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NGZ directors for Hong Kong art fair

BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO NATIONAL Gallery of Zimbabwe executive director Doreen Sibanda and her deputy Raphael Chikukwa have been invited to participate at the Conversations programme at this year’s Art Basel set for March 28 to 31 in Hong Kong. Art Basel is a privately-owned and managed international art fair staged …

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Prison group lights up World Kidney Day gig

THE Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) Mutare Farm Prison music outfit, Echoes Arts Group, last week left the crowd clamouring for more of their acts after putting up a sterling show through music and drama at the World Kidney Day commemorations in the border city. The group performed a …

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Hip-hop rapper collaborates with Roki

BY DEMETRIA MANYONGA\ BELINDA MANDIZHA LOCAL hip-hop rapper, Trevor Shingirayi Simoyi, known by his stage name Styce, has collaborated with controversial urban groover Rockford Josphat on a track titled Lamborghini, set for release this Thursday. In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style, Styce said the afro-pop track that was …

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Macheso, Jah Prayzah join relief efforts for Cyclone Idai

Arts Reporters Following the disaster that struck some parts of the country due to the ravaging Cyclone Idai, musicians have joined the campaign to mobilise aid for victims. The worst affected areas are Chimanimani and Chipinge, where Government and non-governmental organisations have dispatched teams to assess the damage and mobilise …

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Sandy embarks on weight loss

BULAWAYO songbird Sandra “Sandy” Ndebele took to social media to announce that she has embarked on a programme to shed off excess weight in preparation for the launch of her album and a whirlwind tour. Sandy also revealed that she would be doing this as part of a health check …

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Getting ready for NAMA red carpet

Fashion 263 with Tafadzwa Zimoyo Let me begin by announcing the return of this column that coincidentally bounces back at a time towards the awards season. For those lost, the column centres on fashion and gives wardrobe tips and analysis. This week we focus on the red carpet, considering that …

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400 weddings in her name

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Lifestyle Writer When her age mates are still pondering what to do in life, Pauline Mapisa already has a full plate, in fact, a spilling one for her age. Most of her peers have just graduated from University and others have been looking for employment, not concerned …

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Zim’s undisputed jungle theatre

Isdore Guvamombe ON entering the gate to the Main Camp, fresh game dung juxtaposed with stunted, sparsely populated bush shrubbery and a water hole, give valuable clues to what happens in Zimbabwe’s undisputed theatre of the jungle — the Hwange National Park. Buffaloes huddle and moo in formidable herds, flap …

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Sky is no limit

Victor Maphosa Herald Correspondent She is daring and courageous and with an insatiable pedigree to take on challenging limericks, like male dominance. Ode, Flight Lieutenant Annita Mapiye! She is the first female combat helicopter pilot at the Air Force of Zimbabwe. If you know war in general and air combat …

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