Right-handed batsman who is notable for being the first Zimbabwean cricketer to reach a number of milestones, including becoming the first black Zimbabwean to score a first-class century. He has played domestically for teams like the Sylhet Royals and has represented Zimbabwe at tournaments like the ICC World Twenty20 and Cricket World Cup.
He was born in the capital city of Zimbabwe, Harare, and made his domestic debut with Manicaland in 2000.
His opening partnership of 167 with Vusi Sibanda in a One Day International against West Indies in December 2007 set a new national record.
His brothers Shingirai Masakadza and Wellington Masakadza are also cricketers.
He was teammates with Brendan Taylor on the Zimbabwean national team at the 2015 Cricket World Cup.