Fanizani Akuda, also known as Fanizani Phiri, was a member of the sculptural movement usually called "Shona sculpture" (see Shona art and Art of Zimbabwe), although he and some others of its recognised members were not ethnically Shona. He worked initially at the , 150 km north of Harare near Guruve, which he joined in 1966. Fanizani died on 5 February 2011.

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