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Agatha Chuma

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Be creative to define your brands: Sigauke

Born and bred in Chitungwiza, the hip-hop singer, songwriter and mbira player always wanted to represent his roots, which is why he fused mbira into his music.
By Agatha Chuma Aug. 30, 2022

Pfumojena takes Bunker of Zion show on tour

He is actually on a mission to tell stories of his roots through content he produces proving that changing culture is not something on his bucket list.
By Agatha Chuma Aug. 30, 2022

Condolences pour in for Manatsa's widow

Her eldest son, Green, confirmed the death to NewsDay Life & Style saying funeral arrangements were yet to be announced.
By Agatha Chuma Aug. 30, 2022

Gwevedzi relishes Play Music on the Porch performances

The event invites musicians to revive the tradition of gathering, singing and playing music.
By Agatha Chuma Aug. 31, 2022

Amadhuve on a mission to uplift fellow female artists

Lishomwa is one of those artistes who prefer to be addressed by her totem Madhuve, referring to the zebra animal species. As a result, she has come to be called Sasha Amadhuve.
By Agatha Chuma Aug. 31, 2022

Bundu series captures poaching issue

Poaching has morphed into a serious crisis as it is now being enabled by extensive and increasing corruption among park rangers and customs officials.
By Agatha Chuma Aug. 31, 2022

Daily life struggles reflected in Burning Figure

Ndlovu, who is a resident artist at Bulawayo’s National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ), said the reason behind the artwork was to motivate people that to every cloud there is a silver lining.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 1, 2022

Miss Ecotourism on anti-drug abuse campaign

Running under the theme Say No to Drugs, the campaign is targeting private colleges in Rimuka and Ingezi.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 5, 2022

Chitungwiza poetry convergence inspires poets

The quarterly Chitungwiza Poetry Convergence is a platform that enables poets to share ideas to improve their crafts
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 5, 2022

Broken Lives brings infertility issues under spotlight

The storyline revolves around two best friends, Rudo and Moira, who are both struggling to have children in their marriages.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 6, 2022

Teacher branches into music

Dziwanyika, who is also a novelist, promised to keep pursuing his music sub-career.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 7, 2022

Mubayi finds joy in giant sculptures

“For an artist to be recognised, I believe you need to work on massive monumental pieces for outdoor display in different areas like parks, museums or zoos,” he noted.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 7, 2022

There is life in paint and brush: Chaumbezvo

Chaumbezvo  has been eking out a living from paintings for about 17 years in Harare’s central business district.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 8, 2022

When one desires to change the world through the pen

The Chihota-born author describes herself as an ambitious, introvert realist writer who is still on a journey of learning, unlearning and relearning.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 8, 2022

Model uses fitness training to fight drug abuse

The social media comments which I receive after posting a video of my sessions also give me strength as I come to know that I will be inspiring someone out there.
By Agatha Chuma Sep. 10, 2022

Zemura speaks through visuals

Since childhood, Zemura had a passion for art, and this saw him participating in drama and traditional dance while at both primary and high school.
By Agatha Chuma Dec. 10, 2022