Collins Dhuwa

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Collins Dhuwa
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BornCollins Dhuwa
EducationKuwadzana 8 Primary School
Alma materPrince Edward School
EmployerTriangle United Football Club
FamilyCaroline Dhuwa

Collins Dhuwa is a Zimbabwean footballer who currently plays for the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League side Triangle United Football Club. He is the current Captain of the Taurai Mangwiro coached side.


Collins was born on 1 November 1992 in a family of two and he is the first born and a younger sister, Caroline. He is married and has a son, Ethan.


He attended Rukudzo Primary School from Grade 1-5 and then Kuwadzana 8 Primary School from Grade 6-7. He then went to Churchill Boys High for his O'Levels and for his A'Levels he went to Prince Edward School. He also holds a Diploma in Customer Service Management.


He started playing football when he was doing Grade 3 at Rukudzo Primary School. In 2005, whilst doing Grade 7 he joined Dynamos Football Club juniors and later joined Aces Youth Academy from 2009 to 2012. He signed for CAPS United Football Club in 2013 before signing for Dongo Sawmills in the 2015 season. After leaving Dongo he went on to join Tsholotsho Football club in 2016 before he had a breakthrough season in 2017 when he joined Shabanie Mine where he had some good displays that caught the eye of Chicken Inn Football Club who signed him from the Zvishavane based side. In 2018 he was signed by Triangle United Football Club where he managed to help the team win the Chibuku Super Cup that same year which booked them a ticket to participate in the 2019 CAF Confederation Cup.

Coach Taurai Mangwiro named Collins Dhuwa as the team Captain at the start of 2020 and the attacking midfielder has welcomed the new role and promised to work hard for the team. He will be deputised by Brian Chikwenya and Ronald Mudimu.[1]




  1. Snodia Mikiri, [1], H-Metro, Published: 19 February, 2020, Accessed: 22 July, 2020