Radio, yesterday and today

By Fidelis Manyange I RECALL growing up in the 1980s when listening to radio programmes was a family affair.

How they plotted their downfall

By Fidelis Manyange BIBLICALLY, when we talk of Samson and Delilah, it seems the trend has befallen our local...

Leonard Dembo the legend

By Fidelis Manyange THIS year marks 24 years since the death of sungura legend Kwangwari Gwaindepi, aka Leonard ‘Musorowenyoka’...

Musicians who had a brush with the law

By Fidelis Manyange BESIDES churning out people’s favourites and entertaining crowds in various entertainment joints, some musicians have hogged...

Sha Sha the star

ZIMBABWEAN-BORN songstress and the queen of the trending ‘Amapiano’ genre Sha Sha made Zimbabwe and southern Africa proud when she bagged the...

African values undermined

By Simba Jama AFRICANS have their own constitution, worldview and beliefs.  Yet their constitution, worldview and...

Heirloom chickens: Part Two…the politics, protocol and gender matrix of the roadrunner

FROM the pre-colonial annals of history to present day Zimbabwe, almost every indigenous clan or group of the Shona peoples were obliged...

The Dembo genius… do people really know him?

By Fidelis Manyange IT is now 25 years since the death of the legendary Leonard Tazvivinga, also known in...

The power of words

Rainbows in the Dust  By Chenjerai HovePublished by Baobab Books (1998)ISBN: 1-77909-001-3 WORDS, as has been...

Advice to musicians

By Fidelis Manyange IN addition to being drawn back by the COVID-19 lockdown, artistes have always been crying foul...
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