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Artistes hold inaugural dancehall summit

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent It has taken over two decades for the local reggae dancehall — popularly known as Zimdancehall — stakeholders to finally come together and deliberate on how to sink their roots in the local art industry, expand their horizon and develop a business model that sustains artistes. …

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Madzitatiguru wins Lafarge poetry slam

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent As has become the norm popular poet Tendekai Tati (real name Madzitatiguru) walked away $800 richer after winning the Lafarge Poetry Slam. Madzitatiguru is an urban poet who is now mocked by his friends as the former president Robert Mugabe who hung on to power for …

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Seh Calaz consoles Mai Titi

Controversial dancehall musician Seh Calaz (real name Tawanda Mumanyi)’s song ‘Zvichanaka’ seems to have caused tension between him and comedian Mai Titi whom the song was dedicated to. The song meant to console Mai Titi after her Facebook breakdown making claims that her ex-husband was abusive and had also infected …

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Boss Kedha in new television series

Arts Correspondent Most people know him for his great humour working with PO Box TV as the famed Boss Kedha, a role that has put him on the spotlight in local comedy. But to begin with, Rolland Lunga has always been a talented filmmaker having studied the art at the …

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Artistes throng Coco weAfrica launch

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Celebrated artistes thronged Coco weAfrica (formerly known as Coco Master)’s debut EP, ‘Follow Me’ launch at Club 1+1, Longcheng Plaza, Belvedere. Though fairly attended, his colleagues, among the Bryan K and Nutty O warmed the stage for the artist who also had so much to prove …

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Majestic high tea, fashion and ballet

Tsitsi Ndabambi The famous Stewart Room at the Meikles Hotel boasted of a totally different set up as it looked like one of the queen’s Regal tea parties. HRM Elizabeth Regina was not around although it was coincidentally around the time of her birthday. But other things were there. Like …

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Garfunkels has busy, buzzy urban feel

The Epicurean Llew Hughes is one of Harare’s longest-serving restaurateurs, having started his first dining establishment restaurant back in 1979. Almost 40 years on, he is still in the game and has recently embarked on an exciting new culinary venture, called Garfunkels Grill, set in the trendy ambience of Harare’s …

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Godmother Uzillah emancipating women

Tsitsi Ndabambi and Mirirai Nsingo The ancient tales of godmothers who rescued and transformed girls from rags to riches with their magic wands or the Biblical angel who changed the Virgin Mary into the mother of the King of Kings still exist in this era. The stories are always different …

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‘Western lifestyles increasing cancer risk’

Paidamoyo Chipunza Seventy-year-old Joseph Gunduza from Karoi walks into the radiology and oncology centre housed within Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals seeking treatment for stomach cancer, which he was diagnosed of a year ago. Gunduza’s diagnosis followed unending visits to health institutions fromKaroi to Karanda and now Parirenyatwa Hospital, sadly with …

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