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October 3, 2018 12:21 PM Star studded line up for Makomo gala

Alick Macheso, Sulumani Chimbetu, Winky D, Peter Moyo, Mathias Mhere and Sandra Ndebele are billed to entertain show goers at the Makomo musical gala taking place at the Colliery Stadium in Hwange on Friday evening. Show promoter Eusabia Rayire of Eumo Promotions said all is in place for the event which is now in its eighth edition. The musical gala, a family 9

August 16, 2018 8:30 PM Lindi Marc collaborates with Madam Boss

South Africa-based Zimbabwean gospel songbird Lindi Marc has featured comedian Tyra “Madam Boss” Chikocho and a host of South African artistes on the video of her single titled Faithfulness. The video for the popular single, co-directed by Kross Marcellus Moses and Dafri, also included pupils from the Bophelong Community Independent School, Titanic Dance 21

May 13, 2018 7:31 PM From arts centre to bus terminus: the slow decay and decline of Amakhosi

Regarded as the Mecca of the arts in Bulawayo, Amakhosi was for years a trusted conveyor belt of talent on the local arts scene, with some of Zimbabwe’s top artistes cutting their teeth at the famed cultural centre. Dudu Manhenga, Beater Mangethe, Raisedon Baya, Memory Kumbota, Clive Chigubhu and Sandra Ndebele are just some of the names that have walked 55

December 30, 2017 2:58 AM Ammara Brown returns to Byo with Ammartia album

Rising star Ammara Brown tonight returns to Bulawayo for the first time after releasing her much anticipated album Ammartia which has the hit song Akiliz. Recently opened Red Café will play host to the pint-sized, caramel skinned and talented musician for a once off show just before the New Year.Also sharing the stage with Ammara is Sandra Ndebele, DJs Eugy and Frost 56

August 30, 2017 3:05 AM Beenie Man to redeem himself at carnival

JAMAICAN reggae-dancehall musician Beenie Man, who failed to impress during the Spring Festival over the weekend at Alexandra Sports Club in Harare, has been afforded a chance to redeem himself after the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) roped him into the Harare International Carnival’s free music concert set for September 9. Running under the theme 96

August 27, 2017 6:46 AM Babes Wodumo at One Big Party

Summer is coming. Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for The One Big Party with Babes Wodumo. Alex Sports Club in Harare will be the place to be on September 2 when the “Gqom Queen” lights up the party with her electric dance moves. Since exploding onto the scene with the hit song “Wololo”, Babes – real name Bongekile Simelane – has become a household 103

August 1, 2017 5:02 AM Busy Signal on Zim tour

JAMAICAN dancehall-reggae artiste, Busy Signal touched down at Harare International airport on Sunday for two concerts dubbed Southern Africa Music Arts festival (Sama) that will see him staging his first performance in Bulawayo on Friday before heading to Harare the following day for another act at Glamis Arena. Speaking to NewsDay, the concert partners 17

July 17, 2017 5:47 AM Ngqindi to be appointed traffic safety ambassador

Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development Michael Madanha, has called for praise poet Lerato "Ngqindi" Ndlovu to be made a traffic safety ambassador because he is able to communicate the message of traffic safety effectively through his arts form. The deputy minister was speaking at the launch, in Mpopoma suburb last Thursday, of the Congo 26

June 21, 2017 9:24 AM Zanu PF neglected Cde Chinx

In the court of public opinion, the debate about who deserves the national hero status has always been an emotive one. Rarely do ordinary people agree with the elite in Zanu PF on the conferment of the national hero status because the criterion used by the party’s leadership is not cast in stone. The death of Cde Chinx has been one of the rare cases 30

April 2, 2017 5:30 PM Anger over spot fines hike

Zimbabwean authorities have generated outrage after increasing spot fines by up to 100 percent to try to deter road carnage, to the bemusement and anger of many motorists. Motorists demanded a rollback of that increase to make sure spot fines remain affordable. This comes as Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has just slapped suffering small businesses 32