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Tendai Sauta

Tendai Sauta

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Uplifting ghetto youths is our priority: Gyver

The organiser, Blexs Gyver said that this year they decided to trim the categories to half from 50 as part of a rebranding exercise.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 5, 2022

Dorcas Moyo UK-bound

The Mutare-based singer is scheduled to depart today courtesy of Y2K Entertainment Promotions who are the tour organisers.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 6, 2022

Katonganara, a model and drum salvage

Katonganara recalls that his aspirations to become a model to advertise fashion brands grew as early as his primary school days.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 8, 2022

Mugabe film spurs Mashingaidze-Zimbizi to stardom

In the film, produced by Eastgate Films, Mashingaidze-Zimbizi starred as Grace Mugabe
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 24, 2022

Mbira star Hope in collabo with German pianist

Masike, who was gorgeously dressed in African attire on each of her two sets, created an enchanting moment.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 28, 2022

All set for inaugural Nyanga culture fest

The festival, being organised by Nhimbe Trust and partners, will run under the theme Cultural Heritage Tourism and Climate Change
By Rejoice Phiri and Tendai Sauta Oct. 4, 2022

Govt challenges visual art teachers

The second day of the arts fiesta featured mbira player Hope Masike as a guest performer.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 5, 2022

Engage in arts to heal mental health problems

Mental health is a big issue at the moment affecting everyone directly or indirectly. Artists are not spared and sadly sometimes as artists mental health is addressed when it is too late.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 11, 2022

Dance groups add sparkle to Ndau fest

This year’s event saw in excess of 2 000 people attending the show in Chipinge.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 11, 2022

Mutare creatives shine at ZNCC awards

The awards, hosted annually since 2013, celebrate the successes of women in business.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 13, 2022

Zimpraise in free live recording

South Africa's Joyous Choir showcased Zulu, Xhosa, Shangaan folk and traditional gospel music in addition to hymn classics full of movement and dance.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 17, 2022

Shake off idleness, mbira musician tells youth

A mbira player since the age of six, Taffie holds a BSc Honours in Music Business, Musicology and Technology from the Midlands State University.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 18, 2022

Zambian visual artist delves into mental health issues

The mental health of artists, or the average person is something people prioritise, Few people know how to take care of their mental well-being.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 19, 2022

Arts council extends Nama entries submission date

Nama Golf Day was a precursor to the 2023 edition of the Nama awards ceremony to be held on February 26 next year
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 24, 2022

Arts council, Chenhaka Trust capacitate Manicaland artists

Moyo revealed that interaction with artists across genres during the workshop showed that they were armed with arts management and business knowledge.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 25, 2022

Mangoma, a man of multiple talents

NewsDay Weekender caught up with Mangoma, who shared his experiences in the competitive showbiz industry.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 29, 2022

Chikosi takes White Yet Black film to Malawi

The film also dispels some of the myths and misconceptions around albinism.
By Tendai Sauta Oct. 31, 2022

‘Let’s nurture gender equality mindset from childhood’

Using a set or sets of big and small alphabet letters children can learn spellings with the help of a cloth book with a graded list of vocabulary.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 2, 2022

Artiste hails Nyanga Arts Festival

The award-winning singer reckons that festivals are vital platforms to uplift and nurture artists.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 3, 2022

Yenge Family targets diverse market

Our fans will soon get the very best of our musical act at the arts gathering to be held on Saturday at the Alliance Francaise in Harare
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 3, 2022

Nyakanyanza’s statues exude persuasion, aesthetic beauty

The majority of his works are on springstone, cobalt, fruit serpentine, butter jade and green opal, among other stone types.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 4, 2022

Music producer Mukundu honoured

Mono was recognised for being a pacesetter and an inspiration to both up-and-coming as well as established musicians at the MCS graduation
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 7, 2022

Shake off idleness, Mbira musician tells youths

Taffie shot into the limelight through his debut album Mavambo meaning the beginning
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 18, 2022

Thespians lament state of Zim theatre

Above all, the forum was meant to reflect on best practices for thespians and mapping out good strategies for the development of theatre in Zimbabwe.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 22, 2022

Embassy showcases South Korean movies in Harare

Korean ambassador to Zimbabwe, Bongkae Do said films do not only entertain, but they also educate and raise awareness and explore certain issues in society.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 23, 2022

Stage set for Mangoma’s Dzagogo launch

The launch has been set for Reps Theatre in Belgravia, Harare.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 28, 2022

Ndlovu animates The Wonder Girl

Ndlovu believes he improves on his each time he creates a piece of beautiful work of art and he has kept creating competition for himself over the years.
By Tendai Sauta Nov. 29, 2022

Look beyond yourselves, girls urged

The family institution is important in intilling moral values and championing the fight against GBV.
By Tendai Sauta 3h ago