Zimbabwe shows make inroads into Zambezi TV

Bruce Ndlovu
The debut of Tonight with Zororo as well as Wine and Dine with Tumi this week on Zambezi magic is set to pave the way for Zimbabwean produced shows and movies that will showcase for the first time on the station in the next month.

The Tumi Moleko and Zororo Makamba produced talk shows are only the second Zimbabwean focused shows after the debut of the Zimbabwean music charts last month.

Makambaa��s first guest on the showa��s debut at the station was emerging Afro pop diva Ammara Brown.

The Moleko hosted talk show will continue to air every Wednesday at 8.30 pm while Makambaa��s show will air on

Thursdays at the same time.

Tonight with Zororo is a vibrant current affairs talk show that tackles various issues from the perspective of young urbanite Zimbabweans.

Wine and Dine with Tumi is a cooking show aimed at giving viewers some valuable ideas on how to entertain in style.

In each episode Moleko shares a warm and fun experience with her guests and friends over some good food and wine.

While the Zimbabweans look to dominate the talk shows on the station, Zambezi Magic is still struggling to get content from the countrya��s drama and soapie producers.

The two talk shows will be followed by the premiere of two local movies later on this month.

The two are Dust and Fortune, a heart wrenching story of a disabled school dropout with a love for football and Mariaa��s Vision which tells the story of Maria, a woman who is forced to drop her morals and integrity after getting the short end of the stick in a messy break-up.