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ZiFM CELEBRATES TWO YEARS

ZiFM CELEBRATES TWO YEARS

Eleven parties in 10 cities ran part of the advert for the station as it marked two years since being set up two years ago.

Byo turns out for locally-produced movies

Byo turns out for locally-produced movies

FANS turned out massively and some even sat on the floor at the Bulawayo premiere of The Bulawayo Show at Rainbow Cinema 1 this past week.

AFRICAN MUSIC LEGEND COMES TO TOWN

AFRICAN MUSIC LEGEND COMES TO TOWN

THOUGH many call him Bra Hugh, ubab’ uMasekela is now an old jazz cat though still as fiery as ever. Besides getting a gift of a saxophone from iconic jazz saxophonist and singer, the late Louis Armstrong, Masekela is a walking history of South African music.

Black Umfolosi concert packs crowds

Black Umfolosi concert packs crowds

LAST WEEK, one of Zimbabwe’s foremost music groups lured a full house to the National Art Gallery in Bulawayo. The imbube ensemble which has over two decades of music-making under its belt, managed to pull off a feat that other local acts dream about, ie to get everyday Joe and Busi to attend a show at night.

Zollywood just about to be created in Zim!

Zollywood just about to be created in Zim!

PUNDITS are salivating at the prospect of viewing this local production. Could this be the start of Zollywood this southern side? This movie shot in Mosi oa Tunya will be premiered at the Bulawayo Theatre and will be hosted by young comic Clive Chigubu who is set to turn on the funny side as the movie premiere’s host.

Social media millionaires soar

Social media millionaires soar

AS of 2.10am today US time, David Zuckerberg is worth $29,9 billion according to Forbes Magazine (the celebrated wealth magazine)!

Samba soccer has to change the beat

Samba soccer has to change the beat

UPON the streets of Bulawayo as on a million others throughout the world, soccer fans were animatedly trying to come to grips with one of the most shocking experiences in the history of sports: Brazil’s loss to Germany.

Samba soccer has to change the beat

Samba soccer has to change the beat

UPON the streets of Bulawayo as on a million others throughout the world, soccer fans were animatedly trying to come to grips with one of the most shocking experiences in the history of sports: Brazil’s loss to Germany.

Vocal Ex’s Sithi Uyingcwele concert to bless Byo

Vocal Ex’s Sithi Uyingcwele concert to bless Byo

IN WHAT MUST BE ONE of the biggest shows in Bulawayo this year, local gospel ensemble Vocal Ex will bless their fans at the Large City Hall on July 12.

Bonfire of vanities Part Two: Beauty wars

Bonfire of vanities Part Two: Beauty wars

Now the beauty queens who first had to get licences in order to get their prize cars must surely think that the fairy godmother had best inhabit the realm of fantasy.

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