Weekend entertainment diary

HARARE - Tomorrow the country’s gospel fans will gather at Harare International Conference Centre to honour Mechanic Manyeruke’s four decade-long music career.

Manyeruke, who will receive a Jaguar XF on December 19 during a tribute dinner to be held in his honour, will launch a new album during tomorrow’s tribute concert.

The concert will feature artistes such as his son Guspy Warrior, Mathias Mhere, Kudzi Nyakudya, Pastor G, Mudiwa, Thembelami, Bethen Pasinawako-Ngolomi, Zimpraise, CCAP Voice of Mbare, Amos Mahendere and Agatha Murudzwa among others.

City Sports Bar

Two-time Mr Ugly winner William Masvinu is set to tie the knot in a mock wedding with his sweetheart Alice Chabhanga at the popular entertainment venue tonight.

Before the mock wedding Mr Ugly will move around the city centre in a convoy with the celebrated ugly man travelling in a tractor.

The ‘‘wedding’’ party is a celebration of Mr Ugly’s recent successful defence of his title.
At the same venue tomorrow, ‘Young Igwe’ Peter Moyo will be the main performer.

Jongwe Corner

Tonight the joint is hosting dancing sensation Beverly Sibanda popularly known as Bev.

Gute Nite Club

Located at Ziko shops in Seke, the popular venue will host Kireni Zulu and Marabi Queens tomorrow night.

Chikangwe Tavern, Karoi

Beverly Sibanda is set to share the stage with Extra Kwazvosetomorrow at this Karoi venue.

Holly’s Hotel

On Sunday the joint is hosting a triple birthday bash celebrating the lives of Joe Mentro, DJ Nash and Sani Makhalima.

The three will be supported by Beverly Sibanda and her Sexy Angels, Progress Chipfumo, Dino Mudondo, Mzimba and Arnold Gara among others.

Jazz 105

Harare’s most popular jazz venue is hosting the fourth edition of the annual all-white party tonight.

Tonight’s event features dendera musician Suluman Chimbetu and his Orchestra Dendera Kings, Cindy Munyavi, Clare Nyakujara and Diana Samkange.

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