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Today’s Artist – Carl Joshua Ncube

Described by CNN African Voices as the “New face of Zimbabwean Comedy”. Carl literally broke into the Zimbabwean comedy scene with his debut one-man show Carl Joshua Ncube’s BIG ANNOUNCEMENT setting him up as the BIGGEST Zimbabwean Stand Up Comedy export. Considered by his peers as an innovator; constantly pushing …

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Today’s Restaurant – Maestro Restaurant Lounge Harare

  Mae’stro Restro Lounge is an upmarket cosmopolitan place to dine, socialise and enjoy a drink whilst sophisticated and carefully selected music serenades your ears. Located in the Sunshine City of Harare, Mae’stro Restro Lounge brings world-class sophistication to the Capital City. The Mae’stro Restro Lounge concept was conceptualized and …

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Today’s Artist – Tererai Mugwadi

A musician’s move towards artistic maturity usually involves assembling a full band and holding live shows. In most cases one cannot become a successful artist without holding live shows, because it is one of the most vital steps of the musical journey while it is the most reliable source of …

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Today’s Artist: Producer Nico Abote

   I am passionate TV Producer and Social Media Fanatic. Enjoy telling stories visually, editing, photography and anything with adventure in it. I run an Online Web-TV channel www.263africa.tv and produce a number of programs which include Serious Talk, Hezvo (comedy show) and Cross Network TV (CNtv) a Christian based program among …

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Today’s Artist: Author NoViolet Bulawayo

  Author Bio • Birth—1981 • Where—Tsholotsho, Zimbabwe • Education—B.A., M.A., Texas A&M; M.F.A., Cornell University • Awards—Caine Prize for African Writing; National Book Awards “5 Under 35” Award • Currently—lives in California NoViolet Bulawayo (pen name of Elizabeth Zandile Tshele) is a Zimbabwean author and Stegner Fellow at Stanford …

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Today’s Artist: John Chibadura

Obituary With the death of John Chibadura, a year after two members of his group, the Tembo Brothers, the handful of Zimbabwean popular musicians who brought their country’s music bouncing and jiving on to European stages in the Eighties is further reduced. Chibadura was a true working-class entertainer. His job, …

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