Ezra looks at Zimbabwe Highlanders FC’s war with the referees and Premier soccer league, while Manchester United win the premiership in England. Plus South African music star Dan Tshanda and his band Splash are stranded in Zimbabwe. And don’t forget to stay tuned for all the latest music from around the world.
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The Zim football season is in full swing; who will win the league this season? In music we take a look at Splash’s tour of Zimbabwe and Alick Macheso’s ambassadorial role for Innscor.
Zimbabwean song bird Chiwoniso Maraire is to record with South African Jazz music guru Hugh Masekela; plus the latest in the world of sport and some infectious music from all over the world.
Ezra reviews some of the music which has taken the world by storm and some old school funky hits from Africa; on the sporting side he takes a look at Zim’s fading giants, Caps United, and the problems facing them.
An exclusive interview with SA Kwaito star turned DJ Mahoota, about his work, his music and his experiences with promoters around the world; plus the latest news on Zim football and some fascinating music.
Zimbabwe’s premiership soccer season is about to start & we review the season ahead; plus an exclusive interview with Tomson Chauke, the multi-talented Zimbabwean who has worked with a host of top artists. He reveals all on this show and tells us about life in UK.
This week’s show takes a look at the Good Friday, the day Jesus Christ was crucified, with interviews with UK based Zimbabwean Gospel Group ‘The Royal Destiny’, as well as featuring their music.
Ezra talks about the massive concert held in Harare last weekend featuring South Africa’s song bird Zahara and Oliver Mtukudzi; then there’s an exclusive interview with the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi about his new album and why it’s dedicated to his late son Sam. In sport, Chicken Inn won the NetOne charity cup, but who are they dedicating the trophy to?
Sports & Entertainment Corner with Ezra Tshisa features the latest on the Michael Jackson family law-suit against the promoters of his aborted 2009 UK concerts. Plus there’s an interview with songwriter and singer Netsayi on why she relocated back to Zimbabwe and how she is trying to integrate traditional folks songs with modern sounds. Zim artist Khuxman talks about his life and music and he tells us why piracy is killing up and coming musicians, as they struggle to sell despite being popular.
We have the SA kwaito music star arrested for impersonating a police officer while a Zim girl shines at the Metro FM music awards in Durban. In sports, Dynamos wins the BOB 89 Cup and its coach Calisto Pasuwa tells us the secret behind his success and his concerns for Dembare’s Champions League African Safari. Highlanders Bosso mentor Kelvin Kaindu opens up about rumours circulating that he will quit Bosso for another premiership team and what’s next for former Portsmouth and Zimbabwe international football player Benjani Mwaruwaru? – See more at: http://www.swradioafrica.com/friday-progs/#sthash.wib51vNW.dpuf