Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon named Best Ever Kung Fu Movie to Date

BRUCE Lee’s Enter The Dragon has been named the best Kung Fu movie to date, 49 years after his death. Almost inarguably the most influential kung fu movie of all time, “Enter the Dragon” is considered Lee’s masterpiece and is one of the most financially successful films ever made. Grossing over 400 times its estimated budget of $850,000 (by the 2010s, the movie had earned about $350 million, or roughly $2.2 billion adjusted for inflation, according to The New York Times). The film also ranks No. 474 on Empire magazine’s…

Skeem Beit Pays Electricity For Beitbridge Mission

Staff ReporterSKEEM BEIT, Beitbridge and Zimbabwe’s fastest growing entertainment house, last week paid the electricity bill for Beitbridge Mission School to the tune of $50 000. According to SKEEM BEIT accounting manager Steve Stubbs Muleya (pictured) the gesture was community service in the area where the entertainment house is based. “We were approached by a local who requested for that assistance and we happily complied. We are part of this community and concerned about it’s growth. “We want to grow with it as you are aware SKEEM BEIT is a…

Skeem Beit Lives To It’s Billing

BY REX MPHISA The grand opening of a new pub of grandeur, glitz and glamour, Skeem Beit last Friday, Saturday and into Sunday marked a turning point in Beitbridge’s leisure and night life. For the first time, a Beitbridge club hosting an international artist as Nigerian household name Femi Large touched base. Just call it class, and such doesn’t come cheap. Set at what was then known as Ronnie’s plaza in Dulibadzimo and now the exquisite Skeem Beit, hear this, nights will never be the same again. Of course Skeem…

Skeem Beit Officially Opens Doors

BY REX MPHISA ITS a midas touch, to be precise. This is the apt description of SKEEM BEIT, a leisure joint officially opening in the heart of Beitbridge today. Richard Govati told Beitbridge Eye that a whopping figure upwards of $75 000 was spent on the build up, redesigning, branding and spoiling of what will start defining the entertainment life of Beitbridge town, Zimbabwe’s southernmost urban settlement. Govati who is the marketing head of SKEEM BEIT was candid and bullish. “That figure upawards of $75k speaks of how we rate…

UB40 Founder Member Astro Dies

Staff Writer British vocalist and former member of UB40 Terence Wilson, better known by his stage name Astro, has died aged 64. Astro, who performed in the reggae pop band for more than 30 years, died after a short illness, his current band confirmed. “We are absolutely devastated and completely heartbroken,” said a statement on Ali Campbell and Astro’s Twitter account. “The world will never be the same without him.” The band toured Zimbabwe more than five times and would have joint shows with the late South African jazz maestro…