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The Chronicle Brandon Moyo, Sports Reporter. THE Mr Bulawayo Bodybuilding Championship show will be held at the Amphitheatre on 29 October. The show is going to be the first championship to be hosted in Bulawayo in three years after covid-19 put a stop to it. The competition falls under the National Federation of Zimbabwe Body…

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The Chronicle Mbulelo Mpofu, Showbiz ReporterArtists in the city have established a book club. The Bulawayo Book Club met for the first time last month. A book discussion club is all about a group of people who meet to discuss a book or books they have read and review them, express their opinions, likes, dislikes,…

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The Chronicle Mthabisi Tshuma, Showbiz Reporter Fast-rising gospel musician, Themby Blossoms (real name Thembelani Nkiwane) has released her debut album titled Remember Me. The album was launched virtually last week through a WhatsApp platform as means for the South African based artistes to give her fans a chance to mingle with her and be the…

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The Chronicle Mthabisi Tshuma, Showbiz Reporter SOUTH Africa-based music outfit Sisters of Paradise are doing the country proud with a genre that they call Maskandi Gospel, which has caught the attention of many. Maskandi Gospel is a mixture of Maskandi, Zulu folk music that has evolved within Southern African society and gospel music, a traditional…

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The Chronicle Angela Sibanda, Showbiz ReporterBulawayo-based female club DJ, Crazy Dee (real name Duduzile Gasela) is set to take her 35th birthday celebration to Plumtree town this month-end. [embedded content] Scheduled for July 30, the birthday bash will see a host of female artistes who include, hip-hop princess Noluntu J, Novuyo Seagirl, Boocie, LaDee and…

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The Chronicle Blessing Karubwa, Business Reporter THE Lupane Women’s Development Trust (LWDT) says its operations continue to impact positively on members’ livelihoods with close to 4 000 women entrepreneurs benefitting. The organisation, which started in 2010 has a membership of about 3 708 women around the district whose operations impact more on hundreds of families…

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The Chronicle Leonard Ncube, Victoria Falls Reporter A LOCAL Information Communication Technologies (ICT) company Edutech has mobilised tablets worth over US$1.5 million for distribution to schools countrywide in an effort to support digital learning and enhance e-learning. Edutech is working in partnership with Rural Optimum Schools Empowerment (ROSE) foundation and distributed 2 000 tablets to…

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The Chronicle CAF has confirmed that the African Super League will be launched next month in Tanzania, with the prestigious tournament set to kick off in August 2023. Last year at the Extraordinary General Assembly in Egypt, the 54-member association “unanimously voted to go-ahead” with planning the competition and issued a mandate to CAF president…

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