ARTS & CULTURE

Anti-sanctions gala roars to life

Herald Reporter Preparations for the SADC Anti-Sanctions Gala set for the Harare International Conference Centre this evening are at an advanced stage, with a number of top artistes set to perform. Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Chief Director – Government Programmes and Messaging, Jonathan Gandari, said the gala was important as it was […] The Herald …


The return of physical walks

Roselyne Sachiti – Features, Health & Society Editor Two years ago, just before the Covid-19 pandemic changed the way people socialise in Zimbabwe and across the globe, various corporates held runs in commemoration of the breast cancer month, the tree planting day and other events. Enthusiastic runners of all ages dotted pink, yellow and green in […] The Herald …


Inside Mtengwa’s Scottish wedding

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Lifestyle Writer A few, if there are any, would dare try and organise their own wedding. This is because planning a wedding is not only a celebration but a full time job for those who are in the industry. One such big name in the industry is David Tutera, an American celebrity […] The Herald …








JUST IN: Trevor Dongo falls victim to impostor syndrome

A -23-year-old Harare man today admitted to duping people of their money using an Ecocash number registered in musician Trevor Dongo’s name and also asking for sexual favours from women via a Facebook account which was also registered in the singer’s account. The Herald …