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Shingisai Suluma Inspires Hope To Zimbabweans In The Video Pano Patasvika

We really like it when our veteran Gospel musicians inspire hope and confidence to us. Following the recent developments in Zimbabwe, all the citizens look forward to is having a...

A Brand New Day (Zimbabwe)

There is this looming vibrancy A new day is dawning Birds’ songs in the rising sun There is this divine presence And my soul is caressed Feel the hustle and bustle For the challenges to...

Sit Down African Napoleon! (To A Leader For The Zimbabweans)

Bring back the dignity of our flag and the sweet taste of our freedom, Bring back sons and daughters, who kissed charcoal in violence festivals, Bring back our gold, you buried...

Reliving AWA’s 2016 Interview With Noisey Raps

AWA has done tremendous work in the hip hop circles to assert her position as one of the forces to reckon. She won the Best Female award last year...

Scrip Mula says he did not mention Jnr Brown’s name at H-Metro

Amid the clouding controversy, Scrip Mula argues that he did not mention Jnr Brown's name during an interview with one of the country's leading tabloids, H-Metro. A headline appeared in...

King James Makes Bold Rap Declarations In The Song “Musandidherere”

This song falls within the ambit of the usual narrative that many artists in Zimbabwe are accustomed to. But it has a different feel, although much sounding like the...

Hustle, Pain Adequately Resonated In Ronyy Jayy’s Song “What You Done”

Music, and of a Hip Hop inclination, is a powerful method of conveying messages in this contemporary society. And this is what Ronyy Jayy has been up to, through his...

Renovation And Brownxin Amplify The Ghetto Daily Hustle Through Hip Hop

Young artists are continually taking the route of speaking the real stories of where they come from. One such young artist is Renovation. His track, which features Brownxin, No Pressure,...

World Guerrillas Protest Poetry: CITY OF STONE

Myth and lore has it that faint voices echo deep within the edifices of the Great Zimbabwe ruins; chants of differing dialects - protesting for the ancestral Shona who erected the...

James Chimombe: The First Zimbabwean To Study Music As A Discipline

The name is synonymous with many Zimbabweans. James Chimombe was one of the finest vocalists and guitarists that Zimbabwe has ever produced. His contribution to the music business in...

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Is ZANU-PF undergoing creative destruction and not disintegration?

This is a question that was raised by Alex Magaisa in his weekly blog the Big Saturday Read. With how events have unfolded in...

Here’s why Martha O’Donovan’s case is a big and relevant one for all of...

The country, and the world at large, received the most unlikely news when an American citizens working for Magamba TV was arrested for retweeting...

New Boys on The Warriors’ Block: What’s Next?

For most (if not all) football fans both within and beyond the borders of the Zimbabwean borders, the international break acts as a temporary...
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