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20 hours ago | November 27, 2020

Mile’s star continues to shine

Arts Reporter Zimbabwean hip hop artiste Lionel “Mile” Mhike recently received a boost after being signed on by South ...

Women take lead at Bulawayo awards

Bongani Ndlovu Bulawayo Bureau Media personality Sizawakele “Zwa” Ndlovu, ZiFM Stereo’s Armad and Patience Phiri have ...

Simuka Comedy Festival begins

Arts Reporter All is set for the inaugural Simuka Comedy Virtual Festival, which runs from today until Sunday, ...

2 days ago | November 26, 2020

Sakhile Dube crowned Zim Miss Tourism

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Sakhile Dube (24) was on Tuesday night crowned Zimbabwe Miss Tourism at the ...

3 days ago | November 25, 2020

Bloomfield’s ashes to be buried at Tengenenge

Founder and director of Tengenenge Arts Centre in Guruve, Tom Bloomfield, who died in April in the Netherlands, will be ...

ZTN to host mental health concert

Recently-licensed Zimpapers Television Network (ZTN) will tomorrow host a concert to raise awareness on mental health ...

Gringo’s role in Village Secrets continues

Producers for the popular ZBCTV drama, “Village Secrets”, which featured Lazarus Boora as “Gibbo”, have said despite the ...

4 days ago | November 24, 2020

Uhangwela drama readies for season 2

Producers of popular TshiVenda drama series, Uhangwela (Forgive and Forget), which airs  on ZTV on Fridays are ...

Jah Prayzah, Winky D show not free for all

The Jah Prayzah and Winky D show dubbed “Best of Both Worlds” set for next month at Rainbow Towers in Harare is not free ...

5 days ago | November 23, 2020

LitFest discusses Marechera

MORE than three decades after his death, Dambudzo Marechera dominates the literary discourses as much as he did in real ...

7 days ago | November 21, 2020

The sacred month of Mbudzi

November is regarded as the month of the goat, a sacred moon when neither marriages nor weddings ceremonies are held.

Knowing essential pieces for rainy season

They say that the month of November is a sacred month, but it’s a good thing that doesn’t apply in the fashion world.

The few chosen ones

There lived a few chosen ones. The chosen ones possessed special abilities that no one else had.

Campus reflections

Every child has a potential, however, they just need someone to help unlock that potential.

Rethinking student accommodation

Harare is home to eight institutions of higher learning and accommodates regional campuses for seven other universities.