Footprints, an all-male member group from MSU pocketed $3 000 and a recording deal for their sterling performance at the Dreamstar finale at Harare International Conference Center.
Footprints leader, Tafadzwa Matiure said their victory was a result of the powers of the Almighty
The Dreamstar talent show seeks to empower gifted young people and help them move from the backstage to the official stage.
The show was organised by the Chinese Federation of Zimbabwe (CFZ) in partnership with Jacaranda Culture and Media Corporation (JCMC) and the Embassy of China to Zimbabwe
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MORE than 250 National University of Science and Technology (NUST) students joined their Chancellor President Robert Mugabe in Matopo on the 25thof February 2017 to commemorate President Mugabe’s 93rd birthday. It was the 31st 21st movement celebration held in Matebeleland South province for the first time in history.
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They were part of the of students drawn from various tertiary institutions in the country who converged at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Bulawayo under the banner of government iniatated Research and Intellectual Outputs-Science, Engineering and Technology (Rio-Set) to showcase innovative products that could be useful for the nation
The album titled ‘PaChinhoyi’ seeks to advance the idea of togetherness and celebrates the beauty of African resorts among other issues.
CUT15 is an Afropop music group based at CUT which started last year when students and staff came together and record a track titled ‘Beautiful Zimbabwe’. The group aims to facilitate creative expression among students, staff and the larger community.
CUT school of Art and Design Dean, Dr Wonderful Bere said a number of strategies have been put in place to maintain and grow the band adding that as part of the university vision, the band will launch its first album on the 14th of this month.
CUT15 band manager, Russell Chawabvudza said the band will continue to be a permanent feature of the university as it comprises students and staff. He said the album titled ‘PaChinhoyi’ seeks to advance the idea of togetherness and celebrates the beauty of African resorts among other issues.
College and school bands normally falter if talented students leave institutions but the Chinhoyi University is now working on new strategies aimed at countering the challenge. Source-ZBC ONLINE NEWS-