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It is Mbeu’s day

Plot MhakoMbeu, Mhodzi, Tribe one and the same. Born Ashton Nyahora, better known as Mbeu, his musical background is a collegiate jazz and traditional, combined with bold yet scintillating voice that gives his music a harmonious blend of retro and modern most current pop acts often miss the mark on.Having …

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Kumene to launch third album

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Sungura artiste Lucky Kumene is set to launch his third album, “Ngoda YaMwari” tomorrow at Eastpoint (formerly Jazz 105). Kumene said this album is a dedicated to his fans who have been waiting for his latest project. “Ngoda YaMwari” was inspired by fans themselves. They are …

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Tammy’s fees gesture touches hearts

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent A Girls High School (GHS) pupil broke down after being awarded a term’s worth of school fees from fast-rising musician Tammy Moyo. The pupil, who is doing her Form 3 at the school, is one of two who received Moyo’s donation at GHS. In her appreciation …

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Munodawafa comes to the aid of PWLD

GOSPEL musician Munyaradzi Munodawafa gave a big Christmas treat to Persons with Disabilities (PWD) and other well-wishers who had gathered at Ishe Anesu Disabilty Centre in Glen View, Harare on Friday, where he exhibited his exceptional keyboard playing skills. BY ALBERT MASAKA Munodawafa’s organisation, Zodzo Embassy of Persons with Disabilities …

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Mukanya in Byo litmus test

LEGENDARY Chimurenga musician Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo, who arrived in the country last night for the nationwide Peace Tour, will on Saturday face a litmus test as he performs at the Large City Hall in Bulawayo, where many shows by major artistes have flopped. BY SINDISO DUBE The recent high-profile show …

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Sad moment haunts writing community

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf Last month has dark memories of death mainly caused by road accidents, crime, and infernos. In the writing community, a sad moment that still haunts it is the passing of an emerging writer, Prudence Aida Madzadzavara, who had just launched her debut motivational book titled “Becoming The …

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Litfest bemoans lack of support

LITERATURE Festival director Chirikure Chirikure has called on local arts stakeholders to bankroll local literature programmes, saying the lack of financial support was worrisome. BY BENIAH MUNENGWA Speaking during the fifth edition of the annual festival, which ran from November 28 to December 1 in Harare, Chirikure said he found …

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Rhyme Assassin picks up his life

UNITED Kingdom-based award-winning rapper Rhyme Assassin and his long-time ally, T9yce, have broken three years of music silence with a track dubbed Pick My Life Up, which talks of the current economic hardships faced by Zimbabweans. BY SINDISE DUBE Rhyme Assassin The track, which was produced by Bulawayo-based P2daoh, talks …

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Miss Zim World braces for grand finale

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent It is just three days before Miss World 2018 grand finale takes place in Sanya City, China. The event, which will have over 100 beauties from across the world competing for the coveted crown, will see Zimbabwean beauty Belinda Potts competing for top position. Speaking in …

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Jaricha to miss Miss Tourism World

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Organisers of the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe pageant have announced that their queen, Tafadzwa Primrose Jaricha, will not represent the country at the international level this year because of limited time and lack of preparedness. Jaricha (23) will continue her reign and will go next year …

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