Gospel diva Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave has vowed to halt releasing albums any time soon citing little attention given to albums by radio stations.
She was speaking in an interview with 263Chat following the release of two videos for her single, “Kumusoro,”.
Fungisai stressed that she is not
Reigning Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei Technologies has released a slick Mate 20 Pro which is being rated as the best Android phone in 2018 due to its advanced specs.
The first notable hardware future on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the increased screen size which
Opposition politician Tendai Biti has shifted goal posts on his request to be furnished with a trial date and has told the Harare Magistrates Court to wait on his High Court challenge against improper arrest.
State prosecutor, Michael Reza had provided Biti with three trial dates
Seasoned gospel songstress Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave has revealed that she joined Zimdancehall as a positive alternative for her children and debunk myths that the genre is only about obscenities.
Fungisai raised people’s eyebrows two years ago when she dropped her comeback buster titled ‘Vanondibatirana’ featuring Killer
The MDC’s 19th anniversary which had been previously slated for mid-September but put on hold after the Zimbabwe Republic Police put a lid on public gatherings in the wake of cholera outbreak is now set for 27 October at Gwanzura Stadium.
The Commission of Inquiry into the 1st of August 2018 post-election violence has come under a spotlight after the investigating team denied private media access to the public hearings opened today.
By Costa Nkomo and Jeoffrey Ncube
MDC and Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) described the
Raradza is well know for his video which trended on Youtube in 2011, https://youtu.be/FK6eJ35lX24 of him warning villagers to toe the party line over the referendum or be treated as 'rebellious persons' who will be beaten by the war vets and youth militia
The MDC deputy chairperson and Harare East legislator Tendai Biti has described the ruling party Zanu PF as clueless and incompetent amid economic meltdown which have seen the government moving to institute the two percent electronic transactional tax among other new financial reforms aimed at