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Mhere charms Bushiri’s followers

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO GOSPEL artiste Mathias Mhere yesterday described his performances at embattled Shepherd Bushiri’s Enlightened Christian Gathering Church in South Africa on Monday as a great experience. The musician did not allow the legal woes besetting the cleric to affect his performance. Bushiri and his wife, Mary, are out …

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Banda’s son embarks on solo projects

BY SHARON SIBINDI CHARLES Banda — son of the late artiste and founding member of Sunduza Boys, Simon Mahlaba Banda — has finally decided to embark on solo projects after holding forte at the band following his father’s death several years ago. Simon was revered as a great mentor, producer, …

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UZ embraces new art form

BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe (UZ) film, radio and television production students have embraced video installation as an important medium for development communication, with a particular effort to trigger discussions on mental health issues and proffer a platform to resolve them. Video installation is a contemporary art form combining …

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Benhura’s First Solo Exhibition in 12 Years

Internationally acclaimed stone sculptor Dominic Benhura is set to hold a solo show at Amanzi restaurant in Chisipite beginning tomorrow. Benhura last had a solo exhibition in the country 12 years ago as he focused more on international adventures. The works on show will reflect on Benhura’s 40 years in …

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Too Open takes old skool to La Rouge

Arts Correspondent Old Skool music masters Too Open will tomorrow have their third session at La Rouge in Westgate. The group is known for playing cover versions of classic old skool hits and their shows are popular with mature crowds. They have been given Saturday sessions at La Rouge and …

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Digital migration pays off for ZBC

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent ZBC TV continues rolling out television productions that were funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) under the Zimbabwe Digital Broadcasting (Zimdigital) migration project. The programmes that range from game shows, dramas, soapies, lifestyle and music shows have bolstered content on ZTV while empowering local …

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Mbeu dates Mandisa Queens in Mutare

Kundai Marunya Art Correspondent Rising afro-fusion musician Ashton ‘Mbeu’ Nyahora will tonight return to Mutare’s Club Mandisa for the first time this year. The musician, who has been travelling around the country mostly as Jah Prayzah’s opening act, will headline the show that will also see the club’s raunchy dancers …

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Young social worker picks up the pen

Milton Chitsime (MC) is a young social worker and an emerging author, writing in both Shona and English. He speaks to NewsDay Features & Lifestyle (ND) Editor Phillip Chidavaenzi. Here are the excerpts of the interview. ND: Tell us how the idea of writing first came to you? MC: Well, …

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Sweet Mobby takes on Gqom music

BY JOEL TSVAKWI BULAWAYO-based multi-talented entertainer Moreblessings “Sweet Mobby” Khumalo has taken up Gqom music after a stint as a wheel-spinner, NewsDay Life & Style can reveal. Gqom music is a fusion of fashion trends, house music, hip-hop and kwaito. Khumalo, who entered showbiz in 2016 as a DJ, said …

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