November 25

  • Zimbabwe: New Sulu Chimbetu Album Out Friday

    New Zimbabwe

    AFTER keeping his fans guessing and waiting for his newest release, Suluman Chimbetu will release his freshest album on Friday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mudiwa, Nox in Rare Collaboration

    The Herald

    Multi -award winning gospel hip-hop artiste Mudiwa Mtandwa has released a love song called "Shinga" featuring R&B crooner Nox Guni. The song's lyrics, which were posted on... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Sulu Partners Upcoming Artiste

    The Herald

    A lot of surprises are in store at Suluman Chimbetu's album launch at Maestro Restaurant in Highlands tomorrow following revelations that the event will be a double album launch... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimpraise Kids Audition Dates Set

    The Herald

    Popular inter-denominational choir ZimPraise has set the dates for the kids' auditions scheduled for Harare from December 8 to 13. The auditions, which are set to empower children... Read more »



November 24

  • Africa: 'Avoid Stigmatising Africa,' Musician Says As W. Africa Ebola Song Launched

    Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Some of Africa's top musicians launched on Monday an alternative Ebola appeal song to Band Aid's new recording of "Do they know it's Christmas' with proceeds also going to fight... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hip-Hop Awards Date Set

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe Hip-hop Awards will be held on December 17 at the 7 Arts Theatre and organisers have stepped up preparations to make the fourth edition memorable. According to the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Spiritual Reunion

    The Herald

    Founding members of Mbira DzeNharira Tendai "Samaita" Gahamadze and Mawungira eNharira's Wilfred "Nyamasvisva" Maafrika gave a fans a taste of the finest traditional music when the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zima Aftermath - Adjudicators Unmasked

    The Herald

    The recently held Zimbabwe Music Awards left a lot of artists and fans with mixed feelings, especially about the nominees and the final winners with many asking who the judges... Read more »

  • Angola: Perola Returns to Music Market With "Mais De Mim"

    ANGOP

    Four years later, the Angolan singer Perola is back to the music market with ?Mais de Mim " whose official release will take place on 29 November in the largo da Independencia, in... Read more »

  • Botswana: Molapo Piazza Hosts First Event

    Botswana Daily News

    With a mouthwatering line-up of Motswako artists from both South Africa and Botswana, the Motswako Invasion that engulfed Gaborone was surely to be an awesome show and it did not... Read more »

  • Malawi: Timoteo Malawi Drops Single, Featuring Martse

    Malawi24

    Project April Urban Music against abuse activist and musician Timoteo Malawi, real name Timothy Kailedzi, dropped a fresh track over the weekend which features Lilongwe-based... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Thumbs-Up to New Musicians' Union

    The Herald

    The formation of a new musicians' association, called the Zimbabwe Musicians' Union (ZIMU), in July this year came as a breath of fresh air to many musicians. ZIMU replaces the old... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Michael Mahendere Records Live Dvd

    The Herald

    Michael Mahendere, the youngest memnber of the gospel group Mahendere Brothers recorded his second live DVD titled "Getting Closer with God Part 2" on Friday at New Life Temple in... Read more »



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