April 17

  • Literary Postcard - Why Ugandan Pupils Are Better Than Kenyans in Poetry [opinion]

    The Star

    Prof Peter Amuka is a leading literary scholar and folklorist. Recently he lamented that book reviewers concentrate on prose, and avoid poetry. Read more »

  • Oxfam's 'Baby Don't Go' Charity Concert

    The Star

    The Elephant along James Gichuru road, Lavington saw a superb turnout as the Oxfam sponsored 'Baby Don't Go' charity concert took place and broadcast across Kenya, Uganda and South... Read more »

  • Yo Yo Honey Singh to Rap for Miss India

    The Star

    Yo Yo Honey Singh who is currently exploring the West for musical opportunities and has no time at the moment for Bollywood and the Indian entertainment industry is set to make an... Read more »

  • SA Gospel Divas for Judgment Night

    The Herald

    Top South African gospel divas Hlengiwe Mhlaba and Deborah Fraser will be performing at the much hyped "Judgment Night 2" to be held at the National Sports Stadium this... Read more »

  • Harare Carnival Preps Hot Up

    The Herald

    Preparations for the Harare International Carnival have gathered momentum with various stakeholders coming together to launch a clean-up campaign ahead of the prestigious event... Read more »

  • All Set for Arcadia Easter Fun Fest

    The Herald

    It is entertainment galore at "Arcadia Easter Fun Fest" this Sunday featuring Harare's top spinners as well as the best in old skool music. The showcase slated for Arcadia Sports... Read more »

  • Pido Bway Eyes Comeback

    The Herald

    Zimdancehall might be the in thing now, but it has been on the scene for some time. While they were under the urban grooves banner Bootkin Clan, Honey Vibes and Brown Sugar of the... Read more »

  • Redfox Celebrates Fourth Anniversary

    The Herald

    RedFox hotel celebrates its fourth anniversary as a powerhouse in promoting reggae and dancehall in Zimbabwe. The celebrations will be in four parts whereby beginning tonight the... Read more »

  • Aspiring Ward Councillor Promises to Introduce Reading Centres

    Malawi News Agency

    Aspiring Ward Councillor for Lisanjala Ward in Machinga, Charles Mbewe says he will introduce reading centers for standard one to five learners to enable them master reading... Read more »

  • Fireworks At Race Course

    The Herald

    All roads lead to the Borrowdale Race Course where musicians converge for the Independence Concert tonight. Alick Macheso, Suluman Chimbetu, Charles Charamba, Hope Masike, Edith... Read more »

  • Good News for Theatre Lovers

    The Herald

    Rooftop Promotions yesterday called for submissions of play scripts from writers that want their productions to feature at Theatre in the Park when it resumes soon. Read more »

April 16

  • Mukanya Slams Corruption

    The Herald

    Dr Thomas "Mukanya" Mapfumo has slammed those implicated in corrupt activities by virtue of their positions of influence saying they were stealing from the poor. Read more »

  • Usher's Twin Brother Discovered in Nigeria?


    There is nothing as shocking as a striking resemblance of an international act and performer like Usher Raymond. Read more »

  • Tiwa Savage Becomes Maggi Ambassador


    First lady of Marvin Records, Tiwa Savage, must be in high spirits now as her financial muscle expands. Read more »

  • Musicians Speak Out On Kizito Mihigo

    New Times

    ONE OF RWANDA'S renowned musicians Kizito Mihigo has confessed to being involved in terrorist activities. Kizito and three others are accused of planning attacks, with the aim to... Read more »

  • Etona Recognises Artistic Value in Work Developed By Females


    The secretary general of the National Plastic Artist Union (UNAP), António Tomás Ana "Etona", stressed on Tuesday in Luanda that a great labour in artistic work... Read more »

  • Climax Entertainment in Pre-Launch Show

    Malawi News Agency

    Climax Entertainment which was established in 2008 with the aim of building a home for up and coming artists will host a pre-launch show at chez Ntemba in Lilongwe on April 20. Read more »

  • Smash Hit War Horse Gallops Home to SA

    SA Info

    War Horse, the award-winning UK stage production that features groundbreaking puppetry work by Cape Town's Handspring Puppet Company, will make its South African premiere later... Read more »

  • 2014 Int'l Roots Festival Special

    Daily Observer

    This year's International Roots Homecoming Festival celebration is going to be groundbreaking, putting into consideration the preparations towards the celebration, by the Ministry... Read more »

  • Trendy Fashion for the Disabled and for Plus-Sized Ladies

    Gender Links

    Nomcebo Dlamini dresses plus-sized women for a living. She aspires to own a business that will specialise in dressing plus-sized people, especially women as well as disabled... Read more »

  • Writer to Release Book On "State External Policy" On Thursday


    The book on "State External Policy and Diplomacy of the President José Eduardo dos Santos", by the political analyst and writer Belarmino Van-Dúnem, will be released... Read more »

  • God Gift Film Production Premier Slated On 19 April


    God Gift Film production is a movie association that comprises African Actors and Actresses to promote and teach actors and actresse what acting is all about. It is a registered... Read more »

  • King Chambiecco Releases "Ndizamugogoda"

    Malawi News Agency

    Newly signed Prime Time dancehall musician King Chambiecco has released his first single 'Ndizamugogoda." Read more »

  • 'Lack of Promoter Hindering My Album Release'

    Malawi News Agency

    Upcoming R&B and pop artist, Ernest Chinkhungu known by the stage name Creamwine has bemoaned lack of a manager/promoter as the main reason behind his failure to release an... Read more »

  • The Modesty of President Jones

    Daily Trust

    The problem with those of us who have no luck either prefixed or suffixed to our names is that we know nothing about modesty. When Tuface rebased his marriage to the mother of some... Read more »

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