Makhadzi hints at being in a new relationship months after breaking up with Master KG. In May, the singer lamented about being single for 8 months; she opened up about missing being in love.
“So I must be single until when. Yooo it’s been full 8month and no one coming to fool me nyana. Guys I miss being in love, and this is no longer normal,” she wrote.
Despite being single, she remained focused on her music career, which led to the birth of her record label; she has also bought herself a third house and dropped her debut album as an independent artist.
Taking to Instagram stories, Makhadzi shared a snippet of a single off the new album. She claimed the single titled, Tshakhuma is her lover’s favourite song.
Meanwhile, the album has surpassed 2 million streams on Spotify and she’s full of gratitude to her supporters.
“Mbofholowo album reached 2milion streams in 2 weeks today thanks for the love and support,” she wrote.
In other news – Zimbabwe’s senior national women’s football team reach COSAFA Cup semi-finals
Zimbabwe’s senior national women’s football team, the Mighty Warriors, secured a spot in the COSAFA Women’s Championship semi-finals in Gauteng with a 1-1 draw against Botswana in the Group C decider in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
The Mighty Warriors, who only needed a point from their final Group C match to qualify for the semis, got off to a dream start with a well-executed corner kick leading to an early opening goal. Striker Privilege Mupeti, who was named Player of the Match, set up Ennety Chemhere, who headed home the opener in the first five minutes. Read More