Gugulethu Chengetai Garwe, is the presenter and producer of the "Inspired" Show, Sundays from 9pm to midnight.
Gugulethu, a musician and T.V presenter who goes by the name Ulethu,shared some of the qualities that make Capitalk FM her premier choice,
“Capitalk is very informative, interesting and enjoyable. It brings a lot of knowledge about Harare and Zimbabwe as a whole. With so much to listen to and learn about this country, the station encourages patriotism among everyone involved.”
Gugulethu Chengetai Garwe was born on August 3rd 1984. She is the last born of two siblings with an older brother Munyaradzi Garwe.
Gugulethu’s mother, Lorraine Nobuhle Garwe, was a seasoned broadcaster and head of radio at Radio 4 at ZBC where she interviewed many high profile personalities.
Gugulethu grew up in Chisipite. She attended primary school at Lewisam Primary school. For secondary studies she enrolled at Chisipite Senior School in Harare.
Drama and singing have always been her passion and, according to Gugulethu, was evident in junior school.
She proceeded to University and attained a Bachelor of Commerce degree in communications majoring in marketing and public relations at Griffith University in Australia.
In 2002 she was a part of "Superstar", a Zimbabwean idol show and in 2003, she was part of the theater production, What the eyes don’t see by Tendai Nyeke at Reps Theatre.
Gugulethu is a recording artist. Her music, as she describes it best, is Afro Pop Afro Soul House.
She has released a single titled Huya, which topped the star hit list on Star FM in 2016.
She derives her inspiration from renowned musicians Aretha Franklin, Brenda Fassie and Oliver Mtukudzi
Ulethu has also been on television as a presenter of a music show in Nigeria for 2 years. In 2012 she worked for Believers Loveworld channel Loveworld Plus. She received an award for being in the top five best presenters for 2013.
She returned to Zimbabwe in 2015 and was employed by a Local Food and health magazine as a creative director.
Ulethu enjoys exercising, beach body training, running and watching basketball.
Her favourite foods are popcorn and cheese cake.
Ulethu shared what makes her thrive in the entertainment realm,
“Living in Nigeria made me a person who can survive any environment and succeed. I have learnt to always have a positive attitude and outlook towards anything and that is key in any industry.”
Ulethu, who also doubles up in the administration department at Capitalk FM, highlighted what listeners can look forward to from the musical presenter,
“You can look forward to powerful poetry on Lyrical Leeway, easy travel around the world on Train of Tunes & inspiring timeless music”.