Poetry at Intwasa

Share it now!By Christensen Mapuranga Intwasa Arts festival will feature two spoken words events during the festival supported by Poetry Bulawayo and the British Council. A gathering of Poets and Women wine

Pezhuba Pachena

Share it now!By Christensen Mapuranga Fresh from a successful showcase at the just ended UNTWO official opening ceremony, Pezhuba Pachena bring their act to Intwasa Arts Festival for a performance with Sgxob’

Share it now!By Christensen Mapuranga “A Doll’s house”, presented by Centre for talent development will launch the theatre programme at the Intwasa Arts Festival at the Bulawayo Theatre. The play will be

The place of arts in a contemporary society

Share it now!By Peter Tomasino Is art created merely for the sake of the artist? Or is there a greater intellectual and societal impact of works that artists create? The national art

Andrew Langa Faces Gargantuan Task With Arts Industry

Share it now!By Christensen Mapuranga Cde. Andrew Langa has been tasked by the new government to oversee the running of the Sports, Arts and Culture industries for the next five years. This

Artists championing the rights of disabled women

Share it now!By Danmore Chuma. It was a highly enlightening and informative moment as artists, award winner Soneni Gwenzi and Marlene La Roux from Zimbabwe and South Africa respectively, made a series

All set for Intwasa

Share it now!There are tens of thousand of festivals world wide, but few make a profound impact to its fans. Some die a natural death. Some look like replicas of some other

The Walkman still rules the roost

Share it now!In life it is said nothing goes away until it has taught us something, in the fashion world it is said nothing goes redundant but it only recedes in the

ARE WE BEING FAILED?

Share it now!By Kudakwashe Takundwa Have you ever wondered how much local television actors and actresses make? Fans have always had questions concerning the subject. Being an actor is often taken as

Artefacts provide answers as artist ponders for a real home

Share it now!By Danmore Chuma There was a bee-hive of activities at Njelele Centre as people from all works of life gathered to witness the artistic works of Shannon Murphy, a youthful

For a noble cause

Share it now!By Danmore Chuma Zimbabwe Might Women of Hope and Tamuka Foundation in collaboration with Harare Central Prison Choir launched a fund raising gala in Harare yesterday. The event was organized

Compilation album on the cards

Share it now!By Lazarus Sauti A new kid on the block, Dee20 Studios is working on a debut 12 track compilation album that is expected to be launched soon.The producer of the

Fellowship set for dizzy heights

Share it now!By Lazarus Sauti Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching

Science Fiction film to be launched soon!

Share it now!By Lazarus Sauti Zimbabwe 2100, an action and science fiction film is set to be launched soon. The film to be shot in Zimbabwe about Zimbabwe is produced by Kudzai

Zim writers must promote Zim ideologies

Share it now!Lazarus Sauti Zimbabwean authors must confront issues of Zimbabwean identity in their works and their works must also cater to everyone in the African continent. They should strive to tell

Document Zimbabwean Culture

Share it now!Lazarus Sauti Zimbabwean people have produced an abundance of proverbs, riddles, songs, poetry, stories and quotes but only a fraction of this creative treasure has been captured in print. Most

Artists must promote local languages

Share it now!By Lazarus Sauti American author Oliver Wendell once said: “Language is the expression of culture. It is the blood of the soul into which thoughts run and out of which

Youth shun arts industry

Share it now!Peter Tomasino Neglected as this sector is by its parent ministry and the whole spectrum of the business community and a survival of the fittest law of the jungle that

Calls for Stand-alone Ministry

Share it now!Peter Tomasino Following the apparent “abandonment” of the Arts sector by its Ministry, that of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture, many sectors have turned to the Minister of Media, Information

Sekuru Gudo to launch debut album

Share it now! Choreographer, performer and dancer Privilege Mupfurutsa fondly known in dancing circles as “Sekuru Gudo” is finalising work on his debut album. The Brian Poison’s produced six track album is

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