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Mangondo crowned Miss India-Zim

MISS Tourism Zimbabwe 2018 first princess, Natalie Chido Mangondo, has received another feather in her cap after she was crowned the inaugural Miss India-Zimbabwe at a glamorous ceremony held at a Harare hotel on Monday. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Natalie Chido Mangondo The 22-year-old University of Cape Town economics student shrugged …

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14-year-old pupil pens book

A 14-YEAR-OLD pupil at Christian Brothers College in Bulawayo, Mukudzeiishe Madzivire, recently launched his debut short story and poetry collection at the Bulawayo Music Academy. BY JOEL TSVAKWI Madzivire told NewsDay Life & Style that he was driven to pen the book — titled Inscriptions — by the desire to …

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Fascinating insight into sungura origins

ALTHOUGH I grew up exposed more to Leonard Dembo’s music because of my favourite primary teacher, Amon Muzariri, who enjoyed the music so much, I had no idea what genre it was. SOUND TRACK: Tafadzwa Kachiko Those who were in love with music in the early 1980s when the sungura …

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Zim hip-hop awards return to Harare

ORGANISERS of the Zim hip-hop awards have revealed that the current economic meltdown has forced them to return the ceremony to Harare after they had declared that the next three editions of the awards would be hosted in Bulawayo. BY SINDISO DUBE The awards were last year hosted in Bulawayo, …

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Africa and assumptions of global homogeneity as equality

There was a Global Citizens’ Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa last week. At the recommendation of my wife I watched a decent chunk of it on television. A number of the big stars of the North American entertainment industry pitched up and performed very well. All with a lot of …

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