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Suluma jets in for One Voice concert

RENOWNED Zimbabwean gospel singer Shingisai Suluma is expected to touch down at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport today, ahead of the annual One Voice Inter-denominational Concert set for Saturday at the Harare International Conference Centre. BY LIFESTYLE REPORTER In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style yesterday, concert organiser Learnmore …

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Suluma jets in for One Voice concert

RENOWNED Zimbabwean gospel singer Shingisai Suluma is expected to touch down at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport today, ahead of the annual One Voice Inter-denominational Concert set for Saturday at the Harare International Conference Centre. BY LIFESTYLE REPORTER In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style yesterday, concert organiser Learnmore …

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Miss Twins winners get scholarships to study in China

THE inaugural Miss Twins Zimbabwe winners Mitchell and Michaella Chipoyera have won scholarships to study in China as part of their prizes. BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO The scholarships come at a very opportune time for the twins, as they have been struggling to raise money to pay for university education since …

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Take art seriously: Kamupira

NATIONAL Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) instructor Doris Kamupira has urged society to take art seriously and allow children to take up art classes as it helps to critically look at life. BY TINASHE MUCHURI She made the remarks while speaking during a certificate handover ceremony for students who had successfully …

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Dondo reverts to original sounds on new album

RISING contemporary musician Sam Dondo said he has reverted to the original sounds that characterised his debut offering on his forthcoming 10-track album, Maturikwa, set for launch on Wednesday at The Venue in Avondale, Harare. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO The youthful singer makes a return two years after the release of …

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Mahoso reignites love for poetry

ZIMBABWE Media Commission chief executive Tafataona Mahoso has rekindled his love for poetry with a collection that touches on a raft of issues, including love for humanity and the environment. BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO The publication, Rupise: Love, Separation and Renewal, comes 29 years after his anthology Footprints About the Bantustan. …

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Hip-hop awards a circus

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter THE hip-hop fraternity has once again proved it does not learn from its mistakes. The seventh edition of the Zimbabwe Hip-Hop Awards (ZHHA) held at Pabloz Bar in Borrowdale in Harare on Saturday proved just that. It was confusion writ large right from the choice …

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Cindy is new face of Vaida cosmetics

AWARD-winning songbird and entrepreneur, Cindy Munyavi (pictured) has signed a “lucrative endorsement” deal with a local manufacturer of cosmetics Vaida Chemicals to be the face of its range of products. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Vaida Chemicals manufactures a range of cosmetics that includes body lotions, hair food, styling gel, shaving powder …

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A sparkling night for La Fontaine’s diamond dinner

Harare’s La Fontaine restaurant achieved a unique distinction this past week, clocking up a record 60 years’ continuous operational service to diners. It became only the second Zimbabwean restaurant to do so, with The Livingstone Room at The Victoria Falls Hotel — now marking 101 years of service — able …

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Let’s immortalise our heroes

“Some of the designs can make you wonder if the instrument still represents us. “You will only hear with the absence of rhythmic flair that the instrument was adopted,” he said. One after the other, speakers at the Mbira Festival kept asking if enough is being done to ensure that …

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