[Zimbabwe Standard] Government on Friday approved the partial reopening up of low-risk sectors of the cultural and creative industry, and the move has elicited mixed reactions from players in the sector.
[The Herald] Senior Arts Reporter
[Daily Maverick] Covid-19, physical distancing and restrictions on confined spaces have upended events and gatherings. Is this the end of the festival as we know it?
[Cameroon Tribune] This is the message behind his new single titled "Fall in love" recently released.
[Dalsan Radio] Famous Somali soul singer Seynab Haji Ali commonly known as Bahsan has passed away in Mogadishu today after a long illness.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Mutare businessman-cum-musician Brian Samaita was on Friday recognised for the sterling job he is doing in ploughing back to the community of Manicaland province.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Internationally-acclaimed imbube/iscathamiya group Black Umfolosi is showing no signs of slowing down.
[Nation] When floods wreaked havoc in parts of Kakamega County, in March this year, legendary benga artiste Wilson Omutere was among thousands of families which were displaced from their homes by the torrential rains.
[Zimbabwe Standard] SUNGURA musician Ronnie Mudhindo has joined forces with his nine-year-old son Innocent Ronnie Junior for a single which was launched virtually recently.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] A concert by Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred, who has been repeatedly accused of rape, has been cancelled in Egypt after a social media outcry, reflecting a growing resolve to speak out against sex crimes.