Sam Mtukudzi commemoration on tonight

HARARE - All roads tonight lead to Pakare Paye Arts Centre in Norton where a number of prominent musicians will take turns to entertain friends and fans of the late Sam Mtukudzi in a gig dubbed “Sam Mtukudzi Commemoration”.

While the main focus will be on Gary Tight, who will perform Sam’s songs, music fans will be thrilled as Oliver Mtukudzi will perform in what many believe will be an emotional display as the super star commemorates his lost son.

Other musicians who will add the glitz to the event include Suluman Chimbetu, Jah Prayzah and Alick Macheso.

Clare performs at Pablo’z dinner jazz night

Singing sensation Clare Nyakujara will tomorrow, Saturday perform at a dinner jazz night at Pablo’z, a beautiful establishment right in the hub of up-market Sam Levy’s Village, Borrowdale.

Nyakujara will kick start the Pablo’z dinner jazz night as the club promotes jazz singers who have had little space to showcase.

“I am thrilled to be performing on a jazz night, especially as I would be singing for diners. It is important that as jazz artistes we have a ground to perform and thankfully to Pablo’z Club for reviving our slot as I understand a number of other singers will be gracing the facility every week.

“I am happy to be the first to perform in this programme and I will be bringing a full band with me.”

Meanwhile, catch Rob Macson and other Electric Concepts DJ’s in the mix while going all out with an Open Bar at Pablo’z today from 3pm.

Sulu, Jah Prayzah date Kadoma

After performing at Sam Mtukudzi commemorations in Norton, Chimbetu and Jah Prayzah will take their acts to Kadoma tomorrow where they will share the stage at Odyssey Hotel.

On Sunday, Sulu will perform in Glendale at Club 007.

Macheso returns to Bindura

Sungura music star Alick Macheso will perform at Couch House in Bindura tomorrow before returning to Harare for a gig at Spaceman Bar in Glen Norah.

The shows are happening as the sungura ace releases his long awaited album Tsoka Dzerwendo on Monday, March 21 at the HICC in Harare.

Macheso is expected to sample the new album this weekend at most of his concerts — this coming in as there is fear that it might be pirated as well.

2016 Deaf Arts Festival

Emerald Hill School for the Deaf will tomorrow host the 2016 Deaf Arts Festival.

Performances will be from deaf learners across the country.

Performances include drama, poetry, dance, mime and public speaking.

Talking Guitars celebrate fifth anniversary

A number of artistes in form of Progress Chipfumo, Benjamin “Chitubu” Chidewe, Talking Guitars, Dino Mudondo, Jairos Chabvonga, Kessia, Rudo and Apama are all set to share the stage tonight at Club Las Vegas tonight in Harare.

The Volt

Rhumba at The Volt Night Club starting this and every Saturday from 7pm with DJs Cavassy, Savane, Mnari, Werra, Flevah and Gary B.

Oskid celebrations at Archies

DJ Sammy from Harare’s basement nightclub Archies will tonight host a celebration party for award-winning producer Oskid which will feature most of the dancehall musicians that he has produced including Killet T and Fungisai, Shinsoman, Ba-Shupi, Judah B and Dobba Don among a host of others.

DJ Sammy said: “We have put together a party to celebrate a great producer — he is doing wonders within the music circuit and as a club we decided to honour him. There will be lots of fun and suprises.”

Easter Concert

Northside Community Church, Pomona will host Livingstone’s Easter Concert today.

Long Cheng Plaza

The CareerAid Career Fair 2016 is the premier education and employment exhibition in Harare Zimbabwe.

It will take place at the Longcheng Plaza today at 8am.

The career fair is a high profile platform for organisations to present career pathways and further education opportunities — not only to students’ but also school leavers who wish to increase their employment prospects.

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