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DJs Fantan, Levels To Pay Fine

The High Court has been reduced the 12-month jail term of three popular music promoters Arnold Kamudyariwa (DJ Fantan) Tafadzwa Kadzimwe (DJ Levels) and Damma, born Simbarashe Chanachimwe. Their sentence has been reduced to three months with an option to pay a $2 000 fine each coupled with conditions of …

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Music Streamers Turn To Telcos To Make Africa Pay

Africa, with its internationally recognised musical talent – and growing mobile phone use – is central to Swedish music streamer Spotify’s (SPOT.N) plans to extend its reach to a billion customers. As African artists such as Nigeria’s Burna Boy and South Africa’s Black Coffee are streamed across the world, the …

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Bars, Pubs Reopen

Cabinet has given licensed bars the greenlight to reopen after nearly 19 months of Covid-19 restrictions, which saw the showbiz and nightlife industry go into comatose. Ironically, the announcement was made as President Mnangagwa extended the Level 2 Covid-19 lockdown by a further two weeks. The Level 2 lockdown comes …

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Stop Sleeping With Married Women, Mliswa Tells Jah Prayzah

Outspoken Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has warned contemporary musician Mukudzei Mukombe, popularly known as Jah Prayzah, against sleeping around with married women. Using his Twitter account @TembaMliswa, the legislator said the singer’s practice, which had become a habit, would destroy his illustrious career and bring unnecessary scorn upon his character. …

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ZTA Partners Sport To Market Tourism

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has stepped up its domestic tourism marketing efforts by partnering Sports Tourism Inc to hold the Victoria Falls Sports Tourism Experience. The festival is scheduled for September 24 to 26 to promote sports tourism, marketing destination Zimbabwe and creating sustainable development for marginalised communities in …

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