This artist was born in Harare in 1964 and died in Harare in 2009.
She came to Chapungu Sculpture Park in 1987, and helped her husband polish the sculptures in the last process.
Thanks to her encounter with Agnes Nyanhongo, she sought her own identity and began to create by herself, she quickly developed a very personal and particular style, without being influenced by other artists.
It was inspired by the daily lives of women in Zimbabwe, but not only from an emotional or spiritual point of view, but also in their physical appearance and movement.
She felt strongly identified with issues related to mothers and children.