Dynasties, a new series narrated by David Attenborough, reveals the power struggles within animal groups. Last night, the fourth episode of the series followed the painted wolves in the Mana Pools National Park in northern Zimbabwe, and we spoke to the episode’s producer, Nick Lyon, about how 18 months of sleepless nights, undocumented behaviours and Shakespearean drama became an unforgettable 60 minutes of TV.

Gospel singer Lorraine Maplanka-Stot has released a track Bekezela that has a message of hope. The track is a precursor to her album Collaborations in Worship.

Fifteen dance groups from Bulawayo will take turns to showcase their talent at the Bulawayo Has Talent dance fiesta taking place at Zansibar (former Private Lounge) tomorrow evening.

Comedian Prosper “Comic Pastor” Ngomashi is set to leave Bulawayo in stitches at Intwasa’s Comedy Night 1 alongside Clive Chigubhu and Zwexy Mackena tonight.

Ndolwane music star Martin Sibanda and South Africa-based maskandi artiste, Zinjaziyamluma, are set to shut down the Ingwebu Cultural Dance Festival tomorrow at White City Stadium, Bulawayo.

Male traditional leaders play an important role in rural Zimbabwe. In addition to governing their communities, they have the power to allocate land, are responsible for settling disputes and ensuring that cultural norms and values, which were handed down by their forefathers, are preserved.