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Sharon Sibindi

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'Film sector drives economic growth'

Nkomo said this last Wednesday during a press briefing on the film Ziyanda whose production is expected to begin in November this year.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 4, 2022

KwaNtuthu Festival on the cards

The Inaugural KwaNtuthu Comedy Festival will run from October 27 to October 29 under the theme This is for you.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 4, 2022

Film production house calls for actors

The production house is seeking about 26 members between the ages of 13-42 from all over the country.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 11, 2022

1989 hit song evokes Gukurahundi debate

In Shona, Gukurahundi means the first rains that cleanse all the dirt; and in this context it is used to refer to ethnic cleansing. 
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 18, 2022

Mahlalela resumes production after Covid-19 break

The production was supposed to be shot in April 2020 but postponed due to Covid-19 which hit the world for the past two and half years.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 18, 2022

Foreign-based Imbube singer speaks on solo project

Nkomo, who is a member of Insingizi Emnyama group, also features artistes from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Congo and Burkina Faso on the album.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 2, 2022

Asakhe Film Festival dates set

He said the Asakhe Film Festival intends to highlight the importance of transitional justice using film and testimonies from some of the survivors. 
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 2, 2022

Biskop Short Film 2022 finalists announced

This year’s edition, which is the third contest, runs under the theme ‘Shifting Perceptions’. Change is difficult.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 2, 2022

Bayethe Nkosi to preserve Zim heritage

Dube told Standard Style that the play seeks to correct, preserve and promote Zimbabwe’s rich history and cultural heritage.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 2, 2022

My Beautiful Home contest over subscribed

“This year, 860 women took part in this contest by decorating their home with different shades of clay.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 2, 2022

Amagugu enhances Ndebele heritage

There was a Gqula Inkelo (Amarula kernel cracking) competition where the participants contested in cracking the kernels with nuts coming out unbroken.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 2, 2022

Sierra Leonean, Zim authors pen book on child marriages

Maremera told Standard Style that the book was a unique novel of literary work, which tackles some of the contemporary contextual women’s empowerment issues.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 9, 2022

Nobuntu to perform in US’s 15 states

Duduzile Sibanda told Standard Style that the tour is an opportunity for them to educate the US about Southern Africa, music origins, culture and tradition.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 9, 2022

Play gets standing ovation

Umkhathi Theatre Works, known for its energetic and outstanding performances, staged a scintillating show which gathered a massive crowd.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 16, 2022

God gave me second chance: Jeys Marabini

Marabini said the show is meant to thank everyone who was there for him during his time of illness.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 16, 2022

Penyai talks patriotism in new anthology

“The book is a collection of poems about Zimbabwe, Zimbabwean patriotism, its peace and unity,” Penyai said.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 16, 2022

Film director holds actors’ masterclass

“We tackled everything that has to do with acting for television," Mabuyane said.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 16, 2022

Manieca leads race in EU Film festival

“It was open to filmmakers from across Zimbabwe and in the diaspora (Europe/Africa).
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 23, 2022

SA’s Oscar Mbo heads for Zim

“We want to create awareness for drug abuse and depression,” Da Grooveman said.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 23, 2022

Ziyanda calls for actors auditions

“A large number of actors have already registered.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 23, 2022

Gukurahundi documentary major highlight at Asakhe Film Festival

The festival starts tomorrow until October 28 under the theme Truth and Memory.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 23, 2022

Mambazo Phiri pays tribute to Jeys

The welcome back show comes after Jeys took a break from music due to illness.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 30, 2022

Prison inmate releases album

“I recently released an EP titled 2 Wrongs’ produced by Kirah Music,” X-Qon said.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 30, 2022

Chief Mathema fears Gukurahundi ‘whitewash’

But the chiefs vehemently objected after dismissing the idea as an attempt to sweep the emotive matter under the carpet, Sunday Southern Eye  heard.
By Sharon Sibindi and Silas Nkala Oct. 30, 2022

120 respond to Ziyanda auditions call

Over 120 people auditioned for Ziyanda the Movie last week at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 30, 2022

Right attitude keeps Sandy going

The 40-year-old dancer-cum singer has been in the music industry for two decades and keeps re-inventing her image and sound.
By Sharon Sibindi Nov. 6, 2022

Mnangagwa running scared, says Chamisa

CCC Bulawayo proportional representation legislator Jasmine Toffa was left nursing a broken hand after she fell victim to the violence.
By Sharon Sibindi Nov. 6, 2022

Jane the Ghost myth retold in film

Jane the Ghost is a retell of a Bulawayo urban ghost myth passed from generation to generation.
By Sharon Sibindi Nov. 12, 2022

Ebony Sheikh on ‘Kasi’ tour.

The group’s founder George “Phahlane” Ndlovu revealed that the tour is meant to reconnect with fans post Covid-19.
By Sharon Sibindi Nov. 13, 2022

Litso holds fashion show on GBV

The event will be held at Hope Centre on November 26, coinciding with the 16 Days of Activism Against GBV.
By Sharon Sibindi Nov. 20, 2022