- South African singer and dancer Makhadzi is back in the dating game, according to reports
- The Venda entertainer has been spotted with a businessman on several occasions and many have concluded that the pair are dating
- Neither Makhadzi nor the rumoured bae have responded to the reports
Makhadzi has reportedly moved on from Master KG and is now in the arms of a wealthy businessman.
Several local publications have reported that Makhadzi is dating Zwivhuya Nelwamondo, the Chief Executive Officer at Lwams Africa. The man is more popularly known as Zwi Lwams.
Lwams Africa has been sponsoring several of Makhadzi’s recent gigs. In addition, the Venda artist and businessman have been snapped in the same areas all too often.
Social media users did the math and concluded that the pair are dating.
From all the pics that the couple are snapping, it seems Lwams is spoiling Khadzi just as she deserves.
However, given the scrutiny that her previous relationship with Master KG garnered, it’s understandable why the muso has chosen to keep this relationship on the low.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mzansi singer Makhadzi has been doing the most lately and she bagged herself a special Valentine's Day performance. Makhadzi took to social media to share how much she enjoyed doing the performance.
"I dream big and challenge myself. I rehearsed very hard for this live session. I love it very much and I also wish you guys the best in your relationships," said Makhadzi.
The singer was wearing a sexy red two-piece as she gave her performance. She as performed a romantic song in TshiVenda, setting the perfect Valentine's Day mood for her audience.
Makhadzi has been making big moves in her career and it doesn't look like she aims to stop any time soon. Her fans have been supporting her through thick and thin, loving her energy.
Social media users took to Makhadzi's comments section under her post to share their thoughts on the clip:
"We love your music in the Eastern Cape, please visit one day, just a tour in the province."
"Makhadzi needs to be protected by all costs, she is our treasure."
"Love you Makhadzi. We cant spend a day in our house without dancing to your music. Keep on keeping on, queen."
"I love you and your music so much, my sister. May the Good Lord bless you and protect you always. Much love for you."
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