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Zimpraise to hold annual concert for free

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Arts Reporter Preparations for the interdenominational choral group Zimpraise International Gospel’s annual festival are at an advanced stage with organisers releasing the full programme and list of performers. The event, which will be held on Saturday in the Harare Gardens, will be free of charge and will run …

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Baba Harare to stage maiden family gig

Arts Correspondent It will be an exciting family day when man-of-the-moment Baba Harare shares the stage with Juntal at Tanza Centre in Chitungwiza on Sunday. It will be Baba Harare’s first big family show since his song “The Reason Why” – popularly known as “Heti Dzemurara” – became a hit. …

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All eyes on Jah Prayzah as ‘Chitubu’ launch nears

Godwin Muzari Arts Editor On  Friday, many people will be talking about Jah Prayzah’s album launch that takes place at Harare International Conference Centre (HICC). In fact, discussions about his upcoming album titled “Chitubu” are getting topical as music lovers countdown to the day. Jah Prayzah has had successful album …

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High-riding Mai Patai embarks on live shows

Own Correspondent Following the success of her album “Punish the Devil” that is topping the charts on local radio stations, Mai Patai has decided to enhance her return through live shows. She launched the album in her hometown of Gweru at a colourful event and her performance exhibited that she …

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Book of African records readies second edition, mobile app

Arts Correspondent LOCAL publishing house, Book of African Records (BAR) says it is polishing its second edition which could hit the market in the next few weeks. This comes after the first edition, published in 2016, became the pride of Zimbabwe after it became the first ever book adopted by …

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Jah Prayzah to prove point with ‘Chitubu’

Arts Correspondent Jah Prayzah is ready to prove a strong point with his upcoming album titled “Chitubu”. The album will be launched at the Harare International Conference Centre on Saturday and many of his fans are eagerly awaiting the new release. Most of Jah Prayzah’s critics have accused him of …

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Expert engages local artists

At the Gallery ZimTrade has engaged the service of a senior expert from Germany to work with local artists and crafters on export and trade of their artworks and products. The Senior Expert Service (SES) was approached to assist in boosting the qualitative and qualitative output in Zimbabwe’s tangible creative …

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Namupira and his poems of grace

Leroy Dzenga Lifestyle Writer Among the literary avenues utilised in Zimbabwe, page poetry has been among the most common. Used by different thinkers to express their innermost feelings, it is the art that gave the nation legends Mordecai Hamutyinei, Professor Kizito Muchemwa and in the more contemporary sense the likes …

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Queen of Hearts wins with charm and choice

The Epicurean When asked which are the busiest restaurants in Harare, I almost always place on top of the list the popular Queen of Hearts, a multi-purpose venue that never fails to amaze with its constant flow of customers. Situated in Highlands, just off the busy Enterprise Road, it has …

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Shero Awards to celebrate female power

Creative director for successful UK pageants and fashion events that celebrate the African woman Bianca Letwin Maringisanwa popularly known as Bianca Mari is celebrating unsung female heroes on November 2, 2018, at Meikles Hotel. The Shero Gala Awards which will be a black tie and evening gown promises to be …

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