[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has granted local artistes the go ahead to resume live shows but with strict conditions not to entertain more than fifty people in the venues.
[The Herald] Zimdancehall chanter Obey Makamure, known as Tocky Vibes, has left tongues wagging because of his latest fashion sense, which some view as weird.
[The Herald] Hip-hop musician Desmond Chideme, known as "Stunner" in music circles, has said he has grown to a level where he no longer wants to be identified by a genre, but by brand power.
[New Frame] The eclectic poet, beatboxer and performer unpacks his debut nine-track album 'Living Forever', recounting his unconventional journey and the importance of having faith.
[The Herald] Arts Correspondent
[Namibia Economist] Kwaito singer EES recently dropped his second single '100' off his new album Game Changer. The track is a very minimal style afro beat with the chorus straight starting off with, 'They said I could not do it, but I don it."
[The Herald] Senior Arts Reporter
[Nairobi News] Gospel singer Kambua Mathu is back on your screens after she a difficult break.
[The Herald] Senior Writer
[Zimbabwe Standard] Award-winning South Africa-based rapper and creative, Mlue Jay, born Mlungisi Moyo, says his upcoming album titled Donatella named after his daughter will be a gift from his heart to his fans.