The Poet: Born in Pumula, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on the 28th of November 1965; Artwell Masuku was educated at St.Bernards Primary, Singwangombe Primary and Msiteli Secondary Schools.
In 1994 obtained a Journalism Diploma from Birnam Business College in South Africa
In 2009 obtained a PC Engineering Certificate from Havatech (RSA)
A freelance Journalist and ICT Technician, he has had some Ndebele poems published in an anthology “Giya Mthwakazi” (Longman Zimbabwe, 1990)
Ngabadala Abaziyo(Elders know)
An action packed radio drama filled with suspense, infidelity, deceit and romance.
When Qiniso comes of age, he demands that his uncle hand over his inheritance, but the cunning and scheming Uncle Methusi Khumalo refuses leading to an explosive showdown with hidden skeletons being unleashed from the closet.
Kheth'Omthandayo (Choose the one you love)
Kheth’Omthandayo (Choose the one you love) is an action packed, captivating and unusual romantic thriller written in IsiNdebele. Set in Bulawayo’s Western suburbs the book is about a young woman who behaves in a very peculiar way. The author warns that such careless acts of a person can set in motion a spirit of revenge.
Buchitheka Bugayiwe (What will go wrong,will)
Buchitheka Bugayiwe (What will go wrong, will) is an action packed romantic thriller written in IsiNdebele. Set in Bulawayo’s Western suburbs the book traces the dilemma of a young man Mandla Dlamini who is involved in a love triangle.
Kasikhulume (Let's talk)
Will you marry your dead brother’s wife?
Burial or cremation: is it good for African tradition
Money and religion: Are churches after our money?
Pregnant school girls: Should they be allowed in school?
Family planning: Good for the marriage?
Is it okey for women to wear trousers?
To abort or not to
Age: Is it just a number?
The writer invites the reader on a journey of self discovery.
The Road Home - a collection of poems
The Road Home is a thought provoking, wity and rather controversial collection of poems.
In the poem: The road home, the poet laments about his longing for his homeland.
The book is a must read for people who love Africa especially Africans at home and in the Diaspora.