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TheZimbabweAchiever.Com had the privilege of sharing moments with one of the most celebrated and recognized of Zimbabwe’ s musicians, the legendary Oliver ‘ Tuku’ Mtukudzi. An icon who has graced the cover of TIME magazine’ s Africa Edition. Tuku has won many musical and personality awards on the continent and beyond.

He is one of Africa’s most prolific musicians, a song writer and performer with no less than 63 albums to his credit, producing hit after hit along the way. Born in Highfields, Harare in 1952, Tuku is the eldest of six children and began performing as early as 1977. Today he has performed on stages with his long time band, the Black Spirits and with many great musicians from all corners of the globe.

Despite his high and ever rising fame, Tuku remains true to his Zimbabwean roots and continues to dazzle local crowds as he did when many years ago.. Read More


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