Shingisai Suluma (born 1971) is a Zimbabwean Christian singer, songwriter, and worship leader.
Suluma was born to Christopher and Dorcas Chadoka in 1971. Shingisai’s parents were musically-inclined; they both sang in church. She and her sister were made to sing, without a personal drive to. At about the age of seven she performed at the national conference of her church, and by the age of 17 she was the choir leader of the Braeside assembly of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa. She recorded her first album in 1995 and has currently a total of 9 albums. Apart from music, Suluma is a still life and textile artist trained in Surrey, UK, and spent years teaching in high schools around Harare, Zimbabwe. She is married to Stephen Suluma and they have two daughters, Tashinga and Tiara.
- National Arts Merit Award – Outstanding Song – Nanhasi
- Zimbabwe Music Awards (3 times) Best Female Gospel
- “Everyone Who Ever Won a Nama”.
- “Zanu-PF Bigwigs Hijack ZIMA”. Zimbabwe Standard. 26 December 2005. Retrieved 16 December 2013.
- 1995 – Zvanaka
- 1998 – Huyai Ishe Jesu
- 2000 – Mumaoko
- 2002 – Nokuti Wakanaka
- 2004 – Fara Zvakadaro
- 2005 – Tatenda Taona
- 2007 – Maitiro Enyu
- 2009 – Ndewake
- 2013 – Rwendo
- “Shingisai Suluma Official Site”. Shingisai Suluma. Retrieved 13 December 2013.