Tafadzwa Fazenda is an actor, with a burning passion for the arts, he started acting in primary school, where he also took part in public speaking and the magazine club. After moving to Joburg, he co-founded Poetic Justice a theatre company based in the WestRand in Joburg in the year 2012. Under company he has performed in various venues around the country with plays such as, Return of the Messenger where he plays a ruthless king. His deep, well-articulated voice is what captures the audience whenever he is on stage. His work with Poetic justice allowed him to be interviewed on Sabc1, Tshwane TV and MTV. Tafadzwa was accepted into the prestigious Market Lab drama school to study theatre skills, screen writing and directing, the school only accepts 20 artists per year so getting accepted into the school is an achievement in itself. He also gives his time to mentor young children and keeping them off the street by engaging them in arts and culture activities, his work with UK based organization Latitude Global volunteering is one such example of his humanitarian work. In 2015 ,he was one of the young people selected to be part of a prestigious British Developmental program which brought together a select group of British young artists and South African artists, that earned him certificates and recommendations personally signed by then British Prime Minister David Cameron. Tafadzwa continues to spread his creativity in the corporate space, he has done some work for prestigious brands such as Jaguar Landrover, Absa and Standard Bank.