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Probeatz relishes Talent Factory experience

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Arts Reporter Local beat boxer Denzel Mashonganyika, affectionately known as ProBeatz, said the recently held MultiChoice Talent Factory Academy for Southern Africa that was officially launched in Lusaka has opened new doors for him. Probeatz performed at the gala that was attended by two selected Zimbabwean students Rutendo …

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Mabasa, Muchuri shine at 2018 ZIBF indaba

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf On  day one, October 22, the opening storytelling and poetry performances at the 2018 ZIBF Indaba by Shona writers Ignatius T Mabasa and Tinashe Muchuri were sufficient to prepare guests for more exciting yet profound knowledge exchange on issues affecting the African writer and the book industry. …

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Jah Prayzah endorses 14-year-old singer

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Wise Owl School pupil Spiwe Ndebele will launch her career on an exciting note after she caught the attention of award-winning singer Jah Prayzah. The 14-year-old musician’s album  titled “Into You” is being recorded at Jah Prayzah’s JP Studios and it will be released next …

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Drumbeat echoes from Chiweshe

Beaven Tapureta Own Correspondent The Music Crossroads Academy last Friday officially launched two research-based documentations on “The Drum Cultures of Chiweshe” and “The Mbira/Sungura Guitar Styles of Zimbabwe”, which are results of a culture preservation project funded by the German Embassy in Zimbabwe. The launch took place at the Zimbabwe …

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Cancer Power Walk: Let’s bring out the boys!

Robert Mukondiwa The thought of having to roll one’s crown jewels between their fingers for a while in testicular cancer self-testing would make someone go, well, nuts      . . . excuse the pun. And while the prostate cancer test in its medieval form can be intrusive, it is a discomfort …

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Forest regulations, laws and statutory instruments in Zim

Lifestyle Writer Zimbabwe has a very high level of biodiversity, and the dominant forest ecosystems in the country can be loosely grouped into Flora Zambeziaca and Afromontane phyto-regions and exotic plantations found in the Eastern Highlands, Manicaland Province. The Flora Zambeziaca phyto-region has five woodland types named according to the …

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Govt Keen to Engage Media

Government has pledged to continue opening up to the media and engaging it to portray a good image of the country that all people will be proud of, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa has said. She said this during a familiarisation meeting with editors from the print …

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Tania Aaron Represents Zim At Miss International Pageant

ZIMBABWE will be represented by 23-year-old Tania Tatenda Aaron at the 58th edition of the Miss International pageant which will be held early next month in Tokyo, Japan. Tania, the reigning Miss Zimbabwe International, will battle hopefuls from some 80 other countries for the global crown. “The winner besides being …

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