Liberty Dube Entertainment Correspondent CONTEMPORARY musician, Braveman Chizvino Mawanza, affectionately known as Baba Harare, will this weekend launch his second album, ‘‘Minamato Yarasta’’ which features his former paymaster, Jah Prayzah.
Liberty Dube Entertainment Correspondent GOLDEN Peacock Villa Hotel will early next month host this year’s StarBrite talent show national semi-finals.
Entertainment Correspondent LOCAL sungura musician, Brian Samaita, will give his fans something to cheer about this festive season when he unleashes a debut DVD project and a fifth album, Rinoonekwa Nemavanga.
Fungayi Munyoro Entertainment Correspondent NOREEN Nhemachema, an Upper Sixth student at St Joseph’s High School in Mutare is fast proving to be a household name in the arts industry with her impressive drawings.
Fungai Munyoro Entertainment Correspondent ALTHOUGH the late musician Leonard Dembo’s shoes are too big for him to fit in, his son, Tendai has shown great enthusiasm and determination to keep the musician’s legacy alive. Tendai, who is leading the Barura Express band, has embarked on a nationwide tour to market his last album titled ‘‘Mushando’’. […]
Entertainment Reporter MUTARE’S Club 263 sold a dummy to pleasure seekers when raunchy South African socialite Zodwa Wabantu failed to turn up at the night spot as initially advertised. Her camp decided to abort the trip. Organisers of the show Divine Assignments announced the cancellation yesterday and said the development was beyond their control.
Entertainment Correspondent BUDDING Zim dancehall artiste, Admire Mupamhanga, whose stage name is Yutman, is back with an eight-track album titled “Tichiri pamufambo”. The album due to be released today (Friday) is set to rock the Zim dancehall circles as the energetic musician is well-known for tackling social issues through inspiring and exciting lyrics.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter RAUNCHY South African socialite, Zodwa Wabantu, will finally shake her thighs before pleasure seekers in Mutare tomorrow (Saturday) at trendy nightspot, Club 263. Revellers will have to pay $10 to gain entrance. Zodwa, who was recently in England as she celebrated her birthday with a string of shows, preferred not to […]
Entertainment Correspondent ZIMDANCEHALL musician, Tawanda Mumanyi, affectionately known as Seh Calaz, will unleash a new album, ‘‘Sadaka’’ for the first time in Mutare when he performs at Club Mandisa tomorrow. Show promoter and club proprietor, Boniface Nyamanhindi, said the multi-award winning artiste would be backed by Harare-based dance ensemble, Malaika.