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Women Arts Festival to Engage Male Artistes (allAfrica.com)

Although the just ended third edition of the Women Arts Festival was a success, organisers of the event say they will bring male artistes in next editions to broaden their focus and appeal. Festival spokesperson Precious Chinhoyi said, "We are lobbying for men to support us since we cannot do it alone and that was the…

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Tehn Diamond Keeps Hip-Hop Alive! [column] (allAfrica.com)

I was sitting next to Tehn Diamond and his manager, Tsungi Zvobgo at the just ended Musica Workshop, which was organised by Pamberi Trust when I asked him if there was any future in Hip-Hop music in Zimbabwe. He gave a resounding "Yes" as an answer to that question. I had my doubts but after he…

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The Night Kansiime Left Zim in Stitches (allAfrica.com)

She came, she cracked jokes and she thrilled. Ugandan comedian Anne Kansiime proved why her comic video clips have millions of views on YouTube when she brought loads of laughter to 7Arts Theatre in Avondale where she performed on Saturday night. It was a night of fun, a night of comic relief and a night of…

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Gallery Students Exhibit Outstanding Work (allAfrica.com)

The National Gallery school of Visual Arts and design in Mbare hosted an Open Day for students on October 30 in a bid to portray the work students have been doing throughout the year. It was really a splendid day for all those who attended. The National Gallery School of Visual Art and Design was opened…

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Tour of My Motherland a Dream Come True, Says Gospel Star (allAfrica.com)

UK, based gospel artist Nkosi Ka Ndlovu, a former student of Zidulini primary school in Nkayi District in Matabeland North, is currently on a music tour with his band 'The Experience' on a gospel music tour across Zimbabwe, dubbed the "Tour of my motherland". Nkosi who set up the Gwelutshena Gateway Foundation to fund raise for…

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Our Case Is Far Much Better – Jazz Diva (allAfrica.com)

Despite various assertions by local female musicians that they do not get recognition and exposure, jazz musician Maria Vera-Chisvo says their case is better than what their counterparts in Botswana experience. Chisvo recently toured Botswana where she performed at a festival and exchanged notes with female musicians from that country. She performed at the fifth edition…

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Village Unhu – an Art Space With a Vision [column] (allAfrica.com)

On inception a few years ago, Village Unhu was just an artists' space founded by young practitioners enjoying their practice in an appropriate environment, but now it has matured into a fully registered business entity under the Companies Act with all the relevant structures. It is now known as "Village Unhu Private Limited" and the creative…

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