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Gallery’s ‘First Fridays’ gain popularity

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent National Gallery of Zimbabwe has defied the traditional gallery atmosphere, which mostly is painting and sculptors stationed as per curation with the audience passing through interacting with the art in dead silence. Every first Friday of the month the gallery through its partnership with Enthuse Africa …

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Jah Signal rocks SA

Rising Zim-dancehall musician Jah Signal captivated his South African fans with an enthralling lively performance on Saturday at Macanudo Cocktail and Cigar in Johannesburg. Jah Signal, who has a series of hits under his belt, managed to attract a full house as well as stage an outstanding performance. The show …

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Fashion galore at Carrick Polo

Not even the low temperatures recorded during the weekend, could stop fashionistas, diplomats, chief executives and celebrities among others to have their fair share of fashion statements at the Carrick Ambassadors cup — polo fete. Dubbed, “Ruwa July”, a local version borrowed from South Africa’s Durban July, was an exclusive …

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Vodacom Durban July springs surprises

Meanwhile, Durban July proved to be a mixture of horse racing and serious fashion statements as fashionistas, business moguls and the socialites came dressed for the occasion in South Africa at the weekend. South Africa’s controversial socialite and provocateur Zodwa Wabantu dared to dream big when she came dressed in …

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Why I Married Olinda – Singer Tytan

Those who thought the relationship between musician Tytan (born Njabulo Nkomo) and social butterfly Olinda Chapel was a publicity stunt plucked from a Hollywood movie scene got a shock of their lives when the two officially tied the knot at a private wedding last week. From the beginning the union …

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Spare a thought for Nesto

Robert Mukondiwa It is a bit of a crisis, our society. One which has expert hunters who are on what seems an eternal search for blood on the floor, walls, the nooks and crevices. Because that is what we are; sadly a society that celebrates blood and seldom looks to …

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Remembering murder of Royals this July

Lifestyle Writer July 17 this year is the centenary of the assassination of the Romanovs, the Imperial Russian ruling family whose lives were taken in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution and whose murder shocked the world. To mark the event, the Harare Film Society is hosting an evening of …

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She has been to hell and back

Having got to know of her HIV positive status at the age of 13, Langa (not her real name) says she had to grapple with self-stigma, stigma within her family and then worse still in boarding school. Given the rife stigma, compounded with lack of support, she defaulted, not once …

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Tres bien: A French treat in suburban Harare

The Epicurean Over the years the people of Harare have enjoyed access to a selection of smaller coffee shops and restaurants, sometimes located off the beaten track, as it were, and sometimes with an unusual mix of offerings. Some have come and gone in a flash, while others have lingered …

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