Sazini Malaba Director Mthwakazi Queens-UK

Sazini Malaba, Zimbabwe’s Unsung Queen of Empowerment

By Staff Reporter UNITED Kingdom-based socialite and entrepreneur, Sazini Malaba is Zimbabwe’s unsung heroine who established Award winning Mthwakazi Queens UK. The organisation is a women’s community organisation that helps beneficiaries develop their self-worth, build resilience, self-economic empowerment and social stability for themselves, families and communities at large. Established in 2015, the organisation constitutes women

Frank Buyanga

Businessman Buyanga welcomes baby girl

By Staff Reporter PROMINENT businessman Frank Buyanga was blessed with a baby girl in the early hours of Tuesday and did not lose time in announcing the news on his Facebook. The African Medallion Group supremo welcomed his second child named Ariella Deborah and was showered with congratulatory messages by many followers and friends on

Buyanga splashes R8 million on Lamborghini Avedantor

By Staff Reporter BUSINESS came to a standstill on Monday when flamboyant South Africa based Zimbabwean businessman, Frank Buyanga rolled in and parked his expensive Lamborghini Avedantor S by Café Nush in Harare’s Avondale Shopping Centre. The car landed in Harare recently and is worth about R7.48 million in neighbouring South Africa. Buyanga is currently

Nine Miss Tourism models injured in Vumba bus accident

By Staff Reporter Mutare – Nine contestants in this year`s Miss Tourism Zimbabwe finals were injured Wednesday evening when a bus they were travelling in to a Vumba lodge overturned at 13 km peg along Vumba-Mutare road. Manicaland police spokesperson, Inspector Tavhiringwa Kakohwa confirmed the incident. He said there were 27 people aboard the bus

Zimbabwe sculpture artist bullish on growth of Chinese market

Xinhua Despite obtaining a motor mechanics diploma at a private college in Harare, Tendekai Tigere Tandi finds himself surviving on stone sculpting, something that he started as a hobby while in his pre-school age. Tandi is one of Zimbabwe’s self-taught, third-generation stone sculptors at Chitungwiza Arts Center, and he started commercial stone sculpting in 1998.

Zimbabwe Ambassador to Australia Joe Tapera Mhishi

Third ZAA Australia winners announced

By ShowBiz Reporter THE Zimbabwean diaspora community and friends came out in full force on Saturday night to celebrate some of the best achievers of the year at the Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) Australia 3rd Edition. Running under the theme, ‘Celebrating excellence and promoting the health and wellbeing of Zimbabweans in Australia’, the event was

Frank Buyanga likes the finer things in life

AMG founder scoops business leadership award

By Mary Taruvinga CONTROVERSIAL and flamboyant businessman Frank Buyanga who runs African Medallion Group (AMG) has won a prestigious award of the Pan African Humanitarian award for Excellence in Business Leadership in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) He was handed the gong at the fifth Pan African Humanitarian Summit and Awards ceremony popularly known as Africa’s

SAocialite Genius Kadungure and Cape Mint general managerHoward Steenkamp

Kadungure honoured with gold in SA

By Mary Taruvinga FLAMBOYANT businessman and socialite, Genius Kadungure was Thursday honoured by a South African company which is in the business of coin collecting and manufacturing, Cape Mint which is currently celebrating entrepreneurs doing well across the continent. Kadungure was gifted with a gold plaque engraved with his image. Cape Mint says such gifts are meant

Amanda Ngcono

UK based model to represent Zim at Miss Global International

By UK Correspondent  RISING model and current Miss World Zimbabwe UK, Amanda Ngcono has been chosen to represent the country at the Miss Global International beauty pageant in Jamaica. The event will be held at the Montego Bay Convention on the 28th of September this year. The young beauty will be battling it out against

ZAA founder and chairman Conrad Mwanza

ZAA breaks new ground with Canada edition

By UK Correspondent Zimbabwe Achievers Awards International (ZAA) have spread their wings further with the launch of the ZAA Canada edition which was held on Saturday at Radisson Hotel in Edmonton in a glittering ceremony that celebrated the vast array of Zimbabwean achievers in the North American country. The Inaugural ZAA Canada Awards Gala further

Harare’s world class city vision needs murals – artists

By Paidashe Mandivengerei  TWO Harare based visual artists have said they hope to collaborate with City Fathers in the capital to help it achieve its 2025 global city vision for the capital. Marcus Zvinavashe and Nyasha Jeche of CaliGraph told in an interview that their plan was to brighten the country’s capital city through murals.

Zim-Foods cultural event in pictures

By Paidashe Mandivengerei ZIMBABWE Food and Culture Festival roared into life Thursday at the Harare Gardens, running under the theme “Celebrating our cultural diversity”. The cultural festival, the brain child of First Lady, Auxillia Mnangagwa will run from the 23th to the 25th of May. As the theme says, the three-day event embraces cultural diversity

Hillary Makaya

Teen beauty queen Hillary Makaya delights in home purchase

By Paidashe Mandivengerei MULTI-award winning Zimbabwean teenage model, Hillary Makaya has revealed that she took from social media to buy herself a lavish house in South Africa. The 17-year-old model scooped the Miss Teen World Heritage and Miss Zim Intercontinental beauty peagant trophies in 2016 and 2018 respectively. Makaya took to her official Instagram page


Pokello: Leaked sex tape was my worst experience

By Showbiz Reporter POPULAR socialite Pokello Nare says her leaked sex tape some seven years ago was the worst experience in her life. The self-styled queen of swag said the video leak was something she never planned. Her two minute clip with ex-boyfriend, Desmond ‘Stunner’ Chideme enjoying some unprotected sex went viral on social media

Sinead Moodliar

British model, 19, found dead in sea

Mirror The family of a teenager who died after being found floating in the sea off the coast of South Africa is appealing for witnesses. Sinead Moodliar, 19, was on holiday in the resort town of Umhlanaga in the KwaZulu-Natal province when she was found in the ocean. The teenager, who was signed to a

Kheris Rogers

Flexin’ in her Complexion: Bullied girl a messenger of hope

By Associated Press NEW YORK: Kheris Rogers was in the first grade in a predominantly white private school in Los Angeles when she felt the bite of racism among her peers — she was being bullied because of her dark skin. She tearfully kept it to herself, eventually turning to her older sister, Taylor Pollard,