Monday, May 20th
Love is in the air for everyone, including some of Malawi’s top entertainers such as Giddes Chalamanda, Edgar ndi Davis, Maskal and the three E Wallet finalists.
Rising Choreos fully musical play No More Tears was premiered in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe, last weekend in front of a handful patrons and without one actress, musician Wendy Harawa.
Malawi be there! That’s the message coming from South African music sensation Zahara who performs in Malawi over the weekend.
Malawi’s Afro-R&B singer Armstrong is in Zambia to record three audios and a video with Zambia’s Dalisoul.
Is there a film industry in Malawi? That is a question a friend asked on Facebook recently.
One of South Africa’s leading model trainers Neetasha Singh will be in Malawi during the Malawi Fashion Week from May 30 to June 3.
Renowned Malawi gospel artist Arnold Kilembe has teamed up with his childhood friend Thoko Kanjira to open a music shop in Lilongwe for only Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) compilations.
In a move to cut cost incurred during video production, Lucius Banda took time off the stage on Sunday at Big Bullets Club and called on fans to ‘donate’ their presence in his new videos.
Chileka reggae group Black Missionaries on Saturday took time off their holiday to entertain at the Mkango Lodge in Malawi’s commercial city, Blantyre.
The Film Association of Malawi (Fama) has said it is yet to be consulted on Malawi’s proposed hosting of this year’s nomination night for the African Movie Academy Awards (Amaa).
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