UZ bosses in allowance storm

Departmental chairpersons and faculty deans received US$1 000 and US$1 400 respectively, a source privy to the matter told NewsDay during the weekend.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 29, 2024

Mteki approaches Mukanya over Chivayo lavish offer

Last month Chivayo offered Mukanya a gift comprising a $200 000 luxury car and a $300 000 residence if he apologised for siding with the opposition.
By Style Reporter Apr. 14, 2024

Sir Wicknell: Poorest man in Zim

Is Chivayo really pleased and proud with himself that his masters in the Zimbabwean regime hounded a legend like Mapfumo out of his own country?
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Apr. 2, 2024

In the groove: Thomas Mapfumo: Principled and beyond reproach

 Chivayo said that Mukanya had fallen on hard times, a situation that could be easily remedied if he apologised to the ruling Zanu PF party. However, Mukanya was not moved.
By Fred Zindi Mar. 31, 2024

Mapfumo heads to Festac

The talented guitarist hopes that the 5th world's black and African festival of arts and culture will act as a springboard for him and his band.
By Tatenda Kunaka Mar. 29, 2024

Profile: Irish RareGoat - A Rising Musical Talent

Tinashe's journey from humble beginnings to the United Kingdom has been fueled by an unwavering passion for music.
By Style Reporter Mar. 21, 2024

Stay 'vigilant' amidst persecution, Mapfumo tells Winky D

Mapfumo, who resides in the United States, made these remarks following Winky D's lack of airplay on national radio and ZBC TV since the release of his album Eureka Eureka last year.
By Sindiso Dube Mar. 10, 2024

Guard against complacency

My mind flung to yesteryear, recalling the revolutionary Chimurenga music guru, Thomas Mapfumo.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Mar. 6, 2024

I could have been ‘mbinga’: Mukanya

Mapfumo said he could have been part of the elite class within the ruling party.
By Sindiso Dube Feb. 25, 2024