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Zicosu popularises new dancehall riddim

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Following the release of “ED Pfee Riddim” at Rainbow Towers recently, Zimbabwe Congress of Student Unions (ZICOSU) who were behind the project are appealing for funds for live shows and distribution. The dancehall riddim, which features big names in the genre among them Dobba Don and …

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Learners improve focus, reduce procrastination

THE general belief is that all learners know they should be focused when it comes to their academics. But most learners still give in to distractions even though they know they should be studying. What should learners do to remain focused and reduce procrastination? This is quite evident when learners …

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Legend Busi Ncube adopts musicians

NORWAY-based Zimbabwean music legend Busi Ncube has taken up the task of exposing local artistes to European audiences by taking under her wing a batch of musicians who then get a chance to tour with her around her adopted country and beyond. After she exported the talents of Sihle Ngwabi …

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Hip-hop clashes with gqom

BATTLE is the most magnificent competition in which a human being can indulge. It brings out all that is best, it removes all that is base and all men are afraid in battle. The coward is the one who lets his fear overcome his sense of duty and duty is …

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The pastor’s son who became Zim’s hottest rapper

WHEN Tafadzwa “Asaph” Tarukwana rose to the top of ZIFM’s charts last week, shrugging off competition from seasoned campaigners like Winky D and ExQ, few could have guessed that the rapper they were listening on the song titled Mambo is the son of a pastor. On the song, the Bulawayo …

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City Sports Bar Jam Session grows bigger

Arts Correspondent City Sports Bar has changed the notion that Monday evenings are laid back in terms of leisure. The weekly Jam Session event continues to make City Sports Bar a joint of choice every Monday evening as music fans gather for a merrymaking session. Tonight is another night for …

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Vabati VaJehova’s bittersweet story

Tatenda Chipungudzanye THEIRS has been a bittersweet journey clouded by tragedy, hope and joyful moments. An incarnation of the movie series “Final Destination”. Their passion for choral music in rural Mhondoro saw them hogging limelight in no time for both good and sad reasons. The good reason why Vabati VaJehova …

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Zim Peace Festival lives up to billing

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter The Zim Peace Festival that was held at the Glamis Arena, Harare, was a huge success as the invited gospel musicians delivered polished acts. The festival, which was spearheaded by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) in a collaborative effort between the Zimbabwe Council of Churches, Evangelical …

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The genius of Jah Prayzah and his ‘Ronika’ hit

Robert Mukondiwa The nation was once again gripped in what turned out to be a very hot debate when Jah Prayzah, the man of the moment, (whose moment has become pretty long actually, to think of it) released yet another song this past week. The media rolled out a tongue, …

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