Social influencer Dj Towers given a car

The witty but cheeky Dj Towers is a holder of a Bachelor of Accounting Degree from the Midlands State University, Marimbe is one example of social influencers who have managed to monetize their hustle.  Continue reading Social influencer Dj Towers given a car

Open letter to The Stallion _ Enzo IShall _ by Marshall Shonhai

Dear Enzo, I hope I find you well and trust you have started this year of our Lord 2020 very well. You have been on my mind for a while now and I have decided to pen this letter to you. I could have put it in your inbox but decided to write it openly so that all of us can draw some lessons from how I have personally interpreted some of the key events in your musical journey in the just-ended year. Continue reading Open letter to The Stallion _ Enzo IShall _ by Marshall Shonhai

Zimbabwe to get the biggest laugh at SEKERERA Harare International comedy festival

The country has been going through a lot of hardships over the past years and in the midst of grief and strife, comedians have been creating lemonade from the sour situation giving people the best laugh and the much needed comic relief. The steady growth will this year get a shot in the arm in the form of the Inaugural Sekerera Harare International Comedy Festival (SHICOF) to run from the 7th to 9th of  August. Continue reading Zimbabwe to get the biggest laugh at SEKERERA Harare International comedy festival

Winky D a brainiac philosopher preaches perseverance in Njema _ Part 2: #Earground

Gafa is a brainiac, a philosopher and he’s probably got a very high IQ (Intelligence Quotient) again, this sets him far apart from other artists in his genre. His obsession with extraterrestrials, metaphysics and sophisticated technology demystifies the view that musicians are people without substance  Continue reading Winky D a brainiac philosopher preaches perseverance in Njema _ Part 2: #Earground

A crisis of Imagination haunts Zimbabwean music

Our failure to re-imagine coupled with our undying love for anything foreign poses a great threat on the great wealth of authentically Zimbabwean music legacy created by the late Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi, the Bundu Boys, Ilanga, Master Chivero, Chiwoniso Maraire, Lovemore Majaivana, Fortune Muparutsa, the Runn Family, Dorothy Masuka, Thomas Mapfumo, Paul Matavire, Edwin Hama, Andy Brown and many more amazing sons and daughters of Zimbabwe. These artists created signature music that will live for generations to come, songs whose messages still resonate with today and tomorrow. Continue reading A crisis of Imagination haunts Zimbabwean music