Shine Muzika was born and bred in Chitaunhike village. There are four children in his family and he is the first born.
His father is Nyamapfeka Muzika and deceased mother was Febby Mpesa. His father worked as general worker on a farm and his income was insufficient to pay school fees and buy food. Shine managed to go to Grade 1 to 7 only, at Katawa Primary School – from thereon he could not attend school.
Shine worked at the renowned sculptor Brighton Sango’s home as a general hand and this ignited his passion to earn a living through art.
He managed to start working in sculpture in 1992 when Brighton Sango passed away. By that time he was carving small soap stones for three years and buyers bought all of them. Shine visited Victoria Falls open market from 1996 to 2006 where buyers commissioned him to work larger pieces and Shine again sold most them, encouraging him to continue his aristic talent.
Since 2006 until now he has been working at Mvurwi Art Centre where he won the 2013 Certificate Of Art and Culture Exhibition in Mvurwi town. He is now selling his work of art in South Africa at Jusrock Gallery and Mvurwi art Centre in Zimbabwe.
He would like to thank veiwers, clients & all who support The Arts.