Nkiwane opens up on his love for art

  UNITED Kingdom-based visual artist, Tamsanqa Nkiwane (27) was in the country over the last two months, during which he had time to explore Bulawayo’s arts scene. Nkiwane, who recently completed his Master of Arts degree in Painting at Royal College of Art in London, is constantly searching for new expressions in his work. By Sharon Sibindi After losing his parents at a tender age, Nkiwane, who also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art, was adopted together with his brother. He recently held his Eitha Unguswi Zim/City…

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Zim reaches out to foreign investors


A HIGH-POWERED Zimbabwean delegation will be off to London next week for a conference, as the investment-starved country moves to lure foreign investors. The two-day Zimbabwe London Investment Forum, Zimdaba London 2018, which runs between March 15 and 16, brings together business leaders and investors from the United Kingdom and Europe to discuss and action investment opportunities in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean delegation includes seven Cabinet ministers, representatives from Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC), Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI), Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) and Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA). According…

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Ngwenya back home for gospel fiesta

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UNITED Kingdom based gospel musician, Timothy Ngwenya has returned home for a gospel fiesta, the Taurai Neni Concert, in which he has roped in top local gospel artistes Mechanic Manyeruke, Kudzi Nyakudya and Bethany Pasinawako-Ngolomi among others to be held at Memorial Hall in Harare on Saturday. The musician, who arrived in the country on Monday night, told NewsDay yesterday after rehearsals that fans will be in for a treat as comedian Tyra “Madam Boss” Chikoko will be the master of ceremony. BY LIFE & STYLE REPORTER Ngwenya said the…

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