Johannesburg, SA: Zimbabwean Born Global Citizen, Gilmore Tee was this week awarded 2020 GQ Best Dressed Man, making up the top 10 which includes South African creatives and entreprenuers – Jade Mosadi, Luyanda Sosibo, Joe Human, Mbulelo Faluti, Mpho Khosana, Lesley Mpofu, Grant Dyers, Khotso Makhele and Audrey Lunda.
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 10th annual edition of the Zim Hip Hop Awards is on and the nominees are out. This year the awards being held under the cloud of the Covid_19 pandemic are celebrating a decade of excellence and renewal with the emergence of new amazing talents.
Holy Ten, the freshman who has added the Holy Spice to the Zim Hip Hop flavour together with R Peels whose hard hitting bars have been tackling societal ills through music have been leading the race.
Fadzayi Mahere listed on the 100 Most Influential Young Africans list for 2020. The list is curated to recognise young Africans for their outstanding contributions towards the development of Africa in a diverse range of fields.
GUMIGURU 50 UNDER 30 EMERGING LEADERS CLASS OF 2020. The Purpose of the list is double pronged, first and foremost it is to formally recognise, acknowledge and celebrate young Zimbabweans, 30 years old and below, who are doing remarkable work.
Organisers of the 4th edition of the ROIL Bulawayo Arts awards today announced the list of the nominees for the awards event which will on 28th November 2020 in the City of Kings and Queens. This year a total of 4,376 nomination entries were submitted for the #RoilBAA20.
The US hosted African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) has released nominees for the 2020 edition and Zimbabwe has five artists nominated.
February 6, 2021 will be a bigger, better and more glamorous events ceremony. In this light, we call on all stakeholders who make this happen again as was the case in 2020.
Mark Madzinga is a Pianist, Songwriter, Producer, Music Teacher became the first Zimbabwean and one of the few African Pianists to be featured on Nord World Sessions