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Patience Musa Biography|Age, Career, Education, Music, Radio, Albums

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Patience Musa Biography|Age, Career, Education, Music, Radio, Albums

Patience Musa, a Zimbabwean radio and television personality.

She worked as a producer and presenter at ZiFM Stereo.

Besides her broadcasting career, Patience is a talented singer. In the past, she was part of the group Mateo and Friends, alongside Willom Tight and Mateo Kaunda.


She was born on 14th March 1979.

Personal Life

She is a mother of one child. Additionally, she is the daughter of the renowned cartoonist, Hassan Musa.


Patience Musa attended Alfred Beit Primary School and later transferred to Avonlea Primary School for her primary education.

She then proceeded to Hatfield High School for her secondary education. After completing her high school, Patience pursued her advanced level studies at the Christian College of Southern Africa.

Following her passion for graphic designing, she enrolled at Harare Polytechnic, where she successfully obtained a Diploma in Graphic Designing.


Patience Musa’s singing journey began in 1999 when she was studying for her advanced level. Alongside Willom Tight and Mateo Kaunda, she formed a group and released songs like “Asambe Africa” and “Pamuhacha”.

Later on, she showcased her talents as a backing vocalist for various local artists, including Taso, Gospel Trumpet, Fungai Malianga, and Matthew Kaunda.

The same year, Patience Musa became a part of Nexus, a talent agency founded by Edgar Langevelt. During that year’s June, she enthusiastically participated in a singing competition organized by the Ghetto Blues Club.

The event featured other talented finalists, including the singing sensation Kudzai Sevenzo and the eventual competition winner, Michelle Jangano.

Patience Musa’s collaboration with Mateo Kaunda proved to be highly successful, leading them to work on the album “Impressions Of Africa Volume Two” in 2000.

Together with Mateo and Friends, she actively took part in significant campaigns like “Artists Against Aids” and “Artists Against Poverty,” which were organized by Rooftop Promotions.

Her musical journey continued to evolve, and she had the opportunity to perform with Mateo and Friends at the inaugural Harare International Festival of the Arts in 1999.

However, as time went on, the group disbanded. Patience then returned to complete her Diploma in Graphic Designing at Harare Polytechnic.

Afterward, she joined a new band called The Other Four, where she took on the role of a vocalist. Interestingly, The Other Four consisted of former instrumentalists from the previous group, Mateo and Friends.

In 2010, Patience Musa released her album titled “Patie,” with the band Jazz Invitation providing musical support. Following her successful release, she came out with her fourth album in 2014.

Throughout her musical career, Patience has had the privilege of sharing the stage with various renowned musicians. Among them are the late South African legend Brenda Fassie, as well as Zimbabwean artists Dorothy Masuku, Oliver Mtukudzi, Andy Brown, and Busi Ncube, along with many others.


TV And Radio

During the period from 2005 to 2006, Patience Musa pursued her graphic design career and worked for Quill Advertising. In the same year, she also took on the role of hosting the reality show “Tourism Challenge,” which aired on ZBC.

In August 2012, she joined ZiFM Stereo and became the presenter of the program “The XhaleBlock.”


  • With Love (2002)
  • Patience (2005)
  • Patie (2010)

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