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Twists & turns of Madam Boss’ journey

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Lifestyle Writer “I am still a village girl who grew up in Madziva. Not many people know that I was once a housemaid. I started working as a housemaid after completing Grade 7 because my mother who was sick could no longer fend for me. She later …

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Tava warns aspiring theatre practitioners

TOP theatre practitioner Eunice Tava has warned the Robert Mshengu Kavanagh School of Acting students who received certificates at the Zimbabwe College of Music for completing their foundation course early this week of the dangers in the industry, among them sexual exploitation. Tava, who was the guest of honour at …

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Iyasa, Ansicht on new production

INKULULEKO Yabatsha School of Arts (Iyasa) and Austria’s Theatre Ansicht premiered a musical theatre on how to cope with the death of a loved one targeted at young audiences. The act, titled Mozart is Dead, was launched on Saturday in Vienna, Austria, at the Dschungel Wien Theatre for young audiences …

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Bev falls in love with Bulawayo

RAUNCHY dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda, who had temporarily moved to neighbouring South Africa, seems to have fallen in love with Bulawayo as she is making a return to the city for the second time in five months since moving to Mzansi. Supported by her group, the Sexy Angels, Bev will …

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Human trafficking captured on film

A 95-MINUTE-LONG film focusing on how desperate job seekers often fall prey to human trafficking — Boundaries Within — is set to premiere at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe on April 27. The film’s producer, Annie Paradza, said this was her first project designed to educate people on the dangers …

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Four locals tussle for digital award

FOUR Zimbabweans — Komborerai Chapfika, Marvin Madyara, Tafadzwa Hove and journalist Charmaine Chitate — are among the 30 finalists for the Digital Lab Africa (DLA) Pitch Competition with 10 set to be announced winners on April 30. The 10 winners will get R42 000 cash prize and a tailor-made incubation …

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Montclair Easter Funfair Beckons

The annual Easter Funfair returns to Montclair Hotel and Casino next weekend with a galore of activities. The funfair will run from April 19 to 22 with daily festivities for families including entertainment from gospel sensation Janet Manyowa. The “Zadzisa” hitmaker said she is ready for her tour of Nyanga …

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First Lady Receives Humanitarian Award

First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa won the Pan-African Humanitarian Award for her philanthropic work at an awards ceremony held recently in Morocco. The award category is for leaders who have demonstrated high levels of selflessness and commitment to serving humanity and promoting sustainable community development through reaching out and touching the …

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ZIFFT launches Narratives from Zimbabwe

THE Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust (ZIFFT) has partnered with Zimbabwe Heritage Trust to launch the Narratives from Zimbabwe, a project designed to broaden the country’s history and culture knowledge base. Festival director Nakai Matema said the project — which will record the history, culture and social foundation in …

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My mom is behind my success: Tammy

FAST-RISING Afro-pop songbird Thamsanqa “Tammy” Moyo has been on the cruise since storming the local music industry with an irresistible force that saw promoters dashing for her signature. The 21-year-old singer and guitarist has released a string of songs that have won her many fans across the country, setting the …

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