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Mukanya: Return of the Lion of Africa

Of course, the news of Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo to Zimbabwe has generated such a buzz my media colleagues Tuso and Kamangeni have vowed to drive all the way to Harare […]

Winky D epitome of maturity in arts

The measure of just how local musicians are doing materially is perhaps exemplified by the recent album launch of Winky D (born Wallace Chirimuko), the bonafide king of Zimbabwean dancehall. […]

Zim video gets international recognition

A video production entry by the vice-chairperson of the recently minted Southern Filmmakers Society Kudzai Chikomo and his associates Mark Greenland and Alexander Mhlanga, has been selected for the Its […]

. . . Ammara mourns the African icon

Before his death, Hugh Masekela was frequenting Zimbabwe and had collaborations with a couple of local artistes. He may have been bidding his farewell to the land of his ancestors. […]

Arts sector needs partnerships

Casting my eyes upon the horizon at the start of this year, my hope is that the arts and culture sector will fare much better than in 2017, given the […]

Zim teen steals singing contest limelight

For an industry that feeds on youthful exuberance, good looks and the adulation of millions of screaming teenage girls, the organisers of a United Kingdom singing contest, The Voice, must […]

Harnessing culture to cement society

A society’s normative ideas and values inform the discourse in every sphere of life, from the economy to culture. The hope with this piece is to contribute a perspective about […]

‘Future is bright for Zim productions’

On the back of the recently held DStv content summit in Bulawayo at Mpala Conference Centre, IndependentXtra’s Admire Kudita (AK) snagged an exclusive interview with Multichoice Africa’s head of content […]

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