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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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‘Zodwa welcome for carnival’

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) boss Karikoga Kaseke said Zodwa Wabantu is welcome to join the 5th Harare International Carnival to be held from October 14 to 20. This follows the controversial exclusion of the South African socialite and dancer from attending last year’s festivities, a decision …

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Candy, Bazuka to launch album tonight

Boniface Chimedza Arts Correspondent Dynamic duo Faith “Candy” Naphazi and Mabasa “Bazuka” Ziyambi are launching their third Album at Red Café tonight. Dubbed “Karinge Zuva”, the 10-track offering is an assorted Afro Jazz compilation with a contemporary feel that takes Candy and Bazuka’s appreciation of the popular genre to a …

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ZRP Chaplain releases single

Boniface Chimedza Arts Correspondent When the fire of talent lights up in a man’s heart, he will do the extraordinary, but when a man is seized by a divine calling, then God’s calling is substantiated by the type of fruit the man produces. Buoyed a burning talent that is evidently …

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Poet publishes anthology on Mugabe

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Bulawayo-based poet Philani Amadeus Nyoni aka Pan recently upgraded his poetry collection inspired by former President Robert Mugabe’s rule. Titled “Philtrum”, the collection was first published in November, a week after Mugabe resigned only to be further updated recently. Explaining the title Nyoni said the philtrum …

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Kampala fest inspires Zim twins

Boniface Chimedza Arts Correspondent Identical Zimbabwean twins Pachawo and Gift Petro believe their participation at the Kampala Twins Festival in Uganda was a stepping stone for greater things to come. Their dream of launching a twins festival locally could materialise after getting a feel of a similar fête at a …

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Power of staged readings of books

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf There was something theatrical about famous author Shimmer Chinodya’s 60th birthday party held last year at the Alliance Francaise, Harare. The readings from his novels, done by four people seated facing the audience, added a particular aura which certainly opened fresh perspectives from which to look at …

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