November 21

  • Gambia: Gambia Set for 'No to Back-Way' Concert

    Daily Observer

    The embassy of the United States in Banjul, is hosting a mega concerts dubbed 'No to Back-Way', this Saturday at the Penchami Hall at the Paradise Suites Hotel. Read more »

  • Gambia: Gramps, Peetah Morgan in Gambia Charity Concert

    Daily Observer

    Two of Jamaica's most respected dancehall stars of all times- Gramps and Peetah from the world famous Morgan Family Band are expected to stage a mega charity concert in the Gambia... Read more »

  • Gambia: Artenola Set to Launch Album

    Daily Observer

    Fast rising star- Artenola is set to launch his 'Dem beh Jeeh' album this Saturday at the Alliance Francis. He is expected to be backed by the Humanity and according to him, the... Read more »

  • Gambia: All Roads to 'Dem Beeh Jeeh' Album Launching

    The Point

    All roads lead to Artenola Gambia's album launching; a young rising rap and Afro-Manding artiste, whose album, 'Dem Beeh Jeh', will be launched on 22nd November, 2014 at the... Read more »

  • Gambia: MANFOPA Warms-Up for Second Reggae Music Festival

    Daily Observer

    The Mandingmorry Foundation for Performing Arts (MANFOPA), is bracing up for its second edition of reggae music festival slated for 28th of November 2014. The programme is expected... Read more »

  • Botswana: Bus Rank Anafiki's Bread Basket

    Botswana Daily News

    Gaborone Bus Rank is a beehive of activities from vendors selling their products all over the place, to taxi drivers shouting at the top of their voices to attract customers, and... Read more »

  • Kenya: Jaguar - I Did Not Pay Iyanya for Collabo

    The Star

    Music artiste, Jaguar, did not pay any money to collabo with Nigerian hot shot Iyanya. Read more »

  • Kenya: David Gitari's Autobiography a Must-Read for Pan-Africanists [opinion]

    The Star

    Title: Troubled But Not Destroyed - The Autobiography of Archbishop David Gitari Read more »

  • Kenya: Chameleone Bags Millions in Kenyan Shot Reality Show?

    The Star

    Visiting Ugandan stars Jose Chameleone and Maurice Kirya were in town this past week to shoot a reality TV show. They were joined by Kenyan music icons like Eric Wainaina, Nameless... Read more »

  • Botswana: Botswana Takes Part in Threatre Congress

    Botswana Daily News

    Botswana took part for the first time in the World Congress of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) held in Yerevan, Armenia. Read more »

  • Kenya: Is Kenyan Theatre All Fun but Low Pay?

    The Star

    A decade ago, theatre companies in Kenya were closing shop over low box office takings. Now they are clamouring for space to stage their plays. They must be doing something right,... Read more »

  • Kenya: Skal Dinner and Dance

    The Star

    Skal International Kenya turned its monthly lunch meet up into a colourful cocktail dinner at the Nairobi Serena Hotel last Friday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Simeti at 40 Gig Cancelled

    The Herald

    The much anticipated Joyce Simeti 40th birthday bash scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed because the musician is not feeling well. The event that was being organised by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mbira Dzenharira, Mawungira Re-Unite for Bira

    The Herald

    The country's most talented Mbira outfits, Mbira DzeNharira and Maungira eNharira make a rare collaboration on stage as they join forces for the Bira reMukwerera show scheduled for... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Macheso in Farewell Show

    The Herald

    Alick Macheso will tonight bid his fans farewell at a show at Ice and Fire Pamuzinda ahead of his tour of South Africa next week. The sungura master will share the stage with Peter... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Double Celebration At Junction 24

    The Herald

    It will be a double celebration at Junction 24 along Harare-Chitungwiza highway when the joint hosts Jah Prayzah for a family show on Sunday. The joint will be celebrating its... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Artists Expand Scope

    The Herald

    Today the modern visual art world has been infested by numerous fine art practitioners turning into performing artists especially at official exhibition openings. Regularly it used... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: New Home of Old Skool at Aquarium

    The Herald

    When popular disc jockey Kelvin Sifelani takes to the turntables, there can only be one sound, the sound of old skool. Crowne Plaza's Aquarium Pub and Lounge Bar (formerly Aquarium... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ink Edward's New Single, 'Give Am' Gets Overwhelming Downloads

    Vanguard

    A.N.I Entertainment recording artiste, Brian Toritseju Edwards popularly known Ink Edwards has not been resting on his oars since he gained attention of music lovers with the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Govt Pledges to Boost Economy Through Entertainment

    Independent (Lagos)

    For the umpteenth time, the Nigeria Government, under the leadership of President Goodluck Jonathan, has promised to boost the nation's economy through entertainment. Read more »

  • Kenya: Holiday Club for Thika Pupils

    The Star

    A child protection organisation yesterday launched an initiative to get urban learners off the streets during the festive season. Read more »

  • Nigeria: I Need a Helpmeet, Not a Rich Lady - Harrysong [interview]

    Independent (Lagos)

    Five Star Music superstar, Harrison Tare Okiri, better known as Harrysong, has come to stay in the music industry. The Delta-born musician, who just finished the remix of his... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Fanfare at Aguata Festival [analysis]

    This Day

    The natives of Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State who are resident in Lagos, recently trooped out in colourful outfits to celebrate their culture and to honour their... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Oguntokun Returns to Agip Recital Hall With Redd Riding Hood

    Guardian

    REDD Riding Hood is the new offering from Wole Oguntokun's Renegade Theatre. After a successful outing with Jagua Nana at MUSON Music Festival 2014 last month, indefatigable... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Activating Changes in Nigeria's Music Landscape Though Mobile APPs

    Guardian

    MAVIN'S First Lady, Tiwa Savage, Nigeria's own John Legend, Praiz, and Skelewu crooner, Davido are among popular performing artistes in Nigeria today. Understandably, their songs... Read more »

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