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LitFest Harare, the annual international literature festival, has announced the theme and dates for the 2020 edition of this extravaganza. Running under theme, “Ars Longa, Vita Brevis – Art is Long, Life is Short,” this year’s festival will run from 26 to 29 November. The festival will be held mostly virtually, but with a few in-person events.
On the 26th November 2020, Moto Republik in collaboration with Creatives Garage a creative hub in the heart of Nairobi, will support a Kenyan tour by two of Zimbabwe’s freshest new comedians Munyaradzi Guramatunhu and Tinaye.
As Simuka Comedy prepares to launch Simuka Comedy Virtual Festival founded by award winning comedian and promoter Doc […]
The UK based Afrosoul singer, Sharonrose Manhiri is set to release her debut single Khumbul’ekhaya on December 1. Khumbul’ekhaya is a feel good song, it’s smooth and soothing.
“The album artwork is the picture of Marechera and the title of the LP is the infamous letter to his German girlfriend Samantha.”
Cultural Connections Africa (CCA) has launched “CONNECTIONS AFRICA” the go-to online platform for promoters on the African continent. The platform will create a viable touring circuit in the continent for the first time by connecting promoters, artists, and booking agents to their best potential regional partners and collaborators.
As part of the campaign Tamba Africa will host a number of activities under the theme 16 Days of Artivism and most significantly stage the “Unbreakable Woman” mixed ability performance (i.e. including artists with disability).
At a young age of 26, she had managed to perfect her art as a trending fitness bunny and media personality. Given an ideal and flourishing geographical location, Moana could have been a multi-millionaire.
The next NAMA will be held on 27th February 2021 under the theme ‘Our Legacy, Our Pride’. These Legends Awards provide for a strategic postponement of the competitive 20TH NAMA whose hosting hung on the balance due to COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns.
The inaugural BIOSKOP Short Film Competition saw a total number of 42 short films being submitted this year from filmmakers across Zimbabwe, as well as Zimbabwean filmmakers in the diaspora (Europe). The selection was then whittled down to the final 5 winning films.