THIS week I had written on a number of matters pertaining to our arts and culture.
THE headline says it all: A dark narrative of the depths to which the human soul plunged in terms of our cultural life. Yes, there were redeeming moments here and there.
WHAT Biko Maximus, real name Bukhosi Maphosa, managed to do this week is hog the showbiz headlines.
IBUMBA Festival caps the arts calendar year in Makokoba.
TODAY we are celebrating another of Zimbabawe’s illustrious musical sons — Thabani Ndlovu, aka Buffalo Soldier — who has just recently bagged a sixth Channel O Music award for most gifted reggae dancehall, beating out Basawine Orezi (Nigeria), Patoranking (Nigeria) and Shatta Wale (Ghana) in the category.
It’s easy to lose friends in this business and that’s sad. The risk is always looming.
Tinashe Kachingwe a United States-based Zimbo based R&B chanteuse last week took to the stage at the Soul Train Awards ceremony.
Last week I stirred a hornet’s nest when I dared call out the awarding of the music engineer award to Obadiah Matulana.
Before the dust has settled in the aftermath of the Zimbabwe Music Awards in which three local Bulawayo artistes won each an award, a controversy is brewing over the winner of one of the awards.
ON Wednesday, the local showbiz glitterati came out in full force to attend the Zima awards with the hope of taking to the stage.