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Solomon Mangwiro Mutswairo also spelt Mutsvairo, (April 26, 1924 – November 2005) was a Zimbabwean novelist and poet. A member of the Zezuru people of central Zimbabwe, Mutswairo wrote the first novel in the Shona language, Feso. Feso, originally published in Zezuru in 1957 when Zimbabwe was still the colony …

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STANLEY NYAZAMBA Zimbabwe footballer

Stanley Nyazamba (born January 6, 1983 in Bulawayo) is a Zimbabwean footballer. CAREER College and Amateur Nyazamba moved from his native Zimbabwe to play college soccer at Lee University. He finished his career with 28 goals and 60 assists, becoming the all-time assist leader for Lee, and in his last …

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QUINTIN GOOSEN Zimbabwe Cricket umpire

Quintin John Goosen (4 November 1946 – 3 September 2014) was a Zimbabwean cricketer and umpire. He umpired one Test match and 12 One Day Internationals, all played in Zimbabwe. Goosen was born in Lonely Mine, Matabeleland. He played cricket for Mashonaland Country Districts before becoming an umpire. He was …

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OBI MHONDERA Zimbabwe musician

Obi Simbarashe Mhondera (born May 21, 1980 in Mutare, Zimbabwe) is a songwriter, producer and re-mixer responsible for many major releases worldwide, particularly in the United Kingdom, Europe and Asia. He was born and raised in Zimbabwe before moving to the United Kingdom. His first hit record was “Flip Reverse” …

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Nesbert Mukomberanwa (born 1969) is a Zimbabwean sculptor. Born in Buhera, Mukomberanwa began to study sculpture with his uncle in 1987; by 1989 he had struck out on his own, establishing a workshop in Chitungwiza. Here he worked for nearly a decade, before relocating in 1998 to the village of …

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