Simplisious is the founder, chairman, and senior partner of Chihambakwe, Mutizwa & Partners law firm in Harare and Masvingo. He has over 35 years of experience practicing law, mainly commercial and corporate law, constitutional law, conveyancing, arbitration, tax law, and administration of estates.
He prides himself on establishing the first black law firm in Zimbabwe in 1979. He is chairman and director of various public and private companies.
He was president of the Law Society of Zimbabwe (for 3 terms), chairman of the Law Society Compensation Fund, chairman of the Estate Agents Council, and chairman of the Rent Board.
He was a Councillor of the Law Society of Zimbabwe for a period of over 25 years and a Member of the Southern African Development Community Lawyers Association, African Bar Association, Common Wealth Lawyers Association, and International Bar Association.
Born in 1950, Salina studied and worked as a nurse at Mpilo Hospital. She eventually rose to the position of nurse tutor at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals adding a Masters in education at the same time.
She then left nursing to join The Women's Action Group as the director, where she was among the leaders of the Zimbabwean delegation to the Beijing Women's Conference in 1998.
Upon her retirement she became a farmer and consultant in women's empowerment and welfare for HelpAge, PACT Zimbabwe and The Ministry of Women's Community Affairs among other organizations.
She has also served on the Harare City Commission and the boards of Jongwe Printing and Publishing, The Parirenyatwa Board of Advisors, NatPharm, and The Council of Estate Administratiors.
- Master of The High Court of Zimbabwe
- A holder of a Bachelor of Laws Honours degree and registered as a Legal practitioner, Notary public, and Conveyancer
- A member of the following:
- Board member - Council of Estate Administrators
- Board member - Judicial College of Zimbabwe
- Trustee - Harare City Library.
- Trustee - B S Leon Trust.
- Trustee - St Giles Rehabilitation Centre.
- Minister of Religion