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African Renaissance

Mercy Munatsi

Join Mercy for a fortnightly programme devoted to playing music from Africa with an emphasis on Zimbabwean music to awaken an interest in the diverse musical genres by African musicians.

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This episode features new music by some of Zimbabwe's biggest artists including Winky D, Gemma, Killer T, Mr Candy, Micheal Magz and Tocky vibes.

7 days ago

A mixed bag of great laid back music from Zimbabwe

21 days ago

African music with an emphasis on Zimbabwean music

a month ago

The show features oldies music from the likes of 'Dr Love' Paul Matavire, Leonard Dembo, Thomas Mapfumo, Simon Chimbetu among others.

2 months ago

African Rumba music originates from the Democratic Republic of Congo but is widely played at African weddings and other celebrations due to the beats which are easy to dance, even for those who do not understand the lyrics of the songs. This show fea... more

2 months ago

As March is a month dedicated to women, this show features some Nigeria’s finest female musicians.

3 months ago

If these songs by Zimbabwean musicians are not on your playlist, have a listen to music that is 'bubbling under' the usual hits and see if you like any of them.

3 months ago

This show features music by Zimbabwean Afro Jazz artist Tanga wekwa Sando.

4 months ago


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5.0 out of 5 stars from 2 ratings
  • African Music

    Thank you for bringing the African Vibe in New Zealand, thank you Plain Fm and Dj Mercy.

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    New Zealand2 years ago
  • Enjoyable and enlightening

    Love the music but more so the information provided with the songs. Waiting for the next episode to drop!

    Apple Podcasts
    New Zealand2 years ago


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