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Zimbabwe: Ghetto’s Birth Pangs for Another Soul Jah Love

By Blessings Chidakwa- When it comes to music, the ghetto never disappoints! The best position a copycat can ever attain in life is two, simple as that, as there is no substitute for originality. Originality and talent purely describe the rare breed Mbare’s greatest dancehall artiste Soul Jah Love, born …

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Zimbabwe: Jane Doka in Feel Good Music Challenge

United Kingdom based Zimbabwean gospel musician Jane Doka, whose 2020 single “Gore reMakomborero” is topping charts across some radio stations and music platforms in Zimbabwe and Tanzania has unveiled a “feel good challenge” aimed at promoting hope and faith among citizens through music. Doka told The Herald Arts that the …

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Zimbabwe: Enzo Ishall Hints On Quitting Music

By Paidashe Mandivengerei Zimdancehall sensation, Enzo Ishall has hinted at plans to quit the music scene this year. The ’50 Magate’ chanter was uncovered by Mbare’s Chillpost Record Label and has been making waves since then. He rose to fame in 2018 with his hit track, ‘Kanjiva’ that dominated the …

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Zimbabwe: ‘My Fashion Is About People and Fun’ – Tocky Vibes

By Faith Katete Zimdancehall chanter Obey Makamure, known as Tocky Vibes, has left tongues wagging because of his latest fashion sense, which some view as weird. Is it a public stunt or like always, a strategy to market forthcoming albums? The “Amai” hitmaker, who recently has caused stir on social …

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Zimbabwe: The Relationship Between Blindness and Musical Talent

OPINION By Fred Zindi Although it has long been observed that children who go blind at a very young age develop musical talents, scientists have reported that visually impaired people are up to 10 times better at discriminating between pitches. However, this only appears to be the case if blindness …

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Zimbabwe: Lions, Leopards Terrorise Villagers

By Precious Manomano More than 20 cattle and 30 goats have been killed by lions and leopards in Pfundundu area of Hurungwe District this year as growing overpopulation of game in protected areas nearby drive animals into human settlements. In an interview Chief Chundu, Mr Abel Mbasera, said villagers in …

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Zimbabwe: Pupils, Teachers Left Exposed as Bulawayo Cuts Schools Water Supplies

PUPILS and teachers at a number of government schools in Bulawayo have been left exposed to communicable diseases after the city council cut water supplies due to failure by the state to settle a $12 million debt. Under the Covid-19 prevention regulations, all schools and other facilities where large crowds …

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Zimbabwe: ZBC ‘Robbed’ Me – Actor

By Sindiso Dube Seasoned actor, director, dancer, choreographer and now musician Ishmael “Litshe” Muvingi feels robbed by the national broadcaster ZBC after he was part of a drama production in 2015. Litshe was the lead actor in a Ndebele drama titled Ezako Mkhakha, which was produced by ZBC and where …

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Zimbabwe: Kae Chaps ‘Juzi’ Hits 1 Million Milestone On YouTube

By Paidashe Mandivengerei Rising Hip hop chanter, Kae Chaps’ emotional track, ‘Juzi’, Monday reached a milestone with a million YouTube views. The single, which has an urban grooves feel to it, was released two months ago and instantly went viral. Upon its release, it captured the hearts of many music …

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Zimbabwe: Kudita Wins Coveted Sony World Photography Award

By Bulawayo Correspondent LOCAL photographer, Duduzile Tamary Kudita has won the prestigious Sony World Photography award in the creative category. According to the World Photography Organisation website, the Open competition category winners were chosen for their “excellent technical, creative skills, and fresh approach to their subject matter”. There were 10 …

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