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Zim author launches book in Dubai

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter United Arab Emirates based Zimbabwean author and song-writer Zvakwana Nomore Sweto successfully launched his book, “Marriage in the 21st Century”, in United Arab Emirates. The book, which will be available in Zimbabwe next week, will also be republished and printed here. In an interview with …

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All set for Gwanda gospel festival

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Arts Reporter Organisers of this year’s edition of the popular Gwanda International Gospel Music Festival have said all is in place for the event. Musicians to take part at the event include Takesure Zamar, Mathias Mhere, Neyi Zimu, Omega, Thinah Zungu and Eric Moyo, among others. As a …

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DJ Stavo ties the knot

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Arts Reporter Forget about South African television personality Minnie Dlamini or Princess Meghan Markle’s fairytale weddings which have been the most talked about nuptials this year. Local top wheel spinner and music producer Steven Sanders, affectionately known as DJ Stavo, married his long-time sweetheart Kudzai Alifa Adams at …

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Genius sparks fresh social media nuclear genocide

Robert Mukondiwa Socialite ‘‘nouveau riche’’ Genius ‘‘Ginimbi’’ Kadungure is really not an interesting character, at face value at least. His face is just about as interesting as sitting down and watching paint dry. Or reading a 1968 edition of the Telephone Directory from Czechoslovakia backwards. Or spending the afternoon with …

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Mhere, Zamar in Gwanda Gospel Festival return

Mirirai Nsingo Popular gospel musicians Mathias Mhere and Takesure Zamar will next weekend return to Gwanda where they are set to perform at the three-day Gwanda Gospel Festival that will be held from October 5-7, 2018. Hosted by Big-Time Strategic Group, the three-day concert will this year run under the …

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Dean’s Victoria Falls is home of singing chef

The Epicurean When young people have dreams, they should be encouraged by everyone around them to achieve all they set out to do, and it is really satisfying and not a little exciting to see the plan unfold and the dream turn into reality. One such dreamer is Dean Jones, …

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Turn up Africa Concert to spice up Carnival

Tsitsi Ndabambi “Celebrating Hopes and Aspirations for a New Zimbabwe” is the theme for the fifth edition of the Harare International Carnival which will this year be held from October 15 ending with the mother of all; the street party on October 20. ZTA chief executive Dr Karikoga Kaseke guaranteed …

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An evening with the ‘Olden’ goal master

Robert Mukondiwa As the sun’s rays start getting a bit lazy on a Friday late afternoon. Everyone knows what is on the sun’s mind. It is a shameless conspiracy with Harare’s night-life loving hordes to make darkness come hastened and allow the party and drinking to start in a city …

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Government needs to be tougher on cholera

Hilda Muchamiri The cholera outbreak in our country has now been declared a state of emergency and rightly so. People have perished and are continuously perishing because of this deadly disease. The Government has put in place emergency legislation which has resulted in the ban of hawking presumably until the …

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Shoko festival kicks off today

The country’s biggest urban culture festival, Shoko will kick off this morning with a series of workshops at Harare City Library. Dubbed Hub Unconference, the all-day new media workshops will have several guest speakers from respected media houses including Aljazeera’s Raheela Mahomed and Facebook’s Lauretta Mtomela among others. The main …

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