April 27

  • Namibia: Uniting Women in Entertainment

    Namibian

    WOMEN from all spheres of the entertainment industry came together last Thursday for a breakfast aimed at empowering women. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Shell Trains 60 Niger Delta Youths in Arts and Crafts

    Independent (Lagos)

    No fewer than 60 young artists from the Niger Delta have been enrolled at the Prof. Bruce Onobrakpeya Training Centre in Agbarha-Otor, Delta State Delta State for training in arts... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Musician Awarded Motorbike

    Daily News

    A MUSICIAN who sings songs of other artists in entertainment places, Janemerry Suraphel, has been handed over a motorbike by Startimes Tanzania after emerging winner in the second... Read more »

  • Namibia: DStv Launches New Channel

    Namibian

    When it rains great entertainment on DStv, it certainly pours! MultiChoice Africa has announced the launch of a brand new channel, ITV Choice, which will make its African debut... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Exclusive - My Life, Music and Family - Peter Okoye [interview]

    Vanguard

    Multi-talented duo, Peter and Paul Okoye, a.k.a. P-Square, started their rise to fame over a decade ago; starting small, performing on a local scale before making it to the big... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Alexio Dazzles At Book Café

    The Herald

    Alexio Kawara was in a dancing mood last Friday as he exhibited exciting styles during his show at Book Café. He danced with the fans in an energetic performance that... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Age of Ultron' Fails to Live Up to Expectations

    The Herald

    The much-awaited movie "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (AOU), which premièred over the weekend at Eastgate and Westgate Ster Kinekor movie theatres was an upset as it did not live... Read more »

  • Namibia: Nammilk Ads to Debut On Ster Kinekor Screens

    Namibian

    In a bid to promote the use of local products, NamDairies recently launched a new range of adverts for Nammilk, which will be screened at Ster Kinekor before the start of selected... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gearing Up for Hifa Music

    The Herald

    This year's Harare International Festival of the Arts, which is running under the theme 'Articulate', kicks off tomorrow and closes on Sunday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Future of Zim Writing Is Bright'

    The Herald

    Novuyo Rosa Tshuma grew up in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, and has lived in South Africa and the USA. In 2009, she won the Yvonne Vera Award for Short Fiction. Her book, Shadows, was... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Big Nuz Finally Agrees to Come

    The Herald

    South African music group Big Nuz has scheduled two shows in the country next month after cancelling another gig in Bulawayo barely a fortnight ago over xenophobia fears. Read more »

  • Kenya: Hashtag 'Talking Nerea'

    The Star

    Watching Twitter react to the conversation on Sauti Sol's new soulful song - Nerea, I was impressed to note there were women and men bold enough to ask about the lack of Nerea's... Read more »

  • South Africa: Live Show: Voting Only Opens on Friday!

    Big Brother Mzansi

    This week has not only been declared Nonsense Week but Social Media week too. After reaching 500 retweets in two minutes, there was no doubt that Mzansi had unlocked Lungile's... Read more »

  • South Africa: It's Nonsense Week Mzansi!

    Big Brother Mzansi

    Lungile announced on stage that this week is Nonsense week as in Non sense, which means that nothing that happens from Monday to Friday will be real. All nominations will be fake,... Read more »

  • South Africa: Bongi and Khali Have Officially Left the House

    Big Brother Mzansi

    It is the end for new lovers Bongi and Khali. The pair who were so calm earlier and told Biggie that they would not be okay with leaving but would eventually accept it. Earlier... Read more »

  • South Africa: How Mzansi Voted: Week 5

    Big Brother Mzansi

    Ntombi and Ace received 45 percent of the votes, followed by Blue and K2 with 32 percent Mbali and Chelsea received 16 percent, Pumba and Kay got 5 percent and Khali and Bongi... Read more »

  • South Africa: It's All Fake Once Again!

    Big Brother Mzansi

    Everything is fake week and biggie has already started messing up with housemates fake nominations and they had no idea. Since they were in the top five, all of them sassed out... Read more »

  • South Africa: Competition is Becoming Tougher

    Big Brother Mzansi

    Big Brother Mzansi is becoming tougher and tougher with Bongi and Khali leaving the house and now the household is left with five competitive pairs. The game is also tending to... Read more »

  • Kenya: Leadership Change in Victoria Kimani's Label

    The Star

    Victoria Kimani's label, Chocolate City is undergoing major changes. The record label that has signed stars like MI and Ice Prince will have a new CEO come June 2015. Read more »

  • Kenya: Five Clubs Closed in Eldoret

    The Star

    The government has ordered the closure of all underground disco halls and clubs in Eldoret town due to terror-related security threats and health concerns. Read more »



April 26

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