguards yesterday appeared in court on allegations of issuing death threats to prominent actress Charity Dhlodhlo, who was reportedly revealing sordid details about the controversial churchman’s business and private life. James Dzamu (41), who resides at PHD …

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DJ Stavo’s Open Letter to ED

Outspoken disk jockey and music producer, DJ Stavo born Steven Sanders has penned an open letter to President Emmerson Mnangagwa to conscientize the country’s leader on possible avenues that are paramount to economic growth. Also addressing the letter to arts and finance ministers, Kirsty Coventry and Professor Mthuli Ncube respectively, …

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Echoes of Praise to release album

TOP gospel musicians Kudzai Nyakudya and Bethen Pasinawako are set to grace the launch of Methodist Church in Zimbabwe’s Echoes of Praise’s second album, Mbiri Nerukudzo, pencilled for Saturday in Zengeza, Chitungwiza. The group’s organising secretary Fredrick Moyo said the launch was scheduled to start in the afternoon and run …

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Miss Tourism search stretches to Vic Falls

ORAGNISERS of Miss Tourism Zimbabwe will take the search for this year’s beauty queen to Victoria Falls as Matabeleland North province hosts its auditions on Saturday and Sunday at Invuvu Restaurant. The pageant is seeking a replacement of Tafadzwa Jaricha who is seeing out her reign. A lawyer with Mhungu …

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Intwasa embraces female creatives

INTWASA Arts Festival koBulawayo has introduced another calendar event dubbed Women’s Day, which will run concurrently with the annual arts fiesta, dedicated to women’s activities in the creative sector. Festival administrator Runyararo Mutandi told some female artistes in Bulawayo during a recent consultative meeting that the programme will commence during …

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Top fashion designer sees potential in Zim

RENOWNED Filipino fashion designer John Ablaza yesterday said he saw a lot of potential in local fashion designers. Ablaza, currently visiting the country’s second largest city Bulawayo where he participated in a fashion show, is keen to provide mentorship to local designers who he said had the potential to compete …

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All set for Worship Summit gospel concert

Arts Reporters All is set for the inaugural “Worship Summit” that will see local and regional musicians sharing the stage tomorrow at Harare International Conference Centre (HICC). The event is being hosted by founder and senior pastor of Tabernacle of Grace Church, Apostle Batsirai Java. In an interview with The …

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New film encourages community development

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent In a bid to bring home a vision of a model world class city, filmmaker Jack Chimbetete will this evening launch his documentary “The Greater Des Moines Story” at Batanai Gardens. A Jacks Shack International (JSI) production, the film narrates how, when united, communities can thrive. …

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