7 December 2012

Zimbabwe: All Roads Lead to City Sports Centre

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Jamaican Reggae legend Capleton.

All roads lead to City Sports Centre tonight where Jamaican dancehall artiste Capleton is expected to thrill the crowd. Capleton, who was expected in the country yesterday, is familiar with the country after he successfully thrilled the crowds in 2010. The dancehall star is expected to share the stage with Winky D, Guspy Warrior and Lady Squander among others.

Aquatic Complex, Chitungwiza

Well charity begins at home and there was no way Alick Macheso would have sampled his fresh from the oven album "Kwatakabva Mitunhu (Kure Kwekure)" elsewhere other than in Chitungwiza, the place that nurtured and groomed him. Macheso will be playing tonight alongside Peter Moyo and Manicaland-based music outfit Assegai Crew.

University of Zimbabwe

Tomorrow, the University of Zimbabwe will play host to a family fun-filled day organised by Buy Zimbabwe. The event will see musicians such as the chanter Shinso, diva Cindy Munyavi, the maverick Mudiwa, controversial hitmaker Stun-ner and Star FM DJs entertaining the crowds.

Guzha Beer Garden, Chitungwiza

Chitungwiza will have a feel of raunchy dances from dancer of the moment Beverley "Bev" Sibanda when she descends on Guzha Beer Garden at Chikwanha Shopping Centre. The pole dancer, who has been concentrating her act in Matebeleland in recent weeks, will surely entertain her dance-starved fans.

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Zimbabwean music lovers living in the UK will have a rare opportunity to see one of their own in action tonight as Sulumani Chimbetu and Orchestra Dendera Kings will perform in Nottingham tonight.

The musician, who is on tour in the English country, has already performed in Coventry and Leicester.

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