In this case, Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona (25) South Africa’s voice is South Africa’s voice. The vowel of South Africa. On June 30th, 1996, Ha-Mashamba Tshivhangani, Limpopo, was given birth to a son.
At the Integrated Institute of Secondary Education, Makhadzi Mukula received his secondary education. In the meantime, she is pursuing a master’s degree in drama.
Makhadzi’s life wasn’t always easy. She raised him and his two sisters alone when their parents divorced, but she was convinced that the singer had a special talent. By the time he was 12 years old, he was performing in taxi ranks to earn a living.
The song “Tshikwama” appeared in a song named “Master KG” by Makhadzi in 2019.
In addition to working with Mayten, Mampintsha, Gigi Lamayne, Moonchild Sanelly, and Sho Madjozi on October 16, Kokovha published his studio album on October 16. Makhadzi was quick to get to work.
Consistency, self-confidence, and belief in the greatness of life are all a part of Makhadzi’s life story.
Surely no one would have predicted that the girl who sang in cab ranks would one day become a well-known South African performer.
Images of Makhadzi are available here.