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New Miss Tourism leaders setting a new pace

Tsitsi Ndabambi Normally the ones who take over the brand baton always strive on improving the adopted brand with the aim of ascending to the top. This is the vision that the new Miss Tourism Zimbabwe president and licence holder Mrs Sarah Mpofu-Sibanda has. “Our team has pledged to hold …

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Sanganai shines light on Zimbabwe’s tourism boom

Robert Mukondiwa recently in Bulawayo There is a serious problem with Sanganai/Hlanganani Travel Expo. And it is not particularly a bad one. The problem? The expo has become very, very big. All the arteries of the richly diverse City of Kings, as Bulawayo is affectionately known, were pumped up with …

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Festivals highlight Africa’s rich storytelling

Lifestyle Reporter Africa’s rich history of storytelling is being carried on in the modern era through the medium of film, demonstrated most recently at the recent Zimbabwe International Film Festival (ZIFF) and International Images Film Festival (IIFF) for Women, two high-profile showcases for a selection of the best in film …

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Manyowa, Mai Suluma collaboration out today

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Award-winning gospel singers Janet Manyowa and Shingisai Suluma will today drop their latest single titled “Muchengeti”. Speaking in an interview, Manyowa who is also a fan of Suluma said she knew she had to work with her the moment she wrote the song. “It was a …

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Homecoming gig for Zhakata

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent After a memorable trip that saw him sharing the stage with the best of South African music among them Shekhinah, Thomas Chauke, Afrotainment, DJ Tira, and Busiswa, celebrated musician Leonard Karikoga Zhakata will be treated to a welcome show at City Sports Bar tomorrow. The Zora …

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All set for Kadoma Ranch Hotel re-launch party

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter All is set for a party to celebrate the reopening of Kadoma Ranch Hotel that has been undergoing renovations. The party takes place tonight with popular DJs on decks while “Wenera” will also grace the occasion. DJs on rotation will be the Game Recognize Game …

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Zimura, Devine Assignments in copyright awareness drive

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent In a bid to shed light on issues surrounding copyright, the Zimbabwe Music Rights Association will today hold a workshop at the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation premises in Belgravia, Harare. Various stakeholders have been invited to the workshop to team up in raising awareness on …

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Vedu’s thorny road to success

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent As female artistes continue to struggle to earn recognition and respect in an industry that is male dominated, all-female afro-pop band Vedu testifies of a rampant culture of sexual harassment in the industry. Founded by Music Crossroads Academy students last year, the four member band has …

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Jah Prayzah refuses to feature on Baba Harare video

Godwin Muzari Arts Editor The apparent harmony between Baba Harare and Jah Prayzah could prove to be a smokescreen following revelations that the Military Touch Movement boss refused to feature on a video of the collaboration he did with his former lead guitarist. Baba Harare and Jah Prayzah collaborated on …

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