ARTS & CULTURE

2 days ago | January 21, 2021

Meet the youngest inaugural poet in US history: Amanda Gorman

Amanda Gorman is only 22, but she has already made history. Wednesday, Gorman became the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. ...

JUST IN: Fantan, Levels, Dammar out on bail

High Court judge Justice Davison Foroma has today granted the infamous Mbare New Year’s Eve gig, promoter Dammar, DJ ...

JUST IN: Asaph to represent Zim at the MTV Africa Awards

Bongani Ndlovu Showbiz Correspondent MULTI-award-winning rapper Asaph believed he had a good chance in representing ...

Mapurisana recalls broadcasting experience

Celebrating Terrence Mapurisana Information, education and entertainment are the equal cornerstones of all radio and ...

3 days ago | January 20, 2021

Jamaican festival ropes in Tich Mataz

Popular host and former radio personality Tichafa Matambanadzo, affectionately known in the entertainment industry as ...

Online mentorship programme to celebrate film-making

The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) and the Piton International Film Festival (PIFF) have launched an online ...

4 days ago | January 19, 2021

Vimbai video unique experience for Gopal

Moralistic and educational or not? Good piece of art or not? Vimbai Zimuto’s latest video “Handigone”, featuring ...

Music producer, convicted killer Spector dies at 81

Phil Spector, the prolific music producer who changed the industry with his “Wall of Sound” in the 1960s and spent his ...

5 days ago | January 18, 2021

Covid-19: Artistes need Plan B to survive

Whether you are Beyonce, Koffi Olomide, Davido, Rachel J, Alick Macheso, Thomas Mapfumo, Cassper Nyovest or  Zodwa ...

1 week ago | January 16, 2021

Inside late Bindura tycoon’s estate

When they see someone swimming in luxury, the jealous always console themselves by saying, “he will leave all this when ...

Verdant untamed Hwange . . .

ON entering the gate to the Main Camp, fresh game dung juxtaposed with stunted, sparsely populated bush shrubbery and a ...

Studying, living under the pandemic

At around 0811hrs on the morning of March 16, 2020, I received a text message from my university’s official ...

A chance meeting shone the light

Herald Correspondent STARTING a business can be among the most challenging of things one can undertake, especially given ...

Radio lessons to continue

Schools radio lessons will continue. The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education says for this month, the radio ...

Covid-19 is making us worried

Ms G Since March last year, we have made so much effort together to try to end the crisis. We stayed away from people ...