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  • Comrade Fatso & Chabvondoka

    [[[Samm Farai Monro, better known as Comrade Fatso, is one of Zimbabwe's most popular and controversial poets. He performs Toyi Toyi Poetry, radical street poetry that mixes Shona with English and mbira with hip hop. It's an art form that is an uprising against the bloody ZANU (PF) regime. If Robert read more
  • Diana Samkange ‘MaNgwenya’

    Diana Samkange, aka ‘MaNgwenya’ is a Zimbabwean musician based in Harare. She started her career with an urban music group called 2BG (Two Boys & A Girl) but after a short stint was groomed by the legendary Zimbabwean Afro-Jazz musician Tanga Wekwa Sando, who intensively tutored her vocal skills. [[[MaNgwenya comes read more
  • Mokoomba

      Mokoomba hail from a town called Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, a town that is home to the mighty waterfall also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (the smoke that thunders); one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The band's six members grew up as friends in Chinotimba township where they began read more
  • Netsayi

    Netsayi was born in London in 1973 to parents exiled from Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. While their dad was in the guerrilla camps of Mozambique and Zambia, Netsayi and her two siblings were raised by their mother in Camden. There were always other Zimbabweans passing through and there was always read more
  • Pamuzinda

    Pamuzinda Theatre Productions was established in 1990, after lamenting the absence of art and ignorance of culture among youth in Zimbabwe. The group was officially launched at a St Mary's New Highfield Catholic Church with the blessing of the Catholic Youth Association. The group faced a lot of criticism since read more
  • Vusa Mkhaya & Band

    Zimbabwean musician Vusa Mkhaya is propelled by the need to foster African culture through music and dance, and works wholeheartedly on improving people’s appreciation of traditional African music. “Some traditional forms of expression are already being threatened with extinction as people; mostly youngsters prefer modern, predominantly western cultural forms. As read more