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==Lady Squanda's Videos==
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==Latest Articles Created on Pindula==
==Latest Articles Created on Pindula==

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Lady Squanda
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Lady Squanda
BornSandra Gazi
Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe
ResidenceHarare, Zimbabwe
Other namesThe Queen
  • Zimdancehall Artist
  • Songwriter
Years active2009 - present

Lady Squanda (real name Sandra Gwaza) is one of the very few popular female artists in the male dominated Zimdancehall music genre. The self proclaimed Queen of Zimdancehall has done popular tracks such as Ndinovhaira,. Squanda has said her inspiration as a musician is Jamaican female reggae artists, Lady Saw.


As a young child Squanda did not know her father. She was raised by her grandmother Eunice Tomana in Chitungwiza. She only got to know him in 2014 when they reunited.[1] Lady Squanda began performing with sounds at the age of fifteen. She soon became known for her slack style, with songs such as Cracker. Her breakthrough came when she performed at Zim Sum Fest in 2011 held year at the Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfields, Harare.



  • Rudo
  • Ndinovhaira
  • The queen pon top
  • Havadi kundiona ndichifara
  • Unondipukuta musodzi
  • Broken english
  • Muera soko
  • Ndapfidza
  • Rasta Mukai
  • Tamba neni
  • Sinyoro
  • Usipo
  • Kukunaya here
  • Ndasimudza mureza
  • Mwana iwewe


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Controversies and Scandals

Lady Squanda has made the headlines over the years but in the majority of those cases it has largely been for the wrong reasons. The controversies have been one too many ranging from fighting over a lover with a fellow dancehall artiste by the name Lipsy, allegedly stealing someone's song, turning up drunk[2] for shows to using inappropriate language in some of her songs. At one point she even went to the point of faking her own death. In 2013, it was reported that she had stolen a truck from fellow musician by the name Nashie. The song titled "Kuchibhorani" was at the centre of the storm, Nashie alleged that he had approached Squanda to offer assistance on the production of the song but Squanda charged too much for her services forcing Nashie to release the track on his own. Squanda is said to have gone on to produce her own version of the song forcing Nashie to seek redress.[3] Squanda however dismissed the allegations saying that the tracks had the same title but were very different in terms of lyrical content.

At the Star FM Dancehall Remedy first anniversary celebrations at the Mbare Netball Complex held in 2014, Squanda turned violent and attacked Lipsy when she hit her on the head after which she collapsed resulting in a police report being filed. Although Squanda claimed that Lipsy had initially called her a bitch via a WhatsApp message, Lipsy denied making contact with Squanda claiming that it was actually her first encounter with Squanda.[4] The rift between the two artistes was also attributed to the fact that the pair was allegedly dating the same guy only identified as Bolo.[2]

She made the news when she staged her own death and people even starting circulating condolence messages on various platforms while she was apparently at a friend's house in Manyame Park. She is said to have generated a text message which read as follows

Lady Squander was found dead yesterday after she drank rat poison. May her soul Rest in Peace, we love you girl[5]

which was sent to most of her contacts.


  • Squanda did not know her father up until 2014

Lady Squanda's Videos

Fire Ndini
Interview with Samatha
Live Performance in Marc 2014

Latest Articles Created on Pindula


  1. Lady Squanda finds a father, NewZimbabwe, Published: August 29, 2014, Retrieved: December 26, 2014
  2. 2.0 2.1 Drunk Lady Squanda disappoints fans, Newsday, Published: August 13, 2013, Retrieved: December 26, 2014 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "c" defined multiple times with different content
  3. Lady Squanda accused of stealing track, The Chronicle, Published: July 27, 2013, Retrieved: December 26, 2014
  4. Nyasha Kada Lady Squanda assaults Lipsy at dancehall show, Nehanda Radio, Published: August 18, 2014, Retrieved: December 26, 2014
  5. Tawanda Marwizi Panic as Lady Squanda fakes own death, The Standard Published: August 18, 2013, Retrieved: December 26, 2014