A Madzomba Primary School teacher charmed people who attended the International Rural Women’s Day with his song titled: ‘Paruzevha.’

“An enterprising rural woman wakes up early in the morning, she prepares food for her family to eat and goes into the fields to plant seeds, she doesn’t rest in coming up with bright ideas.”

These are the rich lyrics which charmed guests who attended the International Rural Women’s Day including the First Lady, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa.

The song Paruzevha was composed by a primary school teacher and budding rural musician, Liberty Gwishiri whose stage name is ‘Sir Vemagitare.’

Much to the excitement of guests who invaded the dance floor were four of his grade 1 pupils who gave a memorable performance.

“I was motivated by rural women and the hardships which they go through while vending for their families,” he said.
Apart from Paruzevha, Sir Vemagitare has over 20 other tracks which he composed since 2008 but promoting his music and getting airplay is a tall order for the artist based at Madzomba Primary School in the remote Mbire district.

The artist however continues to dream of making a big break on the national music scene.