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.
Zimbabwe protest singer cum activist Viomak has officially released two songs from her soon to be officially released eight track music album called Child Abuse.The child sexual abuse album which is the first of its kind in Zimbabwe will see Viomak spreading her musical and activism wings to focus on the social issues gripping her country in addition to...
Congratulations go out to Mufaro Chakabuda The East Coast nominee for the Prestigious National RBC women of influence start up Award 2010.
The show for 21st Century girls and women : Muzvare Betty Makoni Show is the brainchild of Simba Nyanhanga who runs the Zimonline Radio.
Sungura maestro Alick Macheso’s marriage boat has hit stormy waters following revelations that he will soon take a second wife.The artiste confirmed there was a new love in his life, 28-year-old Tafadzwa Mapako. For both Alick and Tafadzwa this will be a second marriage.
London is arguably the multicultural centre of the world where its renowned tolerance and respect for people of all races and faiths are central to its continued success and dynamism.
Zimbabwean Exeter University student Tino Mavimba has never had a singing lesson and could only include the shower as her stage until she moved to the city.Tino beat thousands of other hopefuls to a place in the regional finals of Open Mic UK.
Professor Wole Soyinka has announced that Will Smith Look-alike, written by Deborah Asiimwe of Uganda, is the winner of the annual BBC World Service African Performance playwriting competition. BBC World Service first began airing African drama 50 years ago, in 1960. In 1971, BBC World Service for Africa launched a playwriting competition, now known as African Performance, and invited its...
For six years, The X Factor has been Saturday night TV's ratings powerhouse, courting controversy and criticism with each new series. Accusations of miming, unfair editing and shabby treatment meted out to hopefuls have all been lobbed at the programme.