Friday, July 21, 2017

Raymond Majongwe now singing praises for Mugabe

Muimbi wedzimbo dzeChimurenga, Raymond Majongwe, osimbaradza vimbiso yake yekuda kubatsira mukuvigwa kwemapfupa evaiva varwi vehondo yerusununguko vakafira munzvimbo dzakasiyana.

Ruvimbo creates unique gospel beat

Ruvimbo says she doesn’t aspire to sound like anyone else, in her music.She has for years striven to create her own unique beat.

Hosiah Chipanga struggling to pay rent

Hard times still haunt sungura musician Hosiah Chipanga: Recent revelations by his former landlords say he was failing to pay rent for the seven-roomed Chitungwiza house he occupies.

Petina Gappah makes the £10 000 Guardian prize

Powerful fictional storytelling dominates the shortlist of this year's Guardian first book award, announced today, which includes works that range from a portrayal of Alzheimer's to a novel that was the subject of a bidding war between 10 publishers

Tearful Gamuchirai Nhengu vows X Factor judges

A tearful Gamuchirai Nhengu stunned the X Factor judges at her audition, which will air in this weekend's opening episode of series seven.

Sistaz open mic:Breaking the shackles of mental slavery 21 Aug 2010

SISTAZ OPEN MIC: Breaking the Shackles of Mental Slavery The Book Café, Harare ,Sat 21 Aug, 2010, 2-5pm

Sizzla to bolster support for Zanu PF in next elections

Controversial Reggae star Sizzla Kalonjie aka Miguel Orlando Collins is in Zimbabwe to stay and there are fears that he will be used to bolster support for Zanu (PF) in the next elections, it has emerged.

Dino to record music album in Botswana

The quest for perfection and uniqueness in his music has forced Rasta-Kwasa musician Dino Mudondo to record his ninth yet-to-be-titled album in Botswana.

Zimwaves scores another penalty for Zimbabwe protest music

When scientists transmitted long-wave radio signals across the world, I don't think they knew that their efforts would benefit so many people today. Their work today has been very instrumental in seeing to it that the communication industry is up to date with internet radio stations playing a very big role in various sectors of society.

Hosiah Chipanga album banned

The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has reportedly banned Hosiah Chipanga’s latest album, Hero Shoko, from being played on all its stations because of alleged political overtones, Standardplus has established.
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