On September 16, 1994, children at Ariel school in Ruwa, Zimbabwe said they'd seen a 'UFO' and 'aliens with big eyes' in bush land near their school playground. The story was reported around the world.
From traditional rituals of music and dance, through the stirring choruses of the liberation war, to the songs of the popular stars and farmers' choirs today, the people of Zimbabwe present their music.
With advertising now ever-stretched across social networks, TV ads just don’t seem anywhere near as amazing as they used to be. Not like this CBZ TV advert (circa. 1995) promoting the technology of the day, ‘new 4th generation technology automated teller
Written by Charles Munganasa, Solo na Mutsai tells the story of two village lovers who are granted university scholarships. At university the two are exposure to city life which comes with risk that might derail their dreams.
Thandi is a teenager, ready for anything and ripe for love. She's flirting with womanhood and the township beckons. As her life spins out of control, Thandi has to learn that playing with love may mean toying with her life.
"But my dear Joan, the moment Kissinger had made his speech, the Foreign Office came out, with the full authority of the Foreign Secretary, with a very strong statement fully endorsing what had been ..."
Before samplers and synthesizers were a part of hip-hop’s fundamental equation, artists recorded with live bands in the studio.Watch Leonard Mapfumo perform backed by Those Guys Vacho and special guests.