Joseph Kunashe Ndondo was born in Marondera, Zimbabwe on the 23rd of August in 1991. He grew up in a middle class family in a small town in Zimbabwe and went into catholic boarding schools for much of his education. His father was a banker while his mother is a teacher by profession. Joseph lost his father when he had just started high school education. He went on to complete his Bachelor's degree in Applied Biology and Biochemistry at the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe in 2015. He is a Biochemist by profession who has worked in the pharmaceutical industry in Zambia as Quality Officer. He has experience as a teacher in Zimbabwean schools. Currently, he is an ambassador of the International Students Festival in Trondheim 2019. Joseph is also an alumnus to the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) a programme started by former United States President Barack Hussein Obama. He is also an alumnus to the Mandela Institute for Development Studies (MINDS) after attending the MINDS Regional training Workshop in Civic Education on Elections and Governance.