MUSICIAN and Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) Bulawayo manager Clarence Garura wants gospel groups to complement one another instead of competing to outdo each other.
THE National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) has said it would not strip popular Afro-pop singer Mukudzei Mukombe, better known as Jah Prayzah, of the best creativity award he scooped at the 2014 National Arts Merit Awards despite stealing the soundtrack of an African movie for his winning song.
THE Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) has in conjunction with the Culture Fund of Zimbabwe purchased musical equipment worth $23 000 to assist artistes that cannot afford exorbitant recording fees to record their works at lower rates.
BULAWAYO gospel musician Clarence Garura (36), whose stage name is Kirah, is a perfect example of a multi-talented artiste.
THE Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) has engaged a local company to develop software that monitors broadcasters to ensure radio and television stations do not produce false log sheets to rob artistes by evading royalty payments.
THE Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) has indicated that it will set up a new application to monitor every transaction with users of music in a move aimed at reducing piracy.
LOCAL members of the Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) will gather for the annual general meeting (AGM) at the Jesus Life International at the corner of 6th Avenue and Fife Street in Bulawayo on December 16.
The Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) says it is in the process of acquiring state-of-the-art monitoring recording equipment to stop radio and television stations from evading payment of royalties.