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Nyandoro opens up on showbiz matters

MUSIC management and marketing company, Jive Zimbabwe has succeeded in bridging the gap and strengthen relationships between artistes and music promoters by bringing them together off the stage under one roof to mix and mingle with businesspeople and entrepreneurs through an outdoor monthly concert dubbed One Big Party. By Winstone …

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Tuku’s annual Nyanga concert beckons

Arts Correspondent It is that time of the year again when Oliver Mtukudzi makes a trip to the Eastern Highlands for his annual concert at Montclair Hotel and Casino. Every winter, Tuku makes a date with tourists and golfers that visit Nyanga for the annual golf tournament organised by the …

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Tertiary institutions in battle of minds

MORE than 13 tertiary institutions and members of the public are set to battle for honours at the national debate tournament finals set from tomorrow until Sunday at the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) in Bulawayo. BY SINDISO DUBE One of the organisers of the debate, Nompilo Nkomo …

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Gasa celebrates ‘Code 263’ at Time and Jazz

Arts Correspondent Sungura star Romeo Gasa will celebrate his latest album “Code 263” at his weekly slot at Time and Jazz Café tonight. The musician released his album two weeks ago and it has been doing well on the market since its release. The album presents a different sungura flavour …

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Sharon Manyika back with new album

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Sensational gospel diva Sharon Manyika has emerged with exciting new music ahead of her upcoming album which will be released this year. Manyika, who has been working behind some of the biggest gospel concerts in and outside the country, recently dropped her single titled “Good to …

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Embrace technology to fight piracy: Govt

BY SHARON SIBINDI Mavima made the remarks at the official opening of the Bulawayo Book Fair last week, as publishers decried the piracy scourge. “[Please] strongly look into piracy, as publishers are suffering from piracy. “There are people, who are busy selling our books without our permission, photocopying and selling …

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Mai Titi organises HIV and Aids anti-stigmatisation march

BY ANESU MUSHAWATU The HIV and Aids anti-stigmatisation march comes on the backdrop of Mai Titi’s disclosure she was HIV positive in an emotional video, where she accused her ex-husband of infecting her with the virus and that she suffered stigmatisation at the hands of her mother in-law. Speaking to …

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The wait is over! . . . Macheso releases ‘Dzinosvitsa Kure’

Godwin Muzari Arts Editor “Handei mberi tipe vanhu kudya kwenzeve Isu hazvisi zvedu, isu chedu hubvonga chete Kana tabvonga togadzika vanodya vodya Kushata kana nhapitapi vachadudzira ivo” This stanza from Alick Macheso’s 2003 song “Charakupa” off the album “Zvido Zvenyu Kunyaya” is a deep introspection from a musician who knows that …

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PaDziva to host Freeman’s party

Arts Correspondent Dancehall star Freeman will party with fans at PaDziva outdoor venue near Dzivaresekwa on June 30. The event will be under the banner — “One Big Party”. It will be a big party indeed because Freeman will also be celebrating his birthday. His birthday is on June 22 …

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Mangezi launches beauty products

Vongai Mbara Arts Correspondent Enterprising UK-based Zimbabwean entrepreneur Loveness Mangezi has launched a collection of luxurious sensual products for both women and men. The luxurious collection which offers scented candles, bath salts, massage oils and reed diffusers was launched last week at a glamorous event in Central London with the …

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