Thursday, July 27, 2017

Zimbabwe banned musician to release Operation Matibili album for Mugabe’s 87th birthday

As the political crisis in Zimbabwe continues to take a devastating effect, renowned controversial anti-Mugabe protest singer cum activist Viomak is not giving up.

Mufaro Chakabuda nominee for National RBC Women of Influence award

Congratulations go out to Mufaro Chakabuda The East Coast nominee for the Prestigious National RBC women of influence start up Award 2010.

State broadcaster admits censoring music

The state-owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings (ZBH) – formerly known as Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) – has admitted that it censors music that “contains provocative political statements”.

Mukanya revisits Chimurenga classics

Acclaimed Chimurenga musician Thomas "Mukanya" Mapfumo will release his first ever DVD this coming week as part of an ambitious programme of repackaging his work, in the archives for ages now.

Has top actress fallen on hard times down South?

Former Zimbabwean television actress, Anne Nhira, has scoffed at rumours doing the rounds in South Africa and back home that she is struggling with ill-health and joblessness.

Gospel singer Olivia Charamba secret love child exposed

It’s a question that has long dogged the First Family of Gospel Music. It threatens to tarnish the spotless social record Olivia and Charles Charamba hold as a pious couple

MDC women launch music Album

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) women in the province have launched a 10 track musical album titled Takasangana Nezvakawanda aimed at reminding the Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai to remember the people who suffered with him for the past 10 years.

MDC MP arrested for playing anti-Mugabe song

Stewart Garadhi an MDC legislator has been arrested for allegedly playing a song that denigrates Robert Mugabe, on his car radio.

Protest singer demands donation after UNICEF goodwill ambassador praises Mugabe

Zimbabwe protest singer cum activist and one of Mugabe’s most prominent musical critics Viomak, has described UNICEF goodwill ambassador Yvonne Chaka Chaka’s recent statement as “insensitive and inconsiderate” after Zimbabwe’s state paper the Herald, reported on 18 June 2010 that Chaka Chaka had described Robert Mugabe as the "most handsome man in Africa".

Album on Susan Tsvangirai released

An all female quintet calling itself Veneka Sisters has released an album in commemoration of the late Mrs Susan Tsvangirai, who died in a car accident in March.
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