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Mind Games for Golden Fox Awards

LOCAL award-winning thriller Mind Games has been nominated for the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival’s (CICFF) second annual Golden Fox Awards set for Calcutta, India this month after it was nominated the Best Narrative Feature in 2017. BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO Each month, over 50 films from different categories are selected …

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Versatile Tryson proves his mettle

DENDERA crooner Tryson Chimbetu who, for the better part of his elementary music time, stuck to the original dendera beat and message, has carved a new niche that offers a well-woven offering with a different beat. SOUND TRACK: Takemore Mazuruse Tryson Chimbetu The eight-track album, Kana Mazogara, is a stubborn …

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Respect my private life: Andy Muridzo

CONTEMPORARY musician Andy Muridzo, whose marriage has hit a rocky patch, has pleaded with his fans to stay away from his private life following his estranged wife Chido “Mai Keketso” Manyange’s decision to file for divorce. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO In happier times, Andy Muridzo and wife Mai Keketso Muridzo, who …

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Freddy to ‘anoint’ Baba Harare launch

Musician Baba Harare has turned to Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder Tapiwa Freddy to anoint his third 10-track album set for launch this Friday at Foodnest Restaurant, Longcheng Plaza Mall in Harare. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Famed for his “spiritual spectacles”, the man of cloth will be the guest of honour …

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New book depicts life in a foreign land

Walter Mswazie in MasvingoA South Africa-based Masvingo author has written a novel, “In the Black Dawn: More than a Decade and half in Eclipse”, which depicts the hardships experienced by undocumented immigrants in South Africa. Owen Mapuranga(30) of Zaka, who is also a Local Governance Studies Honours degree graduate with …

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Baba Harare faces tall order

Godwin Muzari Arts EditorBaba Harare has a tall order.The musician – born Braveman Chizvino – was one of brave sailors that jumped off Jah Prayzah’s ship in the face of a storm that hit the Third Generation voyage a couple of years ago. His first album as a solo navigator …

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Skies Metro FM reshuffles presenters

BULAWAYO’S sole private radio station, Skies Metro FM has shuffled its presenters in a new set up that took effect yesterday; a move aimed at bringing diversity to its programming. BY NKULULEKO SIBANDA The radio’s station manager, Godwin Phiri, told NewsDay Life & Style that listeners should gear themselves for …

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Political situation affects arts gallery

THE political situation in the country has reportedly affected business at the National Arts Gallery of Zimbabwe (NAGZ) in Bulawayo,with the number of visitors to the city dropping massively following the July 2018 harmonised elections. BY SHARON SIBINDI In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style, Bulawayo’s NAGZ assistant curator …

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Buffalo Souljah back to his roots

Lianne Ndemera Arts CorrespondentSouth Africa-based dancehall star Buffalo Souljah has retraced his steps to team up with his childhood friends in Mufakose for a video titled “Svosvisvo”. The video is being shot in Mufakose and the singer said he is doing the project to show that he has not forgotten …

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New TV game show on cards

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts ReporterA new local television family game show dubbed Tamba 263 is set to première and air on ZBC television soon. The show, which is a brainchild of upcoming television producer Chiedza Caroline Chitehwe, is a fun-filled social entertainment show with contestants collaborating or distracting each other …

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