Local musicians Oliver Mtukudzi, Charles Charamba and Sandra Ndebele-Sibindi will feature in a collaborative album to raise awareness about the importance of reading and libraries. By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe Rural Schools Library Trust (ZRSLT), who are organising the project, said Charamba, Ndebele-Sibindi and upcoming musician Denzel Mombeyarara have completed recording songs to be featured on the album titled Musicians United the World for Library Development.
Zimbabwe Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa should be applauded for casting his net wide and giving the chance to Poland-based Andrew Gwaze of Gornik Zabrez, on-fire Orlando Pirates striker Tendai Ndoro and Tapiwa Chilenga of Triangle in Zimbabwe.
FOLLOWING an outstanding season in which he scooped four awards at Kaizer Chiefs’ end of season awards, Warriors captain Willard Katsande has declared he is ready to lead the Zimbabwe national team to victory in next weekend’s penultimate 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at home to Malawi.
Blessing Shumba is battling a rare and nagging headache of a growing stockpile of unreleased recorded songs.
FOR a lad who grew up in Harare’s Glen View high-density suburb, it’s no mean feat to be rubbing shoulders with the best in Europe as a professional basketball player.
LOCAL sound engineer Mbaki Nleya is set to open a school of audio engineering and music technology in September in Belvedere, Harare, to train sound engineers, music producers, artistes and deejays. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Speaking to The Standard Style last week, Nleya — the director of Shownation Entertainment and tutor at the Zimbabwe College of Music — said the institution’s mission is to help improve the quality of sound in the country, which he said was far below international standards