Munyuradzi Mujuru is a Shona who grew up in and around Harare in Zimbabwe. He has Batchelors, Masters and PhD in Chemistry. He currently is a lecturer at the University of Limpopo. Mujuru's family has been deeply entrenched in ancestral traditions. His family is also well known for its connection to the instrument called 'Mbira' (African Piano) which can be played either for ancestral ceremonies or in a popular style with no connection to ancestors. His father, uncles and aunts were mediums who would be channels through which the spirits would manifest. This story explains his background and how he gave his life radically to Jesus while at boarding school and the grace and strength he received from the Lord to remain true to Him.
Mujuru is played by Mthandeni Dlamini, Sabelo Dlamini and Mesuli Mhlongo. Mthandeni and Sabelo are brothers and, at time of filming, were students at Inkanyezi Yesizwe Combined School in the rural area, Alpha Village, near Vryheid, in Northern KwaZulu Natal. Mesuli Mhlongo is currently working in pharmaceutical research and is also from a rural area outside Vryheid. This is his acting debut.