April 14

  • One Hour Special Could Be Special


    FOR art enthusiasts who find themselves just about living at the Warehouse Theatre in never-ending installments of Spoken Word, Free Your Mind and Song Night, 1 Hour Special seemed... Read more »

  • I Am Proud To Be Nigerian, Says Hollywood Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor

    Premium Times

    A London-born Nigerian Hollywood star, Chiwetel Ejiofor, on Friday said he was proud to be identified as a Nigerian. Read more »

  • D'banj, Femi Kuti, Victoria Kimani, Others in a New Video


    Top Nigerian music stars have joined other artistes from across the country for the video of a social awareness campaign in support of agriculture tagged, Cocoa na Chocolate. Read more »

  • Celebrity Lies that Became Truths


    For one reason or other, our celebrities seem to think they can take us for a ride whenever, however and wherever they want. And that includes telling us all sorts of lies, either... Read more »

  • Sun Sets On Sungura?

    The Herald

    It appears Zimbabwean dancehall music has virtually overtaken sungura if the Chipaz 10th anniversary celebrations are anything to go by. For starters, the three-day 10th... Read more »

  • Lupenga Crowned Chef of the Year

    The Herald

    African Sun chef David Lupenga is this year's master chef after winning the Zimbabwe Home and Garden Chef of the Year competition that was held in Harare recently. Read more »

  • Reliving the Cold Comfort Farm Society

    The Herald

    GUY CLUTTON-BROCK is the only white man to be declared a national hero by the Government of Zimbabwe, exemplifying his remarkable and extraordinary life dominated by a quest for an... Read more »

  • Is Lady Squanda a Brat?

    The Herald

    It was a noble idea for Cindy Munyavi and Clare Nyakudjara to come up with the concept "KuMabhebhi" which seeks to unite all the female musicians by giving women-only performances... Read more »

  • Zim Literature Scene in Need of Digital Overhaul

    The Herald

    The digital revolution is in vogue. Information and communication technologies are vastly effacing traditional life patterns. It is a virtual new world. The orbit of the hourglass... Read more »

  • Chiyangwa Sends Audience Into Laughter

    The Herald

    Philip Chiyangwa had the audience virtually in stitches of laughter when he spoke of how he started out as a music promoter. "Michael Jackson came to Zimbabwe through Chiyangwa and... Read more »

  • National Gallery a National Treasure

    The Herald

    On Saturday of April 5, 2014, Harare saw many art lovers going to the National Gallery of Zimbabwe Fundraising Dinner. This Black Tie Masked Ball was under the title, "National... Read more »

  • Street Party Soul of Harare Carnival

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority has urged people to participate in various carnival activities slated for the second edition of the Harare International Carnival that takes place... Read more »

  • Young Igwe's Manager Bashed

    The Herald

    Sungura musicians Leonard Zhakata and controversial singer Jacob Moyana of the "Munotidako" fame became the centre of attraction at the much publicised Sungura Night at Gwanzura... Read more »

April 13

  • Theatre Review - Pale, Male and Derailed [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    Paul Slabolepszy's early-nineties play Pale Natives captures some of the anxieties of the era's white males, but its delivery is a little disappointing - save for some superb... Read more »

  • HM the King Offers Condolences to Family of Late Amazigh Singer


    HM King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolences and sympathy to the family of the late Amazigh singer Abdelaziz Chamkh. Read more »

  • Music Show Conducted Honoring the Late Sudanese Artist Mohammed Wardi


    A music show has been conducted on 12 April at Cinema Roma honoring the late Sudanese legend artist Mohammed Wardi. Read more »

  • Winky D Snubs Circumcision Shows Over Jah Prayzah

    New Zimbabwe

    POLITICS and petty jealousies among Zimbabwe's top, young musicians currently being used by the Population Services International (PSI) to lure male youths to get circumcised, is... Read more »

  • Samba Dancers to Grace Carnival

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Zimbabweans will finally get a chance to see the famous Brazilian Samba dancers next month when they visit the country for the Harare International Carnival. Read more »

  • The Wilson Katiyo Literary Estate

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Wilson Katiyo's last novel Tsiga was left unfinished and unpublished at the time of his death in 2003. Read more »

  • Mbuya Nehanda, Sekuru Kaguvi At Hifa

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Preparations for the Harare International Festival of Arts (Hifa) are gaining momentum as artists make final touches on their performances. Read more »

  • I'd Rather Be Miserable Than Be in a Relationship... - Yvonne Okoro


    Voluptuous beauty, half-Nigerian, half-Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Okoro, isn't exactly the kind of damsel you would think is in distress. She has nothing on her to cut that image and... Read more »

  • I Avoid Some Female Fans Like the Plague - Timi Dakolo [interview]


    Timi Dakolo came into limelight after he won the maiden edition of Idols West Africa several years back. Since then, his life and career have taken a turn for the better. Recently,... Read more »

  • Kondoa - Journey Back in Time

    EA Business

    Resonant and echoing is the discription that comes in mind when I looked at the Kondoa Irangi rock paintings. The exact number of sites is uncertain but estimated at or more 300... Read more »

  • Art for Creating a Positive Society

    EA Business

    They say art is the ability to express oneself. Some have done this through painting, poetry, music, dance and drama. With time more genres of art have been explored. This is ample... Read more »

  • Ntale Leads in Buzz Awards

    EA Business

    Swangz Avenue's Irene Ntale leads the nominations for this year's Buzz Teeniez Awards, sponsored by Mountain Dew, with six nominations. Read more »

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