- Rapper and TV presenter iFani has decided to put his engineering skills to the test by helping solve the load-shedding issue in Mzansi
- iFani has a qualification in engineering and has decided to make use of it by helping reduce the load that leads to dreaded load-shedding in Mzansi
- Taking to social media, iFani let fans know that he is using his skills by partnering up with @LongyuanSA to solve this dreaded issue
Mzayifani Mzondeleli Boltina, better known as iFani, has decided to put his engineering skills to the test. iFani has a qualification in engineering and has decided to make use of it by helping reduce the power load that leads to dreaded load-shedding in Mzansi.
The Mzansi rapper, who is now also a TV show presenter, has combined his fame with his brains to come up with some handy solutions to one of Mzansi’s most frustrating issues - load-shedding.
Taking to social media, iFani let fans know that he is using his skills by partnering up with @LongyuanSA to solve this dreaded issue. By educating people on the matter, iFani believes he can make a difference.
IFani understands the importance and power of education and that is why this venture is so important to him.
“Back on my engineer game. This time, I'm working with @LongyuanSA. We're gonna say bye-bye to load-shedding soon!”
“As engineers, we go back to the community that raised us to raise them. This is us, @LongyuanSA in De Aar. #Education #FutureEngineers #kids #daycare Follow us here @LongyuanSA.”
IFani obtained a BSc (Hons) computer science & BSc (computer engineering) from the University of Cape Town. He is not just a lit rapper and a presenter, he is a qualified man who is not afraid to get his hands dirty.
Briefly.co.za previously reported iFani has bagged a new TV show and he is also back in the studio after quitting rap music a few years ago. The star, whose real name is Mzayifani Mzondeleli Boltina, shared a trailer of his new cooking show titled Amah Knows Best on social media.
The Shake hitmaker will be travelling across china trying new ancient generational recipes that have been shared with elderly Chinese people over the years.
According to the comeback kid's social media posts, the show will debut on SABC3 on 9 September. It will end in December. The 13-episode cooking programme will also feature 13 songs on radio and 13 music videos.
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