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Egyptian troupe sets Christmas tone

By Denis S Chiroodza Visiting renowned Egyptian music troupe, ‘UMEL-Nour/ Lady of Light’ set the tone for Christmas with an amazing evening of carols yesterday at Ster Kinekor, Borrowdale. The

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Advocating for women rights through film: IIFF

By Amanda Ellen Nicola Jojo At its most ultimate essence, film is a depiction of the socio-economic status of people within various communities and the world at large. Film, including

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Percelle Ascott, the Zimbabwe-born actor, who’s on a roll on Netflix

His beginnings were in a two-bedroom apartment in a South London estate he shared with his mother, aunt and cousins. That’s all Zimbabwe-born Percelle Ascott had, besides a childhood filled

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South African music legend Dan Tshanda dies

Popular South African music legend Dan Tshanda, has died. According to family spokesperson, Moudy Mudzielwana,  Tshanda suffered a heart failure earlier today and was rushed to Sandton Mediclinic where he

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‘Banyankole’; the Tribe in Uganda Which Allows Bride’s Aunt to Sleep with Groom Before Marriage

Africa is one of the continents of the world with diverse traditions. There is one tribe in Uganda whose way of preparing its women for marriage differs completely from other African tribes. The

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Mangondo crowned Inaugural Miss India-Zimbabwe

By Staff Reporter Miss Tourism Zimbabwe 2018 first princess, Natalie Mangondo was crowned the Inaugural Miss India-Zimbabwe at a glitzy ceremony held in Harare at a local hotel on Monday.

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UN Women announces Danai Gurira as Goodwill Ambassador

During the global annual advocacy campaign, 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (25 November – 10 December), UN Women on Sunday 2 December announced the appointment of internationally renowned award-winning

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Miss India-Zimbabwe on the cards

By Staff Reporter Preparations are at an advanced stage ahead of the inaugural Miss India-Zimbabwe scheduled for the 10th of December next month at Meikles hotels in Harare. One of

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Pieces to a Piece exhibition opens

By Reginald Chapfunga Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As

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SADC artists illuminate Kuwait

Staff Reporter For seven consecutive days Kuwait experienced the richness and diversity of African arts and culture courteous of the embassies of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) members in

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