Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Oakwood College, Huntsville, Alabama, 1982. Master of Arts in Education, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in Education, Michigan State University, Lansing, 1987.
Postgraduate in counseling, University Eastern Africa Baraton, Kenya, 2004.
Teacher primary school Seventh Day Adventist, Zimbabwe, 1968—1975, Center District Council, Mmadinare, Botswana, 1976—1979. Executive director Literary Volumes American, Lansing, 1987. Teacher elementary school Faith Seventh Day Adventist School, Hartford, Connecticut, 1987—1988.
Chairperson department education Solusi University, Zimbabwe, 1988—1992, lecturer Zimbabwe, 1988—1995. Lecturer, dean School Education University Eastern Africa Baraton, 1996—2005. Deputy vice chancellor Zambia Adventist University, Zambia, since 2005.
Board directors Capacity Building Adventist Development and Relief Agency, Kericho, Kenya. Conductor study skills seminars numerous secondary schools, Kenya, 1997. Conductor seminars on income-generating projects to Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome orphans, Kenya.
Married Tembekile Musvosvi, July 31, 1989. Children: Tsitsi, Dudu, Bliss, Denford Junior.