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Born in Chinhoyi, Makonde District, Zimbabwe, Bertha trained as a Primary School teacher and graduated with Infant Specialisation for which she was awarded the Makahamadze trophy for obtaining a distinction in Theory of Education. When she is not working on her writing career, Bertha works full time as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (Recovery Rooms) at an NHS Foundation Trust, England. ‘A Life Steered’, a novel which draws heavily from her own life experiences has become her best-selling book. Her E-book ‘Through Barbed Wire’ is a compilation of the motivational articles she has written over the years and is available on Amazon Kindle.

Bertha’s articles have been widely published in the Reading Post and the Reading Chronicle, UK, as well as other resources online. Bertha has been interviewed on various media channels including the BBC Radio Berkshire and The Heart Talks Television Channel. She also gives presentations at various conferences around the world including church and writers’ conferences. Bertha also volunteers in the community and takes part in health screening workshops arranged through her local church and loves to support various other charities as well.
Bertha is currently editing the manuscript of her second novel due to be published soon. It is through her passion for writing, her hands-on nursing career as well as helping others in the community that Bertha finds the most pleasure!