- DJ Euphonik is one many Mzansi celebs who have decided to use their lockdown time to broaden their knowledge
- The Busa hitmaker has revealed that he has enrolled for a construction management course at the University of Cape Town
- The media personality and businessman also encouraged his fans to use this time to study further
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Mzansi celebs are using the Covid-19 lockdown to further their studies it seems. DJ Euphonik is the latest star to reveal that he has gone back to school amid the lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The DJ and businessman took to social media to tell his fans that he is "back at it" and is using his lockdown time to "feed the mind".
The star is studying towards a construction management qualification at the University of Cape Town. The Busa hitmaker also encouraged his fans to use their free time in lockdown to study.
He captioned his Instagram post:
"Back at it! Feed the mind. Silver lining from this whole Covid-19 pandemic is time to learn."
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Euphonik recently reminded those who are still blessed enough to be employed amid the pandemic not to take their jobs for granted. Hundreds of thousands of people from across the world have lost their jobs because of the virus.
Euphonik is not the only Mzansi entertainer who is feeding his mind during this period.
Briefly.co.za reported that Idols SA presenter and producer ProVerb excitedly ventured into tax law. The star, who is also known for being a rap artist, is studying towards the qualification through the University of Cape Town.
ProVerb said he is seeking knowledge and empowerment in order to make informed decisions and wiser moves.
Musician Zakes Bantwini also got accepted to Harvard University. The star made the announcement as he celebrated his 40th birthday.
He is studying the business of entertainment, media and sport at the prestigious Harvard Business School.
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