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Another big break for Makhadzi.

Makhadzi is the stage name of Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, a South African singer. She is most recognized for her compositions, "Tshanda Vhuya" as well as "Matorokisi." The South African superstar was born and raised in Ha-Mashamba, Limpopo.Earlier yesterday, Makhadzi decided to post some pictures on her Facebook fan page, notifying her followers about the R120 million deal that she had just sealed. After posting that picture of her with her business partners, South African citizens were left speechless after noticing the joy in her face. 


Mzansi citizens took their time to congratulate her on another milestone she had just started in terms of business. Those who know Makhadzi very well even mentioned her struggles back in 2013 when she used to perform in her local town of Thohoyandou in front of the shops, malls, and even taxi ranks just to promote herself. 



"Wow, the Bible says do not despise the small beginnings. We all saw Makhadzi performing in the taxi ranks, and now she's an upcoming billionaire. Indeed, the word of God is true and comes to pass. I'm glad that Makhadzi suffered a lot before and she worked hard to make it in this world. She really deserves this. Limpopo is winning everywhere, from the streets of Thohoyandou to the big stages worth millions of dollars.Not just Limpopo, but South Africa as a whole. May God bless you as you bless others. 


I respect you, Makhadzi. Congratulations. You have more supporters and fans. I believe you're doing a great job. Keep it up and God bless you. I wish it could be me one day, but I think you don't have to tell the world about your financial deals and money. I think that is too much Makhadzi. All we need to hear is your good music, not financial deals, because when things go wrong, you won't come back to tell us that. Learn from the most well-known celebrities who are now fallen angels and bankrupt. You shouldn't tell people that, but anyway, who am I to stick my little nose into your business? Don't get that twisted. I'm not jealous; just a little advice from one of your big fans. "Said Makhadzi's Facebook followers


According to the comments by her followers, who stated that she really deserves this because of her hard work and determination, one can say that Makhadzi is so special and she is getting the support she needs all over South Africa. 










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