Tsitsi Dorcas Jongwe was born in July 1963 in a small town called Hwange which is in Zimbabwe, Africa. She is a former teacher who holds a Teaching Certificate from the United College Of Education (UCE) in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe; an English and Communication Degree from the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) and an Honours Degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of South Africa (UNISA). She is currently studying for a MSc Degree in Health and Social Care at the University of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom.

Tsitsi is married to Godsen Jongwe a former Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Officer and has four children; Christopher, Careen, Rabson and Redemption.

So far, she has received two awards, namely,

‘Women of Purpose Excellence Recognition Awards’ from BIPER AWARDS; and also ‘Extraordinary African Women Achiever Awards (EAWA): Celebrating Amazon women’.

Her latest book which focuses on life after death, is her fourth book. Tsitsi’s passion is to help the needy something she has grown up to learn from her parents. She is a Christian who believes charity starts from home.