#TribeofGuruvé ™️ Society & Culture Agency #FreeConsultations

A funky collective of Multi-Media Artists. We adapted Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s words: "Art and Literature are the weapons". Our focus is solely to HELP OTHERS irrespective of their reputation, status or life’s struggle through our society, culture, social media and the written word. Everyone has a story to tell.

#AboutUs


Guruve is one of several districts in the Mashonaland Central province of Zimbabwe. The district capital is the town of Guruve.  Famous locally for its pink Moroccan-style hotel, it is close to Tengenenge, an established sculpture community.

We are not sculpture artists, but we chisel:

  • short stories,
  • anecdotes,
  • blogposts,
  • creative poetry,
  • badman rap songs,
  • AfroBeat singalongs,
  • Good vibe rhymes,
  • bare reviews for the mandem,
  • booming articles
  • pensive reflections from our journals thus far.

We are fresh, contemporary writing leaders who are articulating the New Age Africa.

The founder is SonofGuruvé, the inspiration Sekuru Sarikosi and it began with Madzibaba Stembeya.

We are an extension of Gota village, Guruve, Zimbabwe, Africa, and THE WORLD!

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8 comments on “#AboutUs

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  2. sonofguruve
    March 18, 2016

    Thank you. We are just trying to help others reflect!

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  3. papanewguinea
    March 8, 2016

    Thanks for your story

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  4. Getrude Gwenzi
    November 24, 2014

    I am from Mvurwi so I am really happy to follow your blog. Mash. Central has a lot to offer and I look forward to more posts from you.

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    • sonofguruve
      November 24, 2014

      Thank you Gertrude! Ndinotenda.

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    • sonofguruve
      December 5, 2014

      Thank you Gertrude. Gota Farm is where I was inspired!

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    • sonofguruve
      December 7, 2014

      Thanks for your ever bright & positive blogging. Did you live in Mvurwi?

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      • Getrude Gwenzi
        December 16, 2014

        My family moved there in 1998 so I did for a while during my teenage years. It is still where I call home when I am around.

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