Simon Muzenda School Of Arts, Culture And Heritage Studies

Dean’s Welcome Note


The Simon Muzenda School of Arts, Culture and Heritage Studies derives its inspiration from the late Vice President of Zimbabwe Cde Simon Muzenda who was named Son of the soil due to his deep rootedness in Culture and Heritage (Unhu/Ubuntu) as it is termed in Shona and Ndebele Dialects. It is these values that the School holds highly. Apart from that it is pertinent to also know that one of Great Zimbabwe University’s niche areas is Arts, Culture and Heritage Studies. The School is located in Mashava some 45km west of Masvingo and it a wide range of programmes. The School also houses the Centre of Culture and Heritage Studies which solely focuses on the University’s niche are of reclamation and preservation of culture and heritage.

Mr. N. Mutami

Mr. N. Mutami


MA (African History) [UZ, 2001], BA Hons (History) [UZ, 1983], Grad CE [UZ, 1987], Cert (Adult Educ.) [University of Copenhagen, 1992]

Telephone number: 039 265921

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Research Interests

History of Agriculture



To be the hub of professional training and research in the fields of Culture, Heritage, Language, Creative and Visual Arts for sustainable socio-economic development.


To be the leading School in reclaiming, promoting and preserving our unique and rich cultural expressions in their diversity through creative community engagement and collaborative partnerships.


Core Values





Team work


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