Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona is professionally known as Makhadzi and that's her stage name. She is a South African singer and a dance4. Born and raised in Ha-Mashamba, just outside Makhado, Limpopo province. She is best known for her songs "Tshanda Vhuya" and "Matorokisi".
She has been on this entertainment industry for long without breakthrough, performing in the dust streets of Thohoyandou without any success, realizing so many albums without any lucky, up until few years ago when she made a breakthrough.
Now Makhadzi she's an international singer, performing in international stages and African people loved her so much.
Now Makhadzi was spotted wearing African National Congress (ANC) regalia and it didn't seat well with her fans.
Khoza shared that, "Wearing a party regalia could cause you supporters even if you are ANC member but you must respect your supporters. Be neutral Makhadzi and leave politics to politicians. We love you".
Some comments are just advice for her not to mix politics with her career because it might backfire.
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