|Born||Monika Abigail Chanda|
|Known for||Being a radio and television presenter|
Moe Chanda is a Zimbabwean media personality. Chanda is a television and radio presenter and news anchor employed by ZBC.
Chanda was born in Zambia. Her parents migrated to Zimbabwe in the 1980s when Chanda was a toddler. She grew up in Kwekwe where her parents are based.
Moe Chanda's full name is Monika Abigail Chanda.
Moe Chanda was born on 25 August.
Moe has five siblings; one sister named Joane and four brothers.
Moe Chanda went to a primary school in Kwekwe and a high school in Gweru. After doing her A-Levels, she stayed out of school due to some personal reasons. She went back to school and did a course in Human Resources. In 2012, Chanda enrolled for a Diploma in Journalism and Media. She was named the Outstanding student by the Association of Business Managers and Administrators (United Kingdom). In 2018, Chanda was studying for a degree in Development Studies.
She joined ZBC in 2013 and worked for Sport FM before it was rebranded to Classic263. Chanda started part-time, then contract until they eventually made her a permanent employee. Moe Chanda's first report for ZBC News was the University of Zimbabwe 2018 graduation ceremony.