Bev, Zoey shows in doubt

HARARE - The much-advertised concert which was to pit Beverly Sibanda, Peter Moyo and Freddy “Kapfupi” Manjalima at Zimhunhu Bar in Epworth tonight is likely to be a flop as the raunchy dancer Sibanda is still behind bars.

Sibanda and her mentor Zoey Noleen Sifelani were arrested on Wednesday facing “Indecent exposure.”

However, Sibanda’s manager told the Daily News yesterday that he is running up and down with lawyers so that the “girls” will be released.

“The shows are still on and I hope they will be released soon because in actual fact there is no offence committed by them as they are fully registered, the police is only reacting to people’s outcry.

“In our shows people under the age of 19 are not allowed, no cameras and the girls are allowed even to wear only a G-string according to the law,” he said.

Sibanda is also expected to clash with her mentor and the Bulawayo-based Girls La Musica tonight at City Sports Bar in Harare while tomorrow she is likely to put Masvingo’s Ritz bar on fire.

On Sunday Bev as Sibanda is fondly known to her fans will perform at her favourite joint — Shambare Bar in Mbare in Harare.

Kapfupi will be performing at the Kadoma Agricultural Show before moving to Patchway Mine on Sunday where he is expected to thrill fans.

Popular radio personality Dr Zobha is returning to H and J Nite Club in Seke’s Chikumbamarara shops by public demand.

Zobha will entertain patrons at the nite club together with an all female dance group — the Blue Virgins.

Chikumbamarara is a leisure spot located in Seke rural area and it is complimenting other entertainment joints such as Warren Park’s Mereki, Ziko in Seke, KwaFatso in Glen Norah, Malvern shops (kwaZindoga) among others.

Since entertainment lovers now prefer driving further afield in search of “real entertainment”— the place is increasingly becoming popular owing to its rural environment.

The place found on the three kilometre  peg from Ziko Shops in Seke and 6km from Makoni Shopping Centre in Chitungwiza. It lies between Ziko and Dema Growth Point.

New Life Nite Club in Budiriro suburb of Harare is hosting the fast rising dendera artiste Tryson Chimbetu on Saturday.

The Budiriro joint is hosting a one man pool tournament on Saturday and Sunday.

Sons of the legendary Leornard  Morgan and Tendai Dembo are performing in Gweru at Oki Chobi tonight and they are going to be supported by Pala Fala dance group.

King of Marabi music Kireni Zulu is dating Queensdale Sports Club in Harare tonight while he will be expected at Tsungubvi Beer Hall in Glendale tomorrow.

Zora ace Leonard Zhakata is returning to Mutare where he is expected to perform at the Pavilion Nite Club tonight.

Renowned mbira queen Chiwoniso “Rebel Woman” Maraire will serenade The Cave Affair Coffee Bar and Restaurant, the home of jazz in Domboshawa tomorrow.

The 36-year-old Amai singer will perform at the Domboshawa joint for the first time.

She will be supported by T Connection a jazz outfit and mbira dance group, a resident band at the Cave Affair.

The Cave Affair an entertainment hub which opened its doors to the public five years ago is located in Domboshava, 30 kilo metre drive from the capital, then half a kilometre from the highway.

The tranquil joint has two thatched bars which sell virtually all brands of imported and local beer.

A Generator which has the capacity to power the whole area is usually on standby.

The joint which faces the charming Domboshawa Hill is surrounded by thick forest of Muzhanje and Musasa trees to give a refreshing look.

The joint offers traditional dishes including mhunga, zviyo, chicken (road runners) mazondo — the place is suitable for various functions such as birthday ceremonies, outdoor seminars and weddings. - Vasco Chaya


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