Macheso dazzles on Ngaibake video

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By Bongani Ndlovu Sungura maestro Alick Macheso this week caught the eye of female music lovers when he featured on Freeman’s Ngaibake music video. Sungura maestro Alick Macheso this week caught the eye of female music lovers when he featured on Freeman’s Ngaibake music video. In a bright yellow summer shirt with floral print, wide brim hat and black jeans, Macheso showed another side of his artistry as he looked the part of a don on the video which was released on Thursday. Women in particular, made an observation of…

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Conversation with Mai Suluma

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Geniuses unleash new standards and set benchmarks to dominate in their area of expertise. Gospel singer Shingisai Suluma They change the industry through their brilliance which inspires, and it is only ignorance that will blind others to notice their magnificence. Zimbabwe has been blessed to have one of the most successful gospel divas, well known for thriving to produce polished acts. She has amassed a lot of awards in the music industry, in 2005 and 2007 at ZIMA she won the Best Female Gospel Artiste of the Year and the…

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Ginimbi targets local tourism

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Flamboyant businessman Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure says the recent opening of his night club Dreams Night Life, formerly Club Sankayi, is meant to promote local tourism. Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure Ginimbi, who is reported to have invested a fortune on the club, said his ‘dream’ is to make the venue a local tourist attraction that attracts various people from all around the country. “I had a dream when I closed up Sankayi, the dream was to have a place that merry makers around the country would want to come and spend some…

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Mungoshi left lots of unpublished works

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By Kundai Marunya The late veteran writer Charles Mungoshi is said to have left lots of unpublished manuscripts, short stories and poetry. This picture collage shows the late novelist, playwright and poet Charles Mungoshi with covers of some of his books The work which his family plans to publish has not yet been quantified. In an interview with Herald Arts, Mungoshi’s son Farayi said the work will be published over time. Related Articles “I will have to check on all works, but there are novel manuscripts, many short stories and…

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When Madzibaba worked with wife at Khiama Boys

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By Nyore Madzianike Sungura musician Nicholas Zakaria’s album launch held in the capital on Tuesday took guests back to the formative days of Khiama Boys when his wife, Magret Gweshe, was part of the band. Nicholas Zakaria and wife Magret Gweshe. — Picture: Takawira Photovet Dapi Zakaria launched his 27th album “Inzwaunzwe” at East Point where he was accompanied by his wife. First to relive days of old Khiama Boys of the 80s was Alick Macheso. Related Articles Macheso said he cherished the old days when he used to work…

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Takura sucked in Mudiwa-Stunner beef

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By Taonga Nyemba The rivalry of between top rappers Stunner and Mudiwa has moved from lyrical to social media rants. Stunner and Mudiwa The latest tiff ensued after Mudiwa made jokes of Stunner’s ghetto of Glen Norah where latter moved back to his mother’s place early this year. The move was met with mixed feelings as some claimed Stunner had hit hard times while the rapper laughed at reports saying he wanted a new environment which can enable him to work freely. Related Articles Mudiwa went on to his Twitter…

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Pauline reflects on tribulations of female singers

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By Godwin Muzari Issues of abuse and neglect of female musicians have been sensitive for a long time and seem to irk songstresses. Songbird Pauline Gundidza To some critics, the issues have been overplayed and tend to portray a crybaby mentality, but such judgments can be suicidal in the realm of gender narratives. Female musicians continue to sing loud and often-times, emotionally about their quest for respect and protection. Related Articles It was same theme that Pauline Gundidza amplified in a recent interview with online show, “The A-List”. Choosing an…

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Model bashed…. suspects foul play

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By Edwin Nhukarume Waterfalls based model Emma Mhembere, who once made headlines for her controversial outfit at the last Changamire Hip Hop Awards, was bashed by three unknown men last Saturday. Mhembere, 20, said she suspected foul play as the hooligans who attacked her were only focusing on her face. “I was attacked by three guys just after leaving home by approximately 7pm last Saturday as I was going out. “I could not identify the faces of the guys and they only went for my face only as they attacked…

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I did not bewitch Marabha – Kapfupi

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By Latwell Nyangu Musician-cum-comedian Freddy “Kapfupi” Manjalima says he has no hatred against fellow artists amongst them Charles “Marabha’’ Merisi who accused the actor of bewitching him. Freddy “Kapfupi” Manjalima says he thanks God for giving him a nice family which comprises a loving and hardworking wife in the form of Precious ‘‘Mai Nga’’ Kabriti and five children. Responding to the allegations made on social media by Marabha, Kapfupi said Marabha was a reckless and irresponsible person who blamed his failures on other people. “Marabha mwana wandakatora, if you want…

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We are sorry: Chillspot

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On Sep 17, 2019 18,949 2 By CHELSEA MUSAFARE Celebrated dancehall and reggae recording company, Chillspot, has apologised for a video clip which went viral on social media last week, showing a young boy chanting dirty lyrics. DJ Fantan and Levels (Picture by TinPo Media) The management admitted that the video was inappropriate. “We have noted with concern the video that has gone viral on social media that was recorded at our Mbare studios. We want to sincerely apologise for any harm that has been caused to the children and…

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