May 18, 2019

Red Fox reopens

RED Fox Hotel is back! The once popular home of reggae and dancehall a few years back is set to reopen its doors on May 25. Located in Greendale opposite Food Lovers Market, the joint opens under new management with the ... Read More »

May 18, 2019 0






Hail the NAMA 2019 winners!

KANJIVA . . . Enzo Ishall speaks after recieving his award Arts Reporters It was a night to remember at the National Arts Merit Awards at the Harare International Conference Centre when artistes were awarded in various categories for their outstanding ... Read More »

Apr 15, 2019 0



Apr 13, 2019

Ivy Kombo in string of collaborations

Ivy Kombo’s relationship with local artistes seems so strong. Despite being away for more than a decade, the United Kingdom-based diva’s recent short stay in the country saw her clinching collaborations with three musicians. Two of the collaborations will ... Read More »

Apr 13, 2019 0


Apr 13, 2019

Olinda and Tytan welcome new born baby

UNITED KINGDOM based Zimbabwean businesswoman and socialite, Olinda Chapel and husband Tytan Monday welcomed their new born child at John Radcliffe hospital. The couple tied the knot in March last year and recently celebrated their baby shower. Njabulo ‘Tytan’ Nkomo, who ... Read More »

Apr 13, 2019 0


Apr 12, 2019

Gary Tight attacked

Talented Afro-pop musician, Gary Tight, was attacked by a group of men last Saturday in Dziveresekwa. Gary had attended the Sungura versus Zim Dancehall football match and show at Dzivarasekwa Stadium where he also performed. The social media was awash with ... Read More »

Apr 12, 2019 0


Apr 12, 2019

Sulumani endorses Joe Local’s album

Dendera musican Sulumani Chimbetu silenced critics as he endorsed his former publicist Joe “Local” Nyamungoma’s second album at a launch held at Red Café Wednesday evening. The endorsement comes after widespread rumours that there was bad blood between Chimbetu ... Read More »

Apr 12, 2019 0


Apr 11, 2019

I am not a slay queen: Rachel J

Rachel Jambaya, affectionately known as Rachel J, who rose to fame when she appeared on six billboards in greater Harare promoting her new single “Makwikwi”, says she is not a slay queen, but an artist. “My music is about who ... Read More »

Apr 11, 2019 0