When Dominic Benhura started creating traditional Zimbabwean stone sculptures as a teenager four decades ago, he never imagined that art would bring him fame or fortune. Born to a peasant family in 1968 in Murewa, 90...
On a Friday night back in March 2018, Daves Guzha sat inside Theatre in the Park, smiling proudly as roars of laughter rang from the sold out crowd that had come in to watch “Operation Restore Regasi”.
A lot has been said about the influence of Congolese and East African musicians on Zimbabwean music. We know about rhumba and Kanindo, and how they gave Sungura to Zimbabwe. We know about the Congolese guys...
By Mike Murenzvi In Zimbabwe, when we hear the word hero, it invokes two things: the person is deceased and they contributed to the liberation struggle. Over the past 25...
TELECOMMUNICATIONS firm, TelOne, launched its video on demand service on Wednesday, as it pursues a diversification strategy away from its traditional voice offering. TelOne has partnered South Africa’s Discover Digital to package the Digital Entertainment on Demand (DEOD) service. As interest...
We asked a young Zimbabwean to write down his views on last week's election. He wrote a poem instead. Beyond it all, I will find myself By Tatenda Chinondidyachii Mashanda Beyond suffering There lies my heart in the gully of despair There lies...
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