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Nothando Chiwanga is an upcoming visual artist based in Harare, Zimbabwe. Currently studying at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe school of visual arts and design. She has participated in various workshops such as The Realism by John Kotze, Art Ethics by Julius Mushambadope, and Performance Art by Sithembile Msazane. She has participated in the Tavatose art competition in 2013 and she was awarded first prize. Currently, she has exhibited in the New signature exhibition at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in 2019.