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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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Adult entertainment fights stiff competition

Lifestyle Reporter The birth of adult entertainment in the nation a few years ago when Private Lounge broke the hymen of “traditional entertainment” and went a steamy notch forward was once seen as a fad. In a nation where many people are religious fundamentalists even, few could have thought “conservative …

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fastjet off to mixed start

Robert Mukondiwa The hunt for cheap tickets to make air travel affordable in the country especially seemed to have opened up when fastjet, the no frills airline finally took to the skies to challenge Air Zimbabwe monopoly in the Harare Bulawayo route. They promised a lot as all no frills …

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Eutelsat Star winners receive prizes

Tsitsi Ndabambi The high school students who won the seventh annual DSTv Eutelsat Star Awards competition were this week presented with prizes for their outstanding achievements for their entries in the poster and essay sections of the competition at national stage. It has become a custom that a Mutare students …

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Charley Black promises fireworks

Taenda Cyril Mushambi After missing a show in June this year, David House promotions have set another show for Charley Black in Zimbabwe on August 4 at Club 1+1, Longcheng Plaza, which promises to be nothing short of electric if the organiser’s words are anything to go by. After making …

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Great food, great value in an informal setting

The epicurian More and more people take pleasure in cuisine that offers healthy eating, so it’s no surprise to find that lunchtimes at Harare’s Shop Café are almost always busy. It’s a venue with a superb selection of mostly — but not exclusively — vegetarian dishes offered in a delightful …

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The other side of Taka Mashonganyika

Godwin Muzari Arts Editor Mike Taka Mashonganyika is a popular name in showbiz. Popularly known as Taka, the man has worked with some of the top musicians in the country while he has run numerous popular joints, especially in Highfield where he hails from. He was one of the popular …

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Corporates endorse One Big Party

Arts Correspondent One Big Party could fast become the biggest party of each month in Harare following massive endorsements from corporates that will support tomorrow’s edition of the event. After rolling around many venues during its infancy, One Big Party finally found a permanent home at PaDziva along Kirkman Road …

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Local musicians ready for Koffi clash

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Local musicians that will share the stage with Koffi Olomide at the Harare International Conference Centre on August 3 say they are ready for the big assignment and will pose good stage competition to the international rhumba star. The Congolese musician is expected in the country on …

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