Nehanda Radio
Mai Sorobhi gets assistance
Veteran actress Rhoda Mtembe, popularly known as Mai Sorobhi in yesteryear drama “Paraffin”, who suffered a stroke early this year, got a shot in the arm when a well-wisher donated foodstuffs and facilitated physiotherapy sessions for her.
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I miss the small screen: Mai Sorobhi
Veteran actress Rhodha “Mai Sorobhi” Mthembe may be down, but she is certainly not out.
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When Paraffin, Mai Sorobhi were kidnapped
Yesteryear drama 'Paraffin' remains one of the best local television productions.
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The Herald
When Paraffin, Mai Sorobhi were kidnapped
Mai Sorobhi during the interview at her Kuwadzana Extension house on TuesdayGodwin Muzari Arts EditorYesteryear drama “Paraffin” remains one of the best local television productions. The combination of the late Phillip Mushangwe (Paraffin) and Rhoda Mtembe (Mai Sorobhi) was alway...
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The Herald
Evolution of local comedy
Godwin Muzari : Memory LaneIt seems local comedians that are trying to fill the gap left by popular yesteryear comics are losing the grip. A crop of comedians that include Gringo, Kapfupi, Sabhuku Vharazipi, Mabla 10 and Kariboni have hinged their careers on a style pioneered by...
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The Herald
Mai Sorobhi misses Paraffin
Mai Sorobhi expressing a point during the interviewYeukai Karengezeka Arts Correspondent When Paraffin and his wife Mai Sorobhi visit a dentist for treatment of the latter’s toothache, there is real drama. Mai Sorobhi is in pain and clinic staff appear too slow for Paraffin who f...
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The Herald
Women should tell their own stories
Ruth Butaumocho Gender ForumMore often than not, women shy away from the media and are not keen to be interviewed on certain issues, arguing that they don’t want to be quoted out of context. During a visit to Buhera some months ago, I had an opportunity to attend a village gather...
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