September 01

  • Uganda: Chris Brown Endorses Ugandan Designer

    The Star

    With the African fashion industry eyeing more corporates and working hard to maintain a youthful audience worldwide, Ugandan designer Barry Kibwika, the man behind Asst Clothing... Read more »

  • Angola: Vice President Reaffirms Government's Commitment to Promoting Culture


    The Angolan vice president , Manuel Domingos Vicente, Saturday in Luanda reaffirmed that the 2nd National Culture Festival (Fenacult/2014) is part of the Government?s cultural... Read more »

  • Angola: Second Edition of Fenacult Shows Excellence of Angolan Culture


    The holsing of the National Culture Festival (Fenacult) will be used as a showcase of the excellence in Angolan culture, said last Sunday, in Luanda, a member of the event's... Read more »

  • Angola: Conference On Angolan President's Cultural Dimension Kicks Off


    The conference on the cultural dimension of the Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, kicked off this Monday morning, in Luanda, at a ceremony being attended by... Read more »

  • Angola: Conference On Angolan Head of State's Dimension Starts This Monday


    A conference on the Cultural dimension of the Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, will start this Monday, in Luanda, organised by the Ministry of Culture. Read more »

  • Angola: Fenacult Helps Unify National Culture - Minister


    The minister of Culture, Rosa Cruz e Silva, said Saturday in Luanda that the National Culture Festival (Fenacult/2014) represents the reinforcement of the unity of the Angolan... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Of Kings, Prophets and a Monkey

    The Herald

    Musaemura Zimunya's collection of poems "Perfect Poise and other Poems" (1993) explores the analogy that exists between politics and religion on the one hand, and politics,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Rhyme Assasin Establishes Record Label

    The Herald

    United Kingdom-based award-winning rapper Tichaona Monera aka Rhyme Assassin has opened a recoding label called Uncle Rhymes Records in Bulawayo. In an interview with The Herald... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Manyimbiri Exposes the DNA of Corruption

    The Herald

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  • Zimbabwe: Great Limpopo Cultural Fair Ready

    The Herald

    Organisers of the second edition of the Great Limpopo Cultural Fair say everything is now in place for the five-day annual event which roars into life on Thursday. The event which... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Evicted Wins Battle of Bands

    The Herald

    Harare-based band, Evicted, emerged victors in the second edition of the Battle of The Bands that took place at Hellenic Sports Club over the weekend. In the event that was... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Alexio Samples New Album

    The Herald

    Afro jazz crooner, Alexio Kawara, is set to release a new album later this year. The "Shaina" hitmaker made the announcement during his performance at a fully-packed Book Cafe over... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Where Are They Now?

    The Herald

    I am curious to find out what has happened to some music legends of yesteryear. Magical music never leaves the memory. It is the magical music of these legends that I still cherish... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dzimbanhete to Host Mbira Sunsplash

    The Herald

    At least 30 mbira groups are billed to perform at the first ever Mbira Sunplash 2014 scheduled for Dzimbanhete Arts Interactions on September 28. The groups will go into camp on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chihombori Eyes Kenyan Market

    The Herald

    Botswana-based film producer, scriptwriter, actor, author and cartoonist Enock Chihombori is eyeing the Kenyan market for his comic book "Little Hare Stories - Big Trouble at the... Read more »

  • East Africa: EALA Pushes to Promote Culture, Arts

    Daily News

    MEMBERS of the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA) have pledged support towards Bagamoyo Institute of Arts and Culture (TaSUBa) in a move geared towards promoting it to become... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Rwanda Misses Out On Big Brother Africa

    New Times

    Rwanda will have to wait a little longer to feature in the continent's reality show, Big Brother Africa. Read more »

  • Uganda: My Talent Is to Influence Positive Change


    Daisy Hope Ejang, 22 -year old artiste who represented Uganda in the 2013 Tusker Project Fame, speaks Joan Akello about her life before and after the regional competition. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Race for Third Edition of AfricaMagic Viewers' Choice Awards Begins


    AFRICA Magic, in association with Multichoice and proud sponsors, Amstel Malta, is announcing the call to entry for the 2015 edition of the AfricaMagic Viewers' Choice Awards... Read more »

  • Uganda: Healed By the Music Beat [opinion]


    Former street children from Uganda Heritage Roots performing at the Bunyoro Kingdom Palace.How learning music is reforming the rebellious hearts and minds of street children and... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nurturing Young Talents [analysis]

    This Day

    Some of Nigeria's burgeoning young talents are being given the chance to showcase their gifts through the IdeasLagos competition, created to provide secondary school students with... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Wait for the True Story of my Romance Tale with Peter Okoye of P-Square- Munachi Abii


    For most ex-beauty queens, the challenge of sustaining the tempo after their reign has always been difficult. But the story is different for Munachi Abii, former Most beautiful... Read more »

  • South Africa: The First Group of Eight Sing for Your Vote!

    SA Idols

    They got through auditions, they got through theatre week, made the top 16 and now things are starting to get real as they sing for your vote, the hardest judgment of all. This is... Read more »

  • Kenya: Lizz Njagah's Hubby Doesn't Mind Sex Scene

    The Star

    Award-winning actress Lizz Njagah stars in Veve, a movie about power, corruption and the miraa trade in Kenya. In the flick, Lizz -- who is married to filmmaker Alex Konstantaras... Read more »

  • Kenya: Samosa Festival Thrills At National Musuems of Kenya

    The Star

    Film maker Kenny Mann, Film Kenya's Eddie Irura, Samosa Festival director Zahid Rajan and emcee Mwongela Kamencu. Read more »

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