Through his soul-stirring music, Mtukudzi is a potent symbol of Zimbabwe’s pain and resilience.
Spontaneous jam sessions and dodging Zimbabwean police were all part of a group of local musicians' trip to Zim for the Vic Falls Carnival.
At age 60 and with 60 albums behind him, the legendary musician has been credited with largely being responsible for defining Zimbabwe's sound.
Zimbabwe's master of song Oliver Mtukudzi has just turned 60. But he shows no signs of slowing down, even after the death of his son.
The International Exhibition of Black Music reveals the iniquitous nature of halls of fame, writes Percy Zvomuya.
Mokoomba is a band from Zimbabwe but Mokoomba isn't a Zimbabwean band and are different from the average Zimbabwean outfit in a lot of ways.
Chance brings two of Zimbabwe's leading musicians, Oliver Mtukudzi and Thomas Mapfumo, together to share their thoughts and feelings
Soaking in the crowd singing the chorus to his hit Neria at Swaziland's Bushfire festival, Zimbabwean artist Oliver Mtukudzi paused...
Percy Zvomuya speaks to Oliver Mtukudzi about the changing context of his music.