Neria is a Zimbabwean film made in 1993, written by the novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga. It is directed by Godwin Mawuru and the screenplay was written by Louise Riber. It is the highest grossing film in Zimbabwean history.
The film concerns the struggles of a woman in a rural town in Zimbabwe when she is widowed after her husband is killed in an accident. The soundtrack of the film was sung by Oliver Mtukudzi.