Emmerson T Mnangagwa

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Emmerson T Mnangagwa
Emmerson T Mnangagwa
BornEmmerson T Mnangagwa
(1988-11-01)November 1, 1988
Resting placek
ResidenceHarare Zimbabwe
EducationSt Johns College, Kyle College, Cape Audio College
  • Disk Jockey
  • Musician.
Parent(s)Emmerson Mnangagwa

Emmerson T Mnangagwa is the son to the vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa. He is a professional DJ and has had a career in the industry in South Africa.


He was born on November 1, 1988.

Educational Background

Emmerson T Mnangagwa received his junior and senior education at St.Johns preparatory school and College before moving to the then Kyle College in Masvingo.[1] He then moved to Cape Town where he studied music production for two years.[1]

Work History

Having completed his studies in South Africa, he then went on to work for Cape Town Sounds for six years.[1] He went on to establish the The Movement in 2013. The popular joint hosts various artistes ranging from musicians to comedians who converge to entertain patrons[2]

Video Gallery: The Movement

Tuesday Comedy nights at The Movement
Patrons having a good time
Performances at the joint

Picture Gallery

Music Career

He was reported to have released a song titled "Euphoria" which was in done in collaboration with Rutendo Machiridza. The song was said to have received widespread airplay on most radio stations.[3] It was also said that his interest in music has been present for a very long time, immersing himself into various genres of music since he was a young man. He also did another singles which featured Tererai Mugwadi titled "Good Mourning Haterz"


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Personal Interview
  2. The Movement, Retrieved: January 23, 2013
  3. Simbarashe Manhango Mnangagwa’s son releases hip-hop single, NewsDay, Published: March 5, 2014, Retrieved: January 23, 2015