Dereck Mpofu

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Dereck Mpofu
BornDereck Mpofu
  • Musician
Known forBeing a musician.

Dereck Mpofu is a Zimbabwean musician who rose to fame after his song "Chisikana Changu Zimbabwe" became a hit. The popularity of the song resulted in him being appointed a goodwill environmental ambassador for Zimbabwe under the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate and City of Harare.


He wrote the Little Green Ambassadors Book.[1]



  • Handizirini (2010)
  • Dr Philosophy (2013)
  • Diplomatic Alliances (2015)
  • Godobori (Expert) (2017)[2]

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Awards and Achievements

He was appointed Yali Green Champion in 2015, received the Youth Philanthropy Award in 2014 courtesy of Philanthropic Institute of Zimbabwe, was appointed goodwill ambassador environment, Water Conservation and Zero Littering (City Of Harare) in 2012, Artist of the Year (Monolio Studios) 2010 and 2013 and Action Award for Outstanding Fundraiser (African Arts Council) in 2014.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Winstone Antonio, Dereck Mpofu uses music as an instrument of unity, Standard, published: June 18, 2017, retrieved: July 10, 2017
  2. Green Ambassador’s album ready, NewsDay, published: March 7, 2017, retrieved: July 10, 2017