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Choreographer in sanitary pads fundraiser

Through his God-given talent, Muguhu has decided to give his skills to society for free.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 22, 2022

Mhere in anti-drug concert

According to the World Health Organisation, nearly 50% of Zimbabwean youth are said to be abusing drugs.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 23, 2022

Chipawo empowers youths with disabilities

“Creative Corridors has been pitched to foster the Zimbabwean society’s broader recognition and inclusion of children and young people living with disabilities.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 28, 2022

Chillspot Recordz churns out culture riddim

The riddim that loosely translates to a bracelet and anklet, features local and Zambian artistes.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 28, 2022

Katedza eyes Africa Movie Academy award

Zimbabwean filmmakers are making great strides through their productions that have continued to penetrate international platforms
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 29, 2022

Shoko Fest: A platform to uplift talents

SHOKO Festival director Farai “Comrade Fatso” Munroe says the COVID-19 pandemic was a blessing in disguise as it gave them new ideas on how to improve the hosting of the annual urban culture jubilee.
By Winstone Antonio and Rejoice Phiri Sep. 29, 2022

Call to Worship returns post-COVID-19

AFTER a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Call to Worship Global conference makes a return next month.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 30, 2022

Kumbota tackles climate change through film

These include Eve Enslar’s Vaginal Monologues and Africa and Garden of Dreams.
By Rejoice Phiri Sep. 30, 2022

Comedy Roast Show opens space for political discussion

The show started with a pre-roast from Munya and Kadem The Comic who warmed up the audience. 
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 3, 2022

All set for inaugural Nyanga culture fest

The festival, being organised by Nhimbe Trust and partners, will run under the theme Cultural Heritage Tourism and Climate Change
By Rejoice Phiri and Tendai Sauta Oct. 4, 2022

Curtain finally comes down on Chibuku Road to Fame

The competition ran under the theme Jambisa Asingajambe! Vusa Abelele.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 4, 2022

Macheso unleashes Kutadzirana video

In the video, Macheso displays various ups and downs that life offers to humanity.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 5, 2022

Local creatives vie for African awards

Chitewe was nominated for Women in Business Awards in 2021, which were held in South Africa. As a make-up artist, she has worked with different individuals and prominent Zimbabwean celebrities.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 6, 2022

Jacaranda music fest unites artistes

SINCE its inception about four years ago, the annual Stanbic Jacaranda Music Festival has become an important event on the local showbiz calendar.
By Winstone Antonio and Rejoice Phiri Oct. 7, 2022

Mkhaya embarks on mini-Sadc tour

Born on October 19, 1974, Mkhaya rose to fame from being a member of the award-winning vocal trio, Insingizi. He now frontlines The Band.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 7, 2022

Chris Martin to meet fans in ghetto

On Freeman’s 13-track album titled David & Goliath, Chris Martin is featured on the track Zimbabwean Queen.
By Bridget Mavhimira and Rejoice Phiri Oct. 7, 2022

Lalla finds shelter at Khox Entertainment

She has collaborated with one of the top Mzansi singers Ntoshi Gazi famed for the hit song John Vuli Gate on a track titled Siyaphana Asijoli.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 8, 2022

A night of glitz, glamour at The PiChani

The PiChani featured a fashion show by Zimbabwean award-winning designer Haus of Stone and a live mannequin exhibition by Bulawayo-based top visual artist Neville Starling.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 12, 2022

AGV takes film screening to community

AGV was launched in 2021 to raise awareness, educate communities, bring hope as well as equip girls with digital storytelling skills.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 14, 2022

Chikazha finds niche market for wire, bead artefacts

It was quite challenging in the beginning to balance my art and being involved in music
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 15, 2022

Returning braai fest comes of age

The stage set up was world class and advanced in terms of lighting and sound projection.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 17, 2022

Zim filmmakers scoop Bioskop awards

“The short film Exodus was created with no voice overs, no conversation, just visuals, music and sound effect. It displays how sound effect alone can provoke and narrate emotions.”
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 19, 2022

Jah Prayzah, Makhadzi quench fans’ thirst

One of the concert co-ordinators Dee Nosh said the stage was set for the concert, urging fans to come in their numbers.
By Winstone Antonio and Rejoice Phiri Oct. 21, 2022

Shamex speaks on producing Freeman’s David & Goliath’s album

NewsDay Weekender caught up with one of the album’s producers, Ngonidzashe Blessing “Shamex” Shamudzarira (29).
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 22, 2022

Chakamuka pens fictional novel

In the novel, the author takes the readers on a journey exploring her fictitious mind and aligning supernatural factors in this modern world.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 25, 2022

Search for Zuri Africa Zim queen reaches climax

The programme of the day will fuse culture, beauty and brains to create the idea of a unified Zimbabwean cultural brand.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 26, 2022

Mapiye launches career with single

After a crucial introspection, Mapiye considered penning the song Nhamo that expresses hardships faced by those growing under difficult conditions.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 27, 2022

David & Goliath: Dancehall doctor’s medicine for fans

Freeman understands what it is like to be acknowledged as a growing artist.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 28, 2022

Chics’ Galaxy: Chindiya builds brand through fitness

As a fitness trainer, Chindiya has managed to work with big corporate brands and bagged ambassadorial roles.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 30, 2022

Jakwara film competition to unearth new talent

The competition is calling on new filmmakers to submit original short films with a maximum duration of 10 minutes that showcase originality, unbridled imagination and entertainment.
By Rejoice Phiri Nov. 1, 2022