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Zim model shines in Italy

Mirirai Nsingo A Zimbabwean model is making strides in Italy as she was recently featured in one of the most watched hit television game shows, “Guess my age”. Zimbabwean-born Angeline Tanyaradzwa Taderera was one of the participants on the Italian game show which has a million viewers, a platform she …

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Urban grooves stars to perform for pen or pencil

Bruce Ndlovu A pen, pencil or any piece of school stationery is all it will take to witness some of the top acts that turned the Zimbabwean music scene on its head at the turn of the century, with stars that pioneered the genre set to perform at a charity …

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Pinjisi for Padziva One Big Party

Arts Correspondent Tatenda Pinjisi has joined the train of big guns that make it to One Big Party that takes place monthly at Padziva in Dzivaresekwa. Located along Kirkman Road after Sanganai Inn, Padziva has become a popular outdoor venue in the area and has hosted many artists. Pinjisi will …

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Diamond Musica happy with Food Nest slot

Arts Correspondent Rhumba stars Diamond Musica will tonight perform at Food Nest as part of their rhumba revival mission. The group performs at the venue every Friday and the slot has become popular. Rhumba joints in the country are now few and Food Nest has become a good nest for …

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Soul Jah Love headlines police fun day

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Zimdancehall musician Soul Jah Love — real name Soul Musaka — is set to headline Family Fun Day celebrations tomorrow at Cleveland Dam. The celebrations which are falling under the Africa Day celebrations theme were organised by Zimbabwe Republic Police forces from Eastlea, Hillside, Greendale …

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One night with Ammara Brown

Arts Correspondent Ammara Brown is outstanding as one of the most-active female performers of her generation. Most female musicians complain about lack of exposure and performance space, but Ammara just goes for performances. She goes for action. And many music followers will admit that she does not only go on …

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Book plays ‘modern aunt’ for youths

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf “Bleeding Hearts” (2018, Royalty Books) is 33-year-old Tendai Makaripe’s well-timed word of advice for the youths in matters of dating and courtship, thus from some point of view it plays the long-forgotten cultural role of the aunt who used to handle such issues. The author is deeply …

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Gasa to unveil ‘Code 263’ in Chinhoyi

Arts Correspondent Sungura musician Romeo Gasa will tomorrow launch his new album “Code 263” at Chinhoyi Stadium in the Mashonaland West provincial capital. It is likely to be a big event that will attract many other sungura musicians that will share the stage with a man who has vowed to …

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Chikowe in Croatia for Dancerstar competition

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Local break-dancer Kudzanai Mcmillian Chikowe (20) is in Croatia to compete at the world’s biggest dance event Dancestar. This comes after Chikowe impressed Dancestar Ambassador for Africa Paul Modjadji at the 2016 Jibilika dance finals held in Mutare where the latter was part of the adjudication …

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Dlamini crowned Mat North’s Miss Tourism

BY SINDISO DUBE Hannah Maramba (20) from Hwange and Ivy Ncube (17) from Victoria Falls were voted first and second princess respectively. The three finalists automatically won tickets to represent Matabeleland North province in the national finals set for Bulawayo in September. The national licence holder, Sarah Mpofu-Sibanda of Fingers …

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