The group is currently running projects in Harare where we are working with orphans and handicapped children. After taking arts as a profession and being successful in the field, we took further steps in helping the less privileged kids to realise their talents in performing arts in an effort to give back to our community as well as passing our cultural heritage to the young ones, as we all know education is the key to life.
Pamuzinda raise its monies to run the projects by performing in and out of Zimbabwe and also with help from our major sponser Youventus International.


From end of 2006 Pamuzinda was training the kids of Dzikwa Trust in music, dance and drama, with support of an organisation from Germany, Harare e.V.

Pamuzinda lesson in Dzivarasekwa

Up to fifty children are participating every Saturday and Sunday in the afternoon. Dzikwa Trust kids performed marimba music and dance at the Harare International Festival (HAIFA).

Dzikwa Trust marimba-group

2012: Mission accomplished. First generation of Dzikwa kids trained by Pamuzinda are now teaching the younger ones.


Since 2008 Pamuzinda have been training and supporting a group of 21 orphans from the neighbourhood in the Highfield community on charity basis, making sure they go to school and have basic needs. Many thanks to Anne-Frank-Realschule Munich for taking care of the expences.

It has always been Pamuzinda's structure to work with the youth. That is how members who are performing and teaching now came from the Pamuzinda juniors who learned in the late 90s. Now we are offering trainings in performing arts to primary schools in Highfield to give the children the chance to learn about our cultural music and dance.

Ruvimbo School

Ruvimbo School

Children from Ruvimbo school, a school for physically and/or mentally handicapped kids in Harare are going through the training session conducted by Pamuzinda, held every Monday afternoon.