I CANNOT remember who said it, but someone once said that there is nothing more powerful in the entire world than an idea whose time has come.
FOR several of the music producers in the city all roads led to Amakhosi Township Square a few days ago.
HOT on the heels of efforts by ZBC to engage content producers to submit concepts for possible development into television shows and programmes, the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe last week announced five companies that obtained eight licences for the regional radio stations.
THE power of ideas is best exemplified by TV shows such as Idols, Britain’s Got Talent and the Voice.
I attended the National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) last Saturday night in Harare. The occasion had its drama as the crowd chanted Tocky Vibes’ name as Suluman “Sulu” Chimbetu was receiving the award for outstanding musician of 2014.
I GOT inside the auditorium after waiting with others who had waited for much longer than me — two hours.
FOR the princely sum of $100 you will be afforded the chance to stoke your love fires at Meikles Hotel in Harare come February 14 while being serenaded by South African house music duo Liquideep.
A WEEK or so ago I was contacted by one Thabiso Phiri, the current publicity man at Amakhosi Township Square.
WAY before Beyoncé Knowles, Rihanna, David Guetta or Calvin Harris were known by the music loving public the world over, the world knew Zimbabwe’s Rozalla Miller as the bona fide music dance queen.
DHONZA MAKOMBORERO won song of the year at the Zimas and scooped the top position Coca-Cola Radio Zimbabwe Top 50 last year.