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Celebrities on New Year’s Resolutions

Alexio Kawara, urban groover.        
“My chief resolution for the coming year will be focusing more on live performances that would attract more audiences and pave way for more opportunities in this industry and try to quit drinking so that I can ‘perfect’ my voice”.

Samantha Dika, Miss Harare Tourism 2010
“I don’t have New Year’s resolutions; the reason is that I believe whatever needs to be implemented, can be done at any time of the year. Rather the New Year represents a period of reflection, a time to evaluate and see how you have progressed over the past year and set out objectives for the coming year. By so doing, you account for unforeseen turn of events and the cropping up of opportunities. Resolutions “to me” do not leave that room to be flexible”.

Enock Munhenga aka XQ urban groover
“My resolutions for 2011 are to successfully complete our album entitled Expandable that I am working on with the pioneers of urban grooves music, which include Plaxedes Wenyika, Decibel, Alicias Musimbe (Maskiri) and many other artists.
Most importantly, I want to do videos for the songs that are on my recent albums”.

Charles Charamba, Gospel musician
“I’m hoping to advance with my studies I am undertaking at the college of music. It has been 10 years since I last composed a video so I will also be concentrating on making a few videos for my fans”.

Freddie Manjalima aka Kapfupi, comedian and musician
Kapfupi said he will be looking to do more live performances and finish their film project entitled

“My resolution is to do more live shows and complete our upcoming movie project that we are currently working on, “What goes around comes around Part 2”. I also want to come up with more interesting albums than the famous “Mai Nga”.  

Murape Murape, Dynamos Player
“It’s been a while since we won the league title and we will work hard towards achieving this goal for our fans and we want to also win the Champions league. This can only be achieved if we work hard”.

Willis Wataffi, afro Jazz artist
“I’m hoping for peaceful elections and unity amongst the Nation, if ever they are going to be held next year and I will also be working towards working on my projects that will make a change in the music industry”.

Davies Mugadza, Power FM DJ
“I don’t actually believe in resolutions since I have never fulfilled any of them in the past years but I would rather call them objectives, but basically I’m hoping for a better year than 2010”.

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