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Today’s Artist: Producer Nico Abote

   I am passionate TV Producer and Social Media Fanatic. Enjoy telling stories visually, editing, photography and anything with adventure in it. I run an Online Web-TV channel www.263africa.tv and produce a number of programs which include Serious Talk, Hezvo (comedy show) and Cross Network TV (CNtv) a Christian based program among …

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Today’s Artist: Author NoViolet Bulawayo

  Author Bio • Birth—1981 • Where—Tsholotsho, Zimbabwe • Education—B.A., M.A., Texas A&M; M.F.A., Cornell University • Awards—Caine Prize for African Writing; National Book Awards “5 Under 35” Award • Currently—lives in California NoViolet Bulawayo (pen name of Elizabeth Zandile Tshele) is a Zimbabwean author and Stegner Fellow at Stanford …

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Today’s Artist: John Chibadura

Obituary With the death of John Chibadura, a year after two members of his group, the Tembo Brothers, the handful of Zimbabwean popular musicians who brought their country’s music bouncing and jiving on to European stages in the Eighties is further reduced. Chibadura was a true working-class entertainer. His job, …

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Today’s Artist: Kudzai Sevenzo

Kudzai Sevenzo was plunged into the limelight after she auditioned for Mnet’s reality TV show, Project Fame in which she was chosen as the sole representative for Zimbabwe. She made it to the penultimate round and shortly after, released her debut album, On a day like this. The debut album …

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Today’s Artist – Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa

Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa (born December 6 1988) also known simply as Prince, is a Zimbabwean African jazz (Afro Jazz) singer, songwriter, producer and musician. Musarurwa was born and raised in Zimbabwe, attending Hatfield Primary School and Churchill Boys High School. Musarurwa’s career began with his family, starting with August Msarurgwa, …

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Today’s Artist: Pah Chihera

Pah Chihera, born Pamhidzai Tracy Mbirimi is a talented and blessed model, singer, dancer, actress and choreorapher.Born and brewed from the Harare Ghetto of Glen Norah, she has been invloved in a lot of competitions from modeling, dancing, acting as from a tender age.She saw herself moving and growing as …

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The Bhundu Boys, Hupenyu Hwangu, live 1987

The Bhundu Boys, Hupenyu Hwangu, live 1987 Jinxed: the curse of the Bhundu boys The Zimbabwean group first flew into Britain 20 years ago, and became stars overnight, world music pioneers who supported Madonna. But their fall was equally dizzying – as tragedy wiped out the band. Founder and survivor …

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