Alexio, Diana celebrate friendship at Bar Rouge

Arts Correspondent— Alexio Kawara and Diana Samkange have something in common — they entered the music scene as urban grooves singers and have both evolved to traditional contemporary style. While other urban grooves musicians fell by the wayside when the genre lost popularity, Alexio and Diana refused to sink with the ship. They are among musicians…
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Cuba, Brazil in Samba battle at Carnival

Lifestyle Writer Samba dancers are known to spice carnivals across the world. The swaying and gyrating ladies always steal the show at carnivals because of their displays. The Harare International Carnival has hosted Samba dancers from Brazil over the past editions and the girls have lived to expectations. Besides the Samba Night, which is popular at the…
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Get lost on party train

Yeukai Karengezeka-Chisepo Lifestyle Correspondent— As the summer season beacons outdoor parties are taking over as merrymakers wave goodbye to the winter season. Though birthdays, kitchen parties, bachelors’ parties have become common gatherings in the capital and outside, people enjoy them during the summer season. It’s now serious business for outdoor venues like Lake Chivero, Family 24, Paramount just…
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Being Zodwa Wabantu

Near-naked provocateur Zodwa Wabantu has captured the world’s attention ever since her revealing dress she wore at the socialite event of the year, the Durban July which made her an overnight sensation. ROBERT MUKONDWA, made the trek to Bulawayo to meet the socialite and get a glimpse into her lifestyle. When word got round that…
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On Kariba’s shores

Lifestyle Writer The breeze from Lake Kariba sifts through rooms at Caribbea Bay Resort to announce the arrival of a new day. The resort, which is on the shores of the Lake is one of the popular accommodation destinations for tourists that favour this part of the country which offers various lifestyle and leisure activities….
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Who is the fairest of them all?

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Lifestyle Writer Mirror, mirror mirror on the wall who is the fairest of them all? The stage has been set courtesy of Big Time Investments and it is lights, camera action. Today is the D-day for the 16 finalists who are vying for the coveted title of Miss World Zimbabwe 2017. One good…
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When Paraffin, Mai Sorobhi were kidnapped

Godwin Muzari Arts Editor Yesteryear drama “Paraffin” remains one of the best local television productions. The combination of the late Phillip Mushangwe (Paraffin) and Rhoda Mtembe (Mai Sorobhi) was always hilarious. As husband and wife, the duo made flawless scenes that were not only comical but also mirrored relationships and social issues. While viewers enjoyed the…
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Ngwenya’s new book mirrors society

Beaven Tapureta Bookshelf When Tsitsi Nomsa Ngwenya published her debut novel “Izinyawo Zayizolo” (Radiant Publishers) last year and promised to make a follow-up with an English version of it, we welcomed her wish to satisfy readers equally and beat the geographical inadequacy of our mother languages. Though she had some English stories already featured in different…
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