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Fred Zindi

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In the groove: Sungura music: The past, present and future

Many Zimbabwean musicians fuse their music with versions of rumba, western pop music, jazz, reggae, dancehall
By Fred Zindi Sep. 4, 2022

In the groove: Obituary: Aswad's Angus Gaye aka 'Drummie Zeb'dead

The shows in Rufaro Stadium, Harare and Barbourfields Stadium, Bulawayo were sold out, the latter being marred by a failed P.A. system.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 11, 2022

In the groove: Who are Zimbabwe's top musicians?

Many of those who ask me this question assume that I listen to all music released in Zimbabwe. The truth is I don’t.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 18, 2022

Whose responsibility is preservation of cultural heritage?

Yours Truly was recently privileged to come across a research document that exclusively dwelt on administration of archeological heritage sites in Hwange.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 22, 2022

In the groove: Projections of African music business

Zimura protects the performing rights of authors and collects royalties on their behalf.
By Fred Zindi Sep. 25, 2022

In the groove: Did hicc concert mark end of sungura?

Sungura music (sometimes referred to as Museve) at some point used to be Zimbabwe’s most popular music genre especially in the 1980’s.
By Fred Zindi Oct. 2, 2022