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Savanna Arts ‘Smuggle’ Actor Into SA

SAVANNA Arts Management were invited to the Tsoho International Theatre and Dance Festival in South Africa only to be hit by the withdrawal by their main actor, it has emerged. The group also allegedly smuggled a cast member into South Africa. Management discovered that the...
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Jah Prayzah Continues to Shine

In music circles, the year 2014 is definitely meant for Mukudzei Mukombe aka Jah Prayzah. After scooping four awards on the February 15 at the recently held NAMA awards ceremony in Bulawayo, the vocally and gifted performer is already causing ripples throughout the country and...
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Willom Tight Collaborates With SA’s Uhuru

WILLOM Tight is set to collaborate with South Africa’s Uhuru, one of the continent’s finest and producers, Shamiso Music and Entertainment have revealed. Tight is set to work with Uhuru on three songs from his latest album, Manifesto. Shamiso Entertainment said although the album has...
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Nollywood Duo to Feature in Local Film

Filmmaker Melgin Tafirenyika is set to feature top Nigerian actors in an upcoming production, “Sour Milk”. The movie that will be shot in Pretoria and Johannesburg will cast Emmanuel Okongu and Mirrian Ajor, popular faces in Nigeria’s country’s TJ Productions. Tafirenyika who plays the supporting...
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Jazz Maestro Tanga Wekwa Sando Returns

AFTER what had seemed an endless hiatus and with repeated “sightings” of him having turned his hand to business, jazz virtuoso Tanga Wekwa Sando has indeed returned to music. Following on the release of his scorcher of a piece entitled Tsindi, which has started getting...
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Nyati, Metcalfe and Zindi On Wene Awards Panel

ROOFTOP promotions’ brand Wene Music Awards, which was officially launched at the beginning of this month, has announced its board of adjudicators who were appointed “based on their extemporary personal and collective governance standards”. Announcing the adjudicators, the chairperson of the board, Paul Brickhill, said...
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Preserving the Mbira Genre

The mbira is by any measure, a sacred instrument. Its roots can be traced to ancient times where it was played during celebrations, ceremonies and at ground breaking events.It is a crucial part of our culture and people ought to be proud of according to...
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