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Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, better known by her stage name Makhadzi (meaning Aunty), is a South African singer-songwriter and dancer who was born on June 30, 1996. Her main hit songs "Tshanda Vhuya" and "Matorokisi" have made her a household name.

Makhadzi was born and raised in a little community called Ha-Mashamba Tshivhangani. The settlement is located in the Limpopo province, just outside of Elim. She grew raised in a low-income environment with parents who were both unemployed. Following her parents' divorce, Makhadzi and two of her siblings lived with their mother. She was thus motivated to set a good example for her younger siblings, as she was the oldest. Her grandmother had a significant influence on her childhood.

Mukula Integrated School was where she completed her 12th grade. Makhadzi earned a bachelor's degree in public relations and continued her education by studying theater.

Makhadzi began taking her dancing seriously at the age of 12 when she joined the Makirikiri Musical Group to pursue a career as a professional dancer in 2010. Later in life, she developed a liking for singing.

She made a move one beautiful day that she had no idea would turn her into who she is today by messing around in a recording studio while recording herself singing. The recording manager in charge of the studio at the time recognized her talent and believed she could do great if given the chance. He then offered her the opportunity to develop her talent in his studio.

Makhadzi wrote and produced all of the songs on her albums, and she has a tremendous hit on her hands.

Her first album, titled Muvhango, was released in 2012. The album became very big but being a determined soul set out to be a good example for her younger ones. She managed her studies and her growing musical career at the same time. As a youngster, Ndivhudzannyi explored her musical talent outside her little village and country by taking trips to places like France, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to perform.

Ndo Tshinyani (2013)

In 2013 she followed up her debut album titled Ndo Tshinyani (What did I do wrong), an album based on deep family problems that South Africans well received because it painted a story they could all relate to.


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