Byron Adonis Mutingwende

RayDizz and Simba Tagz set trend with new video

Celebrated local artist, RayDizz who made his mark on the international scene when he represented Zimbabwe in Las Vegas for the Miller Sound Clash last year has strike...

British Council presents four acts at HIFA

The British Council, a longstanding partner of the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA), has once again teamed up with the festival to showcase the best of...

Zimbabwe Red Cross Society supports Xenophobia victims

BEITBRIDGE. The Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS) has mobilised volunteers, pre-positioned relief packs and hygiene kits in Beitbridge for the victims of xenophobia...

Zim Cricket to play in Africa T20

Zimbabwe is set to compete in the Africa T20 Cup tournament to be in South Africa from  4 September to 4 October this year. The tournament which also hosts Kenya and...

Aussie, Zimbo group set for HIFA

Three-man group consisting of Harare born twins and a New Zealand national is set to light up the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) with a fusion of hip...

Tuku speaks against Xenophobia

Superstar Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi has castigated the xenophobic violence that has spread across South Africa claiming at least seven lives. Several thousands of...

Entrepreneurs urged to embrace technology

Young entrepreneurs were encouraged to embrace the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to explore business opportunities during the Global Youth...

Zim Rugby players find green pastures in South Africa

By Kudzayi Zvinavashe South African rugby arguably has the best rugby players in Africa, the much talked about Craven week has been one particular platform that has seen...

ZANU PF MP blames mismanagement on economic meltdown

ZANU PF Sanyati Member of Parliament Blessed Runesu Geza has denounced sanctions as the major cause if the county’s economic meltdown. Speaking from his farm in...

Strip tease gains popularity

Ten years ago one would have hardly come across strip tease in Harare, except of course through movies. When two years ago, a Harare business man Biggie Chinoperekwei...