THE Harare International Festival of the Arts is the highlight this weekend with the much anticipated closing ceremony of the six-day extravaganza of music, theatre, dance, sculpture and fashion.
While Harare would be abuzz with Hifa, sungura ace Alick Macheso travels to Botswana for a one-off show.
The gifted bassist, dancer and vocalist is expected to take fans down memory lane with hit songs like “Madhawu”, “Wemakonzo”, “Chimoko Changu” and “Tafadzwa”, which he dedicated to his second wife.
Sniper Storm and Lady Squanda will clash at Zimunhu Bar in Epworth tomorrow.
The award-winning Sniper Storm is expected to belt out his hit songs “Love yeMusoja,” “Kubhinya” and “Wainira Musoja”.
Lyrically Sniper, who is affectionately known to his fans as “The General”, is a gifted performer.
He is full of energy and whenever he performs fans are assured of a thrilling act.
Before winning the Nama this year, “The General” was perhaps the most underrated dancehall chanter.
However, the 32-year-old singer is basking in the glory of his hugely popular fifth album “Attention”.
Lady Squanda has also established herself as probably the best female chanter at the moment, though she should work on her grooming and deportment.