Zimbabwe's Harare Carnival Makes a Return
The Harare International Carnival, which was shelved last year due to funding challenges, will be held this year. The carnival will run from the 1st to the 10th of September. South African socialite Zodwa Wabantu is set to be one of the star attractions in this year's edition when she joins Samba girls from Brazil and Cuban dancers.
Carnival Street party.
New Zimbabwe, 11 August 2017
South African socialite, Zodwa Wabantu, who made headlines last month after she performed wearing a short dress and without underwear at the Durban July Festival, is billed to be… Read more »
The Herald, 9 August 2017
After hosting Congolese rhumba giant Koffi Olomide at an exciting show during last year's Harare International Carnival, organisers of the annual fete are luring Werrason, another… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Name Your Price, Kaseke Asks Jah Prayzah
The Herald, 11 July 2017
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority chief executive officer Dr Karikoga Kaseke is determined to do anything to ensure that Jah Prayzah will be part of the performers pencilled to perform at… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 6 July 2017
The Harare International Carnival, which could not be held last year owing to financial constraints, is back this year after organizers, the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority, clinched a… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Harare International Carnival Returns
New Zimbabwe, 29 May 2017
The Harare International Carnival, which was shelved last year due to funding challenges, will be held this year, Zimbabwean Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi said on Monday. Read more »