Ronald Muranganwa was born in 1996 in a family of two and grew up in Mbare.he went to Gwinyai Primary school and later to Mbare High secondary School in Mbare.He is a graphic designer and painter. He has always been an art enthusiast and knew from early age that he had a gift worth pursuing.Most of his time spent much of his childhood with his mother because his father was working from distant provinces. I always cherished the valuable moment that I use to share with him he visited us home. And father come home teach me to speak Ndebele and other language to improve me some of those language In his perseverance for art he met Mr Dongo from sat ones secondary school who reside near Ronald to improve his practice. Mr Dongo was willing to help budding artist in every way he could. In 2013 Mr Dongo invited his home to tell Ronald Muranganwa to attend a school of exhibition of tavetose Sisonke at National Gallery of Zimbabwe. Ronald Muranganwa enters to that exhibition and receives a first prize for school and college .After Ronald Muranganwa receives a first prize. In 2014 Mr Dongo Tell Ronald Muranganwa to go the Saturdays art class to National Gallery of Zimbabwe. And Ronald Muranganwa starts practice his art at National Gallery of Zimbabwe. He was applying for the full time student at National Gallery of Zimbabwe. To my work sometimes I control my composition and sometime I control the work. I create my work from imagination. The way I see things and my identity inspire me a lot. I play around with my designs and paints mixing colours and copy and paste. But only when I am free do I experiment. I use realism in his work. Sometime my background of my artworks is something you see yourself and understand the divided of colours because of four colours blue, red, black and yellow. In 2016 I finished my 2 years course at National Gallery School of visual art and design I receives a call from National Gallery of school of visual art and Design said to me you found a place for a residency. Right now I’m working at National art Gallery School of visual art and Design as residency artist.