Monday, 27 February 2017
 

Entertainment News (1141)

The finale of the 2016 Kuphaka Life fanfare is expected to take place this Saturday at the Bunda College of Agriculture in Lilongwe.

Justin Bieber has walked off stage in Manchester after asking fans to stop screaming in the gaps between songs.

Musicians, Sonye and Tay Grin, reveal they have joined forces to produce a joint EP whose release date is yet to be disclosed.

The Bafta Children's Awards have for the first time nominated an online-only service for channel of the year.

Vogue magazine has endorsed Hillary Clinton ahead of the US presidential election next month.

Nigerian music star, KCee, is through video dispelling claims that his scheduled live performance in Malawi on November 6 has been cancelled.

Five students of the College of Medicine are on October 15 set to face off in the grand finale of the college’s version of the 2016 UNIMA Got Talent at the CoM Sports Complex in Blantyre.

60 urban acts have been nominated in 12 categories of the 2016 UMP Festival awards set for November 6 at the BAT ground in Blantyre.

Malawian music export, Gemini Major, continues to sharpen his footprint on the continent a week after the release of the video to the hit single Ragga-Ragga.

Malawi’s Tay Grin has been nominated for a WatsUp TV Africa Music Video Awards-WAMVA 2016 Best African Traditional Video accolade.

The 2016 Kuphaka Life goes to the north this weekend after Blantyre hosted the first version of the fanfare on September 24.

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