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ZIMA AWARDS

PPC Zimbabwe Music Awards Full Nominees List Zima organisers have announced the full list of nominees that will be battling it out for honours at an awards ceremony set to be held on February 20 in the capital. BEST COVID 19 SONG Baba Harare x Kapfupi -CoronaIndosakusa – COVID-19Nutty O …

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ZIMA unveils nominees, helps fight Covid-19

By Tatenda KunakaThe Zimbabwe Music Awards (ZIMA)’s newly introduced category of Best Covid-19 Awareness Song is meant to help sensitise the populace on the coronavirus.In an interview with Nhau, ZIMA spokesperson Benjamin Nyandoro said the newly introduced category had received an overwhelming response.“We should recognise the role being played by …

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Oliver Mtukudzi: Remembering A Legend

Tuku Music releases posthumous album‘The wounds are still fresh’Todii turned into monster Amapiano hit By Kundai Marunya Chief Reporter Singing from the graveThe late icon Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi keeps giving his fans unmatched musical compositions, his signature for over four decades, this time from the grave.Today marks 2 years since …

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Tuku: All we remain with are memories

By Silence Charumbira It’s two years since the death of icon Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi – and man do we miss him.A global superstar who had traversed magnanimous stages across the world, Tuku was for me one of the most consistent people that I have ever interacted with.With Covid-19 decimating populations …

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Tuku’s Todii turned into Amapiano hit

Nhau Correspondent On January 23, 2019, Zimbabwe lost a legend.Arguably the greatest Zimbabwean musician to ever grace the stage, microphone in hand.Oliver Mtukudzi was not just a darling to local music fans, his popularity extended beyond international boundaries. Even from his grave, Tuku is still causing waves in the music …

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‘The wounds are still fresh’: Artists remember Tuku

A lot has been written about the late Dr Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi.He was a leader and an artist par excellence, who assumed the role of a father to the Zimbabwean music industry through his contributions.He associated with both the young, upcoming musicians and veteran artists.Artists like Mbeu, Garry Tight, Vimbai …

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Pakare Paye Arts Centre: Norton’s pride

By Tawanda Matanhire Driven by a passion for grooming raw talent – the late Dr Oliver Mtukudzi built and equipped Pakare Paye Arts Centre.Located in the Knowe area of Norton, the arts centre was established in 2003 as a performance platform for developing and fostering young talent in many practical …

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Legacy lessons from late Tuku

There is a raging debate among historians, political scientists, academics and journalists around the world, particularly in Europe and the United States of America about Donald Trump’s legacy.What’s Trump’s legacy? How will Trump be remembered; as the first president to be impeached twice? Are there positive accomplishments the Trump administration …

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MAHWINDO’S LOCKDOWN HEARTBREAK

‘… I feel defeated, pained’ By Chipo Chabarwa Businesswoman, socialite and philanthropist Wanisayi “Mahwindo” Mutandwa is a woman in distress.The second wave of the coronavirus, which has seen Government departments reducing staffing levels to just 10 percent and a stricter Level 4 national lockdown put in place, has hit her …

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Peter Moyo engages ‘friends’ for Maricho KwaMoyo

By Ray Munyoro Peter Moyo has engaged different musicians and instrumentalists for his forthcoming album titled Maricho KwaMoyo.The development will see renowned guitarists and drummers from a number of sungura groups working with the Utakataka Express leader on the project set for release this April.Baba Harare, Tatenda Pinjisi and Madiz …

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