Mhere to showcase new album tomorrow

HARARE - Tomorrow Mathias Mhere will showcase his new album Nguva Yenyasha in Harare Gardens where he will be supported by fellow gospel star Bethen Pasinawako-Ngolomi.

On Sunday the Harare Gardens will host Charles and Olivia Charamba who will share the stage with music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi.

RBG Top Sungura The rising group RBG Top Sungura will be in Harare’s Mufakose suburb at Gunners Night Club tomorrow. RBG will share the stage with Lady G.

Bev

Tonight Bev and her Sexy Angels will rock Joy Centre at Chitubu Shopping Centre in Glen Norah before going to Mutare for a show at Soul City tomorrow.

On Sunday, the controversial entertainer will perform at Holly’s Hotel in Harare.

Zim’s Finest Gig at Andy Miller

Crowd-pullers Alick Macheso, Suluman Chimbetu and Oliver Mtukudzi are expected to bring the house down at Andy Miller Hall tonight in a gig organised by the ZimCafe Restaurant.

Macheso, Extra Kwazvose invade Mutare

Tomorrow Macheso and his Orchestra Mberikwazvo will entertain revellers at Pick n Save joint popularly known as paMupfumi before returning to the capital city for a show at Mega One Bar on Sunday.

Interestingly, Extra Kwazvose-an off-shoot of Macheso’s Orchestra Mberikwazvo, will also be in Mutare tomorrow. The up and coming sungura group will perform at Murapa Tavern in the Eastern border town.

Before making the long trip to Mutare, Extra Kwazvose would have performed in Chitungwiza at Manyame Gardens tonight.

Dendera Explosion

National Arts Merit Award (Nama) winner Suluman Chimbetu will officially launch a new entertainment joint called PaHuku in Harare’s Hillside suburb tomorrow.

The dendera music star is being raised high in Bulawayo by Suluman’s uncle Allan who is currently touring Matabeleland.

Tonight, the sibling of the late dendera music legend Simon Chimbetu will perform in Victoria Falls at Kudu Club before descending on the mining town of Hwange tomorrow to perform at GK Sports Bar.

On Sunday Allan Chimbetu will hold a show in Bulawayo at MaPlanka Shopping Centre in New Lobengula Suburb.

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