Taguma Mukomberanwa (born 1978) is a Zimbabwean sculptor. The son of Nicholas Mukomberanwa, he is the brother of sculptors Anderson, Lawrence, Ennica, and Netsai Mukomberanwa, and the cousin of Nesbert Mukomberanwa.
Taguma Mukomberanwa is the last born of Nicholas’ children, and was given the name Taguma (no more) for that reason.
This humouristic approach to his name has somehow spilled into his personality; a proud family father and at the same time a “wild boy”, he is an exciting artist, who creates his versions of sculptures within the family tradition and through his own inherited talent.
He is a close observer of everything around him, an important skill for a creator of visual arts; that makes him very entertaining and good company, his comments are funny and pensive at the same time, and proves him a serious man in all his youthfulness – as well as his art does.
He works daily at the Mukomberanwa farm in Ruwa, where his sisters and brothers also work, a truly creative environment.