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Sello “Chicco” Twala reflects on Senyaka death

Renowned SA artist and now film director/producer Sello “Chicco” Twala spoke to ZAlebs about Senyaka the artists and the actor. Just a few hours ago it was revealed that singer, Senyaka Kekana had passed on. ZAlebs managed to get a hold of his close friend and a man whom he worked closely with throughout his career, renowned singer turned movie ...

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“I hope Zimbabweans are proud of me for this achievement..” Brian Soko

Zimbabwean Brian Soko, who has made a legend on the global music arena has provoked a debate on fellow countrymen’s support and acknowledgement of outstanding performance and talent. On receiving a Grammy award given to the song writers of Beyonce’s song, “Drunk in Love”, Soko humbly acknowledged family, team mates and opened profoundly and his hope Zimbabweans celebrate with him this milestone. ...

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Sipho Makhabane critical after Road Traffic Collision

Famed Swazi gospel producer and songwriter Sipho Makhabane is in a critical but stable condition after being involved in a car accident on Sunday. Makhabane is the owner of Big Fish music and is credited with discovering some of South Africa’s leading gospel stars such as Hlengiwe Mhlaba and Tshepiso Motaung. Sipho, who is multi award celebrated and with nearly ...

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Comedian Chris Rock & wife divorcing.

Chris Rock and his wife are divorcing after nearly 20 years together. “After much contemplation and 19 years of marriage, Chris and I have decided to go our separate ways,” Malaak Compton-Rock, a philanthropist and founder of the nonprofit styleWorks, said in a statement Sunday. “Being fortunate enough to lead a life of service by working with those most vulnerable ...

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Cindy Munyavi shines at the All Africa Music Awards

Songstress Cindy Rufaro Munyavi has put the Zimbabwean music industry on the continental map, clinching the fiercely contested for Best Female Artiste in Southern Africa beating the likes of Zahara, Mampi and Lira who have an extensive global dominance at the All Africa Music Awards held last night in Lagos, Nigeria. Cindy, who recently ventured into fashion, opening her own ...

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Lloyd Tevedzai drops 4th album “Total Trust”

Zimbabwean gospel ace, Lloyd Tevedzai who is now based in Canada has released his fourth album entitled Total Trust. The 10 track worship and testimonial album official releases online on ZimOnline Radio yesterday, will be available for digital purchase on all major download sites from Christmas eve making it the perfect christmas gift of 2014. “We will be shipping a ...

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After divorcing Prophet Magaya, Bev finds success

She may have quit the heavenly way following her dancing demons but Beverly Sibanda, popularly known as Bev has finally found peace doing what she loves; and it doesn’t hurt too that she is getting monetary success out of her hobby. At least that’s according to her manager Hapaz Mapimhidze. The raunchy pole dancer was performing at a popular Harare ...

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Tuku Tribute Concert adds “postpone” list

THE Oliver Mtukudzi tribute concert scheduled for the UK this weekend has been postponed to next year, organisers confirmed today. Baffling to many patrons as a number of Zimbabwean musical events spearheaded by home based artists have fallen to the postponement list. Scheduled for Leicester on Saturday, the concert was aimed at paying tribute to “Zimbabwe’s most recognisable humanitarian musician”. ...

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Tariro neGitare dropping ‘YORIRA NGOMA’ single

Zimbabwean singer, songwriter and guitarist, Tariro neGitare will on Wednesday 10th December be releasing a single of her incubant second album Chipo Changu currently in oven expected early 2015. The single dubbed Yorira Ngoma (translated, The Drumbeat time) is produced and mastered by the country’s top producer Russel ‘Russo’ Chiradza at This Is Records. It is the first of more collaboration projects ...

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Women’s Arts Festival gives women a platform to shine

For a long time relegated to the periphery of festivals and shows as the gyrating extras, supporting acts and only named as the ‘and many more’ on show posters, women have finally gotten centre stage in the arts thanks to the Women’s Arts Festival (Wafest) which was held in Harare this November. The festival ended on a high note at ...

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