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Alexio warms to stage with Tuku

Arts Correspondent Alexio Kawara believes the traditional feel that he added to his music has helped him keep afloat the music sea that swept away most of his contemporaries from the urban grooves era. The musician fused his urban grooves vibes with mbira beat and won a new section of …

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Spirit Praise in double DVD launch

Arts Correspondent Live DVD recordings of various gospel musicians have inspired Christians in many parts of the world and the trend continues to grow. Many live recordings that feature groups of inspirational singers have made a mark in the praise and worship sector. One group that has come up with …

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Winter Warmer Concert ready to roar

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent The Harare International Conference Centre is the place to be tonight as the leading local artists share the stage at the Winter Warmer Concert. Dubbed Commander Air Force of Zimbabwe Charity Fund, the show features Alick Macheso, Jah Prayzah, Killer T, Seh Calaz, Leonard Zhakata, Sulumani …

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Zim sommelier hits the big time

ZIMBABWEAN sommelier Tongai Dhafana’s love affair with wine has seen him inscribed into South Africa’s wine makers’ roll of honour after passing his examinations under the watch of the South African Sommelier Association. BY PHILLIP CHIDAVAENZI Dhafana told NewsDay Life & Style yesterday that he was now the first Zimbabwean …

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Tswa – all about living art

Bulawayo poet, filmmaker, music producer Tswarelo Mothobe — popularly known as Tswa — has distinguished himself as a versatile artist. The producer, who is also the managing director at 10th District, has worked with Nobuntu, Jeys Marabini and Black Umfolosi among several other musicians. In a wide-ranging interview with NewsDay …

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TBF to host new pageant

LOCAL entertainment group Team Big Family (TBF) is set to host the inaugural Miss Glamorous 2018 on September 8. BY ANESU MUSHAWATU Organiser and Team Big Family chief executive officer Chengetai Mashiringwani told NewsDay Life & Style yesterday that unlike other pageants which look for beauty Miss Glamourous is looking …

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Muridzo reviews ‘Munondo’ at Red Cafe

Arts Correspondent Andy Muridzo’s new album “Munondo” is slowly gaining ground as the musician takes it to his fans across the country. The album is a mixture of various beats, but it maintains his mbira style that has made his traditional feel outstanding. Tonight he takes the new album to …

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Mai Madziva: ‘Studio 263’ gossip monger

Godwin Muzari Memory Lane At the turn of the millennium, local soap “Studio 263” occupied a special place in most people’s television viewing priorities. Celebrated as Zimbabwe’s first soap opera, the production popularised many faces that were not known in the film industry and took famous actors to new levels. …

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Mugabe ouster exhibition off to Byo

THE National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) has set June 28 as the date for the Bulawayo edition of an exhibition capturing former President Robert Mugabe’s ouster in a military coup in November last year. BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO The exhibition — Lost and Found: Resilience, Uncertainty, Expectations, Excitement and Hope — …

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Chinhoyi 7 finally comes to Bulawayo

BULAWAYO film lovers this Friday will have a chance to watch the local war bio-pic Chinhoyi 7 at Ster kinekor Bulawayo from 5:30pm as the movie, which was oversubscribed in Harare two weeks ago, begins a national tour. BY SINDISO DUBE Ster Kinekor Bulawayo representative, Simbisai Nyamupachita, confirmed the development …

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