Veteran author Charles Mungoshi was buried at Manyene in Chivhu yesterday.
Artists that paid their last respects to Mungoshi were Albert Nyathi, Willis Wataffi, Musaemura Zimunya, Memory Chirere and Daves Guzha. Mungoshi succumbed to neurological complications at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals, having battled ill-health for a decade. He is survived by his wife Jesesi, four sons; Farai, Graham, Nyasha and Charles, daughter Tsitsi and seven grandchildren.
Charles Lovemore Mungoshi was a Zimbabwean novelist. He wrote in both English and Shona and is most known for his novels that include Coming of the Dry Season, Waiting for the rain, Makunun'unu Maodzamoyo and Ndiko Kupindana Kwemazuva. He died at 71 on 16 February... Read More About Charles Mungoshi
Albert Nyathi is a Zimbabwean poet who is particularly famous for the poem and song Senzeni Na? which he composed following the assassination of Chris Hani. Read More About Albert Nyathi
Willis Afrika Wataffi is a popular afro-fusion artiste and the founder of the Qaya foundation Mentorship Initiatives. Wataffi gained notoriety when he was the lead singer of the multi-award winning group Afrika Revenge. Wattafi, who wrote most of the popular Afrika Revenge songs such as... Read More About Willis Wataffi