Eyahra Mathazia

Eyahra Mathazia is a Zimbabwean award-winning actress, singer, composer, song writer, producer, film and theatre director. She is well known for for her role in the sitcom, Waiters, on ZBC.


Her mother is named Xapa and co-wrote the songs Trust Jah and Slave master off Mathazia's 2014 album A Simple Thank You.[1]

Personal Life

Eyahra Mathazia was married to Daves Guzha.

Acting Career

In 2013 she featured in a television comedy series titled Hoche Koche. The series was produced by her estranged husband Daves Guzha.[2]

Music Career

By 2015, Eyahra Mathazia had released four reggae albums. At one time she worked with renowned Jamaican producer Caveman on her third album A Simple Thank You which a lovers, roots reggae album with a touch of dancehall.[3][1]



  • A Simple Thank You (2014)
  • This is Love (2015)


Mathazia is also an entrepreneur running Empress Entertainment which is an upmarket entertainment consultant as well as Eyahra Beauty Workshop a beauty range.

In 2015 she was running a mushroom project at her Belgravia home and divided her plush garden to rear “road runner” chickens.[3]


She has won 4 National Arts Merit Awards, Yezi Arts regional theatre festival, the Ngoma Award and an award at the Edinburg Festival among other awards.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Silence Charumbira, Eyahra to release third lovers, roots reggae album, NewsDay, Published: June 30, 2014, Retrieved: July 1, 2021
  2. 2.0 2.1 Silence Charumbira, Comedy draws Daves, Eyahra together again, The Standard, Published: July 7, 2013, Retrieved: July 1, 2021
  3. 3.0 3.1 SILENCE CHARUMBIRA, Eyahra just won’t stop, NewsDay, Published: February 6, 2015, Retrieved: July 1, 2021