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Busiswa’s short, sweet romance with Harare

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent In what is now seemingly a trait with South African female artistes, Busiswa delivered a superb but short performance at the Steward Bank Kanzatu-nzatu Charity Benefit Show held at Alexandra Sports Club on Saturday afternoon. The “Gobisiqolo” hitmaker took to stage with a mixed version on …

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Who will be crowned tonight?

Lifestyle Reporter The country’s President has been inaugurated. Lawmakers have been sworn in. Mayors and chairpersons have been elected for urban and rural local authorities respectively. Now is the time for the country’s beauty queen. The wait is over as tonight all roads lead to Orchids Garden in Domboshava for …

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Netflix and Chill kills cinema culture

Kundai Marunya Once one of the spaces for a perfect date, drawing lovebirds to a cuddly suitable dark room and all the pleasure drawn from the excitement and intrigue the big screen brought with it, movie houses are reeling as new technologies continue to draw clients away from cinemas. The …

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TB: Zimbabwe can’t afford a lapse

Mirirai Nsingo Miss South Africa 2018, Tamaryn Green fought tuberculosis against all odds. Despite being a medical student, she was not immune to the ailment. TB, which was once considered a poor man’s disease turned its wings towards the 24-year-old medical student from University of Cape Town who was quoted …

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Hot food in a cool garden setting

The Epicurean The cuisine of the Indian sub-continent is among the most varied, fascinating and delicious in the world, and Harare is fortunate to have a number of good dining venues at which some of these flavours and styles can be enjoyed. Another hallmark of this venue is what can …

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SA act to headline Shoko Festival

Kundai Marunya When we thought we have had enough of South African (SA) acts who have been flocking to Zimbabwe every other week, the annual Shoko Festival has one more on offer. For this second half of the year alone, Harare has hosted Oskido, Nasty C and Shekhinah, with Zahara …

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Another dry concert summer

Leroy Dzenga It is summer time, as is the norm concert posters are about to be pasted on city trees and walls. Local promoters will once again call foreign acts to perform at one of the many sports clubs in the country or the famed conference centre. Yet again, a …

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Joy Centre celebrates third anniversary

Arts Reporter Popular outdoor entertainment joint Joy Centre in Highfield will celebrate its third anniversary on Sunday with a show that features some of the artistes that have performed at the venue over the past three years. Joy Centre has hosted many artistes in an open-air setting that has given …

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Lessons from Peter Moyo’s victory

Arts Reporters Peter Moyo has been the subject of many debates and discussions this week following his victory over the so-called music giants of local showbiz last weekend. It is likely that his show tomorrow night at Miami Nightclub in Sunningdale will attract a capacity crowd since many music followers …

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All set for AFZ charity show

Boniface Chimedza Arts Correspondent All roads lead to the Borrowdale Race Course tomorrow for the glamorous Commander Airforce of Zimbabwe Charity Horse Race and Air Day. Several exciting activities , including horse races and helicopter drills are lined up for the day. Musicians who will be part of the event …

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