Zoey's school of dancing folds

HARARE - Pole dancer Zoey Sifelani’s School of Dancing set up in Harare last year to mentor housewives on matters of the bedroom and physical fitness appears to have ceased operations.

While the controversial dancer, who recently launched her debut music album called Totsemukira, refused to confirm the closure, she however admitted to the Daily News that her project failed to get the support she had hoped for.

“Initially the school was located at Avondale shops but I had to move it to my house due to low enrolment of students,” said Zoey.  “I was incurring a lot of expenses including rentals without corresponding income.”

People close to the dancer-cum-musician told the Daily News that Zoey’s ambitious project had folded as she is now stretched between music and pole dancing.

When she began what some commentators described as a crazy initiative, Zoey claimed she had been pressured by a number of married women who desired her advice on sexual matters into opening the school.

“Some married women who had seen my DVD Meet Zoey encouraged me to set up a structure to teach women some bedroom lessons and on how to keep fit,” Zoey said at the time.

The 27-year-old claimed she had been inspired by Oliver Mtukudzi’s Pakare Paye Arts Centre in Norton.

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