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Breakdance to make Olympic debut

In 2009, they made an appearance at the National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) and have shared the stage with Pockemon Crew from France (2008).
By Staff Writer May. 31, 2024

Mawadza: A rising comedian on the block

These comedians expanded their fan base on digital platforms and their talents has been celebrated.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 27, 2024

Ndlovu aspires to uplift fellow artistes

He won the National Arts Merit Awards Outstanding Newcomer this year and was also awarded an Influential and Ecosystem Builders in Zimbabwe certificate last year.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 19, 2024

Vuyo Brown uses voice to promote women

Vuyo Brown identifies herself as a multi-genre artiste with a passion that lies in exploring God through music.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 15, 2024

NAMA win boosts Kinah’s confidence

Kinah-The Music also hinted about good jams in the near future.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Mar. 10, 2024

Positive criticism leads to improvement: Samukange

His first feature film A World Away grabbed the prestigious Best Feature Film award at the Chicago Independent Film Festival 2019.
By Tendai Sauta Mar. 7, 2024

Love for culture influences Mabonisa’s writings

Born and bred in Kezi, Matopo district, Mabonisa attended Mloyi Primary School before he moved to Zamanyoni Secondary School.
By Sharon Zebra Mar. 5, 2024

Zim Theatre Academy commits to uplift talent

The play’s production manager Ronald “Madolax” Sigeca said he was responsible for leading the process and ensuring that everything aligned with the production’s vision and goals.

Future looks bright for budding actor, Marowa

His breakout role came in the popular series A High School Diary, where he played the cunning villain Sgora.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Feb. 18, 2024