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Weekend Entertainment Review with Munashe Chokodza


The biggest dancing festival in the country, Jibilika Dance Festival began on Friday in Harare with international dancers being part of the colorful event that started 10 years ago. What made this event more interesting is the fact that it is a different type of entertainment. At the end of the festival, the Dzivarasekwa born Panashe Gabi walking away the winner of this year’s dance competition and is expected to represent Zimbabwe at the international platform in Germany.

Zebra Village

The Sungura’s best dressed musician, Peter ”Dhewa” Moyo celebrated his birthday on Sunday at Zebra Village in Mbare. The celebrations attracted a lot of sungura lovers in and around Mbare, though the show could not attract a full house.

Victoria falls

The Hot Property boss, Killer T had a show to remember in the resort town of Victoria Falls. Killer T who is riding high on his latest release ‘Vanoreva nhema’ which featured Urban Grooves crooner, XQ had a full house with many Zimdancehall fans from Victoria Falls turning up to watch their favorite artist in action. The show was part of Killer T’s five years celebrations in the music industry.

Archies Bar

Man of the moment in the Zimdancehall circles, Silent Killer had a blast of a show at the up class bar Archies alongside Dj Gary B. Silent Killer chose to go with soft songs which did not go down well with fans who were expecting a dose of hard core dancehall music.

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The Indian House, Harare

The Indian House in Harare hosted the opening ceremony of the second edition of the India in the Sunshine City Festival. The festival attracted a lot of Indian communities living in Zimbabwe and they had a nice time with plays and dances of their culture.

Reps Theatre

The first round of the auditions of DreamStar Zimbabwe was on at Reps Theatre in Belgravia. The talent show attracted a lot of talented youngsters in Zimbabwe which the organisers never expected. This platform was introduced by the Chinese Federation of Zimbabwe, Jacaranda Culture and Media Corporation with the idea of empowering local talented youths who are in the arts and culture sector to move from the backstage to the official stage.


The biggest choral group in Zimbabwe, Zimpraise rolled into camp in preparation of the 10th anniversary which will kick off next month at National Sports stadium. They are camping in Domboshava.

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