Entertainment Posts

Luka Calls All House Heads Closer

By Correspondent , 23 , May 2017


Press release issued out by TurnUp Music ZA. Mahikeng born and bred highly motivated music producer, Luka (real name Anthony Kasirivu) is fuelled with passion more than ever as he .. Read More →

National Gallery to host Museum Day

By Correspondent , 17 , May 2017


By Beaven Dhliwayo Harare – The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) will tomorrow celebrate the International Museum Day with schools and the general public which is running under the theme .. Read More →

Generations Actor Killers Arrested

By Correspondent , 17 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-South African police say four people have been arrested in connection with the murder of former actor on popular local TV series Generations.   Media .. Read More →

Movie Review:The Wall

By Correspondent , 16 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-An effective, albeit somewhat artificial, exercise in suspense, The Wall derives much of its propulsion from Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s grunting, grimacing performance as a wounded US .. Read More →

Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 Director On Why He Almost Said No To Chapter 3

By Correspondent , 15 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - James Gunn wasn't always sure that he wanted to come back for the third chapter in the Guardians of the Galaxy series. In .. Read More →

Generations Star Shot Dead

By Correspondent , 15 , May 2017


  Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-Mandla Hlatshwayo who is also a DJ with radio station Jozi FM was shot at a pub in Pimville in the Soweto township, local .. Read More →

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword puts an accent on the silly: review

By Correspondent , 15 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-Starring Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Djimon Hounsou, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Aiden Gillen and Eric Bana. Written and directed by Guy Ritchie. Opens Friday at major theatres. .. Read More →

Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant

By Correspondent , 15 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-Forty years ago, two movies rewrote the rules for science fiction. The first, of course, was 1977’s “Star Wars,” which made every child dream of .. Read More →