They are known as SOUL, an acronym for Singers of United Lands. Four talented musicians from four different countries. They have toured the world sharing their diverse musical offering. This week they land in Harare.
It’s back! The second edition of the Shoko Festival is set for September and will this year host artists from South Africa, Botswana, Senegal, Germany, United Kingdom and the United States of America, among others.
Remember Alo Alo? It was the fine dining restaurant at Alliance Francaise de Harare that moved away earlier this year. In its place opens a funky, cosmopolitan new Bistro called Niche.
Gaming consoles will join large screens as portals into the world of animation when the third edition of the Zimbabwe Festival of Afrikan Inspired Animation (ZIMFAIA) fast forwards into motion in Harare this week.
Chief of Staff in Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's office, Ian Makone, caught out with his wife, Co-Home Affiars Minister, Theresa Makone, at an arts auction to raise money for the Chimanimani Arts Festival.
On Saturday June 30, 2012, Harare got a taste of DRC culture when the Alliance Francaise hosted a Congo independence celebrations day. The event featured crafts from the Congo (and Zimbabwe), cuisine from that country and scores of DRC nationals resident in Harare came along to celebrate.
When I saw the advert for South African musician Bongeziwe Mabandla’s show, I like many people, am sure, was wondering who this guy is. I had never heard of him at all and had a battle of wills about whether to go or not.
We got a sneak listen to South African Afro-Folk Music singer Bongeziwe Mabandla in rehearsal this afternoon and immediately fell in love with his voice. He reminded us of the Swazi soul sensation, Bholoja.