Veteran radio personality Tichafa Augustine Matambanadzo, also known as Tich Mataz, yesterday appeared in court accused of trying to smuggle clothes and shoes from China into Zimbabwe. According to court papers, Matambanadzo is the director of ZiFM radio station.
He appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Lazini Ncube facing charges of contravening the Customs and Excise Act.
Matambanadzo, who was represented by his lawyer Mr Godfrey Makwaye, was remanded to February 27 on $100 bail. As part of his bail conditions, Matambanadzo was ordered to surrender his passport. Read more
Al Jarreau, the jazz-pop musician best known for the hits “Breakin’ Away,” died Sunday.
The Grammy award winner died at about 9am on Sunday February 12, 2017 at the age of 76.
He died in Los Angeles surrounded by his wife, son and a few friends.
On February 8, a statement on Jarreau’s Twitter account announced his retirement from touring after being hospitalized in Los Angeles for exhaustion.
Jarreau was one of the few performers of his day who successfully bridged pop, jazz and R&B. He released more than 20 albums in his career, won seven Grammy Awards and remained a tireless performer right up until his death.
Olinda says its a lie that Stunner paid $16 000 for her lobola. She says the musician who is too broke to afford a car could not have $16 000.
But she would not say how much he actually paid. She says in this video, all she wants is to get her stuff in Harare and return to the UK. She does not want Stunner to continue to enjoy her stuff with another woman.
She revealed that in her last divorce she left a nightclub. She is not doing that with Stunner. She particularly wants to repossess her cars from Stunner.