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Tedious Matsito
Residence Kuwadzana 5
Occupation
  • Musician
Known for Being a musician
Spouse(s) Patience Matsito
Relatives Albert, Jabulani, Michael and Edward

Tedious Matsito is a Zimbabwean musician and the front man for Sungura outfit Ngwenya Brothers.

Background

Matsito had brothers Albert, Jabulani, Michael and Edward who are all late. He is married to Patience Matsito and together they have six children.[1]

Career

Tedious started a band with his brothers Albert, Jabulani, Michael and Edward in 1985 when they relocated to Glenara Estate in Mazowe to pursue their dream. Glenara Estate would be their launch pad. For five years, the brothers practised quietly until they were brave enough to face the public.

In 1990 they released their first seven-single album which carried the songs ‘Sekuru Vatenga Mota’ and ‘Zuva Guru’. Two years later they released their hit album "Nyaradzo" which catapulted to instant fame. The name Ngwenya Brothers was not an origination of the outfit, but was given to the group by their fans. The brothers recorded and released seven albums that include Nyaradzo, Chakanaka Chakanaka, Manyemwe Emhuru, Kugara Nekugara, Muzita rashe and Tumirai Shoko.

Matsito would go on to release 14 albums without his late brothers. [2]

Discography

Albums

  • Kurongerana (2013)
  • Nyaradzo (1992)
  • Chivaraidzo (1994)
  • Chakanaka Chakanaka
  • Manyemwe Emhuru (1995)
  • Kugara Nekugara
  • Muzita rashe
  • Tumirai Shoko
  • Inguva Chete

Accident

Matsito was involved in a car accident in 2008, causing the amputation of his left leg. His leg developed gangrene in May 2012 from injuries sustained in the 2008 car accident which claimed some of his band members and destroyed all his instruments. A local financial institution BancAbc came to Matsito’s rescue and secured a prosthetic leg from Germany for him.[3]

Stroke

He suffered a stroke in December 2016 while he was in South Africa for his festive season tour. The mild stroke affected his facial nerve and resulted in him struggling to speak. Matsito has been going for speech therapy at a local medical institution.[4]


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References

  1. Jairos Saunyama,Top promoter bails out Matsito, NewsDay, published: May 16, 2017, retrieved: May 16,, 2017
  2. Grace Mugovera, Ngwenya Brothers founder opens up, The Patriot, published: May 16, 2016, retrieved: May 19, 2017
  3. Jairos Saunyama Tedious Matsito soldiers on, NewsDay, published: March 30, 2017, retrieved: May 16, 2017
  4. Rest Mutore, Matsito suffers stroke, HMetro, published: March 6, 2017, retrieved: May 16, 2017