THERE seems to be a coming together of vital ingredients for a vibrant showbiz sector in Bulawayo with recent public performances, including plays, music concerts and movie premieres consistently drawing much-needed audiences.
THERE is a new prince of Zimbabwean pop. Jah Prayzah is the new prince of popular music — Prince because Tuku is still the King.
Here is a full list of all the National Arts Merit Award (Nama) winners.
SPORT, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa has urged Zimbabwean musicians to promote culture by their music saying there was need no need for them to popularise cultures that are foreign to the country.
Musician Jah Prayzah emerged as the biggest winner at Saturday night’s National Musical Award (Nama) grabbing gongs in four categories.
Interestingly this man is the only musician from Matabeleland who has been nominated for the music award hence all eyes are on him.
This is none other than Afro-Jazz sensation Majahawodwa “Jeys Marabini” Ndlovu.
SELF-EXILED Bulawayo-born iconic pop singer Lovemore “Majaivana” Tshuma has been tipped to scoop the people’s choice award at the National Arts Merit Award (Nama) this week.
THEY don’t come any bigger than this. You will soon find out why from this article which it is my singular honour to write. The fiery Dorothy Masuka is a legend and though this approbation is sometimes carelessly accorded mere mortals.
NATIONAL Arts Merit Awards (Nama) nominee Ntandoyenkosi “Van” Moyo is set to take stand-up comedy to greater heights in Bulawayo by establishing comedy clubs in high schools.
The 13th National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) are around the corner and the nominees have been released. Here are all the nominees in their various categories.