Zhakata returns to City Sports Bar

HARARE - Zora musician Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata and his Zimbabwe All Stars will perform at City Sports Bar in the capital tomorrow.

Tonight, he will be in Chitungwiza at Tanza Centre near Aquatic Complex.

Band manager, Ben Zhakata has promised a great show. “The band is in form, and fans should expect fireworks at this show. I encourage them to come in their numbers.”

Macheso back in Mash Central

SUNGURA maestro Alick Macheso is performing at Dotcom Gardens in Chinhoyi tonight before dating Club Changaz in Centenary on Saturday.

On Sunday, Macheso will take his Dzinosvitsa Kure album back to Harare at Zebra Village in Mbare on Sunday.

Kites for Peace Zimbabwe

MARK your diaries for the next Kites for Peace Zimbabwe event celebrating the International Day of Peace, with new energies and with the same message of joy and peace.

There will be charities of the Zimbabwe Cares Network, flying kites and so much more. This will be at Stephen Margolis Resort in Waterfalls on September 16.

Fab Fusion is back playing live at Amanzi Restaurant

TALENTED artistes Brennan and Faith are back playing their jazzy tunes, at Amanzi Restaurant along Enterprise Road for some fun and dancing. This will be on Sunday, September 16.

Fun quiz evening

THE Mustard Seed restaurant in Highlands. Arrivals 6pm onwards for a 6:45pm prompt start. Come along with a team or join up with a team when you get there. Advance booking essential. Quizmaster John Reid-Rowland. This will be on Tuesday, September 18.

Reps Theatre workshop

THERE will be a directing workshop this Saturday. Presented by Rory Kilalea in the Repteens Room, Reps Theatre from 10am. Open to all people interested in directing film or for the stage and booking essential.

Sungura Bae continues with fine form

Peter “Young Igwe” Moyo and his Utakataka Express continue with their fine form and today they will serenade patrons at Club Verve formerly Mutomba in Glen Norah.

On Saturday, they proceed to Nyabira for a show at Windmill Netombo Motel. They conclude the weekend with a family show at DZ Traveller Tarven in Dzivaresekwa. Show starts at 2pm. The sungura Bae has promised fireworks, inviting all music lovers for days to remember.

Baba Harare takes ‘Hat Dzemurara’ to Norton

Contemporary musician Baba Harare is in action again this weekend. On Saturday he takes his act to Club Oasis in Norton, Katanga and he has promised his fans nothing short of excitement.  He shares the stage with Dendera crooner Tryson Chimbetu who is sampling new songs.

Bev In Town

RAUNCH dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda is in town. Tonight she takes her act to Jongwe Corner. She shares the dancefloor with Zoey. On Saturday she takes her act “kumakomoyo” with a performance at Club Mandisa. She completes the weekend with a performance at Hollies Hotel.

Romeo Gasa, Jacob Moyana exchange notes

Sungura musician Romeo Gasa takes his act to Nyamapanda with a performance at Club Off Road tonight. He shares the stage with Jacob Moyana of the Kana Muchitidako fame. On Saturday he returns to the capital for a performance at Pamuchakata Sports Bar in Kuwadzana 5. He shares the stage with Blessing and Blade.

What is Fuckup Nights Harare?

FUCKUP Nights Harare is part of a global movement and event series that shares stories of professional failure.

Each month, in events across the globe, we get three to four people to get up in front of a room full of strangers to share their own professional Fuckup.

The stories of the business that crashes and burns, the partnership deal that goes sour, the product that has to be recalled, we tell them all. We do not aim to praise failure or encourage it, but rather to remove the stigma associated with it and learn from it.

Among the speakers are Simbarashe Mhuriro, Joseph Bunga and Donna-ray White. The event will be at Impact Hub Harare along Baines Avenue today starting at 6pm.

— (Additional diaries by Aquarius PR)


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