Minister Coventry flies into arts storm
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Minister Coventry flies into arts storm

Mtandazo Dube and Zandile Zaza Ndlovu THE arrival of President Mnangagwa’s refreshing Cabinet has given…

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Focac should spur African cohesion
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Focac should spur African cohesion

Last week’s Forum on China-Africa Co-operation in Beijing brings to the fore the need to…

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Zee back to cook up a storm . . . using traditional dishes to nourish tourism
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Zee back to cook up a storm . . . using traditional dishes to nourish tourism

IN 2013, after five years as the go-to place for that irresistible, healthy African dish,…

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The phenomenal rise of Jah Signal
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The phenomenal rise of Jah Signal

HIS signature leaps that sometimes see him hang on the trusses of a stage or…

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Koffi, Charly Black arrive this week
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Koffi, Charly Black arrive this week

GONE are the days when elections in Zimbabwe meant travel warnings, cancellation of gigs and…

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Sankayi: Where the  rich, famous hang out
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Sankayi: Where the rich, famous hang out

THE big bright light that illuminates Harare’s skyline is nothing new — Devine Assignments gave…

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JP single, Miss Sankayi and Infinity Sound
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JP single, Miss Sankayi and Infinity Sound

ON July 29, a day before the harmonised elections are held, Club Sankayi hosts Swedish…

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JP single, Miss Sankayi and Infinity Sound
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JP single, Miss Sankayi and Infinity Sound

ON July 29, a day before the harmonised elections are held, Club Sankayi hosts Swedish…

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Let’s tell our own stories
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Let’s tell our own stories

Freedoms have returned to Zimbabwe, and no subject is taboo anymore. Plays such as “1983…

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The growing menace  of ‘mamonya’
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The growing menace of ‘mamonya’

“MAMONYA akatikuvadza baba, vanhu hobho vakapinda mahara (the bouncers cost us big time, lots of…

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Must we feel sorry for ‘Bhonzo’?
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Must we feel sorry for ‘Bhonzo’?

LET me start with a disclaimer: This article is not about Lawrence Simbarashe aka Mudhara…

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No Thomas, that’s not how it’s done
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No Thomas, that’s not how it’s done

War on corruption goes techno – AIT’s technology seeks to curb graft – Everyone, everywhere is a whistleblower
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War on corruption goes techno – AIT’s technology seeks to curb graft – Everyone, everywhere is a whistleblower

“IN fighting corruption, we don’t have friends. It’s each man for himself. I’m happy that…

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Munondo: A make or  break for Muridzo
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Munondo: A make or break for Muridzo

HIT songs “Dherira” and “Chidhafu Dhunda” set alight many a dance floors, weddings, kitchen parties…

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Mukanya and the new zeitgeist
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Mukanya and the new zeitgeist

Some will find Thomas Mapfumo’s outspokenness unnerving during his 12-day stay in Zimbabwe. 14,904 total views,…

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