Monday, 5 December 2011

ZimOnline Radio end of Year & Christmas Party

The end of the year is a milestone, and to ZimOnline Radio its a time to reflect and pay tribute to the support rendered through the year. its a time to invite friends, families and our listeners to gather and meet in a social environment. It is a moment of treasure when we get to eat and drink together as a family. A moment when lyrics, humour and sensations frequently shared on air are expressed in human flesh, blood and bones.

We believe in taking time to invite the Zimbabwean public to our internal sanhedrin and get to meet the public whom we are at their service.

On my behalf, and that of the ZimOnline Radio team, I take this opportunity to invite you to our end of year 2011 & Christmas party on Saturday 17th December 2011 to be held at DeJavu 5 Hightown Road, Luton LU2 0BW. The event will kick off at 6pm till 5am.

Admission to the even is free of charge as well will be our BBQ treat and snacks.

We look forward to meeting you at the event.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

ZimOnline Radio duo shines at the ZIMMA Awards 2011

As the sayings go....
"Isu tisu team hombe..... tichaitora mikombe."
"Kana riri godo dzorai shanje..... mwati mwadini. Tisu maShaki..."
"Takaipa Takaipa...."
"Gore rino Kirisimasi ndeyemaNinja..."

ZimOnline continues to shine and we have done it again this year, thanks to team members Eve Parkes and Patric Gwenzi (aka Master P), for raising not only the ZimOnline Radio banner, but for proudly waving our Zimbabwean colours sending a clear and loud statement that hard work surely pays. They have both scooped Awards at the ZIMMA 2011 (Zimbabwe Music & Arts Awards) ceremony held this evening in High Wycombe, United Kingdom.

Eve Parkes have brought home the Best Radio Presenter award, in recognition to her tigeress antiques, fearless brevity to go no any other Zimbabwean presenter ever dared to internationally and her resilient publicity quest on subject often deemed too raw for discussion. In credit, Eve is the host of the acclaimed Lets Be Frank Show on ZimOnline Radio which airs every Thursday at 2000Hrs UK Time. Further to that, Eve has wittingly courted big names such as amai Shuvai Mahofa, amai Oppah Muchinguri and amai Olivia Muchena on her show, highlighting the plight of the disadvantaged girls in the poor communities of our society.

A step further sees Eve put young Zimbabwean girls in public domain through the interviews she hold courtesy of Face of Zimbabwe. She has weekly brought the models to the public and scratch into the g-effect that makes the girls want to stand as ambassadors of Zimbabwean culture.

On the other hand, the much quieter Patrick Gwenzi has scooped the Best Male Actor gong for his part in the Zimbabwean Movie, Thorns which was shot in the United Kingdom. Adopting the character Muto Zindoga, Patric portrayed a typical Zimbabwean man entrapped between an adulterous wife and his deep rooted primitive traditional perception of marriage who ends up tragically confined in a wheelchair and unable to be the man he believed he was.

It was only a just acknowledgement served in time as Patric is a very popular Radio Jockey at ZimOnline Radio relishing on the hilarious Madirativange, every Monday at 2000Hrs UK Time and Tsika Nemagariro 1800Hrs on Saturdays.

At ZimOnline Radio, we believes in one principle that we have even adopted in all our communique, "Together, we are ZimOnline Radio". Our quest is to be unarguably Zimbabwe's Premier Radio Station.

To Eve & Patric, tinoti nhasi ndezvedu, ita makorokoto, vana vadadisa..............