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Donald ‘Kante’ Mudadi Biography | Early Life, Age, Club Career, Awards

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Donald ‘Kante’ Mudadi, hailing from Kadoma and raised in Glen Norah, developed a profound love for street football during his formative years. His journey into the sport began around Grade Five when he enrolled at the now-defunct Specimen Academy. Despite resistance from his father, Mudadi’s dedication saw him often skipping school to train at the academy.

Under Prince Kadewere’s mentorship at FC Touch Academy, Mudadi’s talent blossomed. His first pair of football boots marked a pivotal moment.

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Donald Mudadi was born on March 2, 1996.

Club Career

In 2016, Mudadi embarked on his club career, initially joining Commando Bullets on loan from FC Touch Academy. His impactful performance led to another loan spell, this time with Black Rhinos, upon their promotion to the premier league. Mudadi’s dedication was evident as he willingly supported his family with the earnings from his football endeavours.

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Transitioning to Triangle United Football Club, Mudadi showcased his skills on an international platform, representing the club in the CAF Confederation Cup in 2019. Despite his efforts, his tenure at Triangle United proved challenging, prompting a move to Harare City Football Club. However, fate dealt a blow as Harare City faced relegation at the conclusion of the 2022 season.

Destiny took a turn when Dynamos Football Club, under the guidance of former coach Herbert “Jompano” Maruwa, signed Mudadi to a two-year contract. His tenure with Dynamos reached a pinnacle when they clinched victory in the Chibuku Super Cup final against Ngezi Platinum on December 3, 2023.


In the realm of accolades, Donald Mudadi’s prowess earned him notable recognition. Despite narrowly missing out on the Castle Lager Soccer Star of the Year award in 2023, his contributions were acknowledged by the Footballers Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ), naming him the Best Male Player of the Year.

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