Makhadzi reminds fans that celebs are human too. Image via Instagram @makhadzisa

‘Keep on shining’: Makhadzi stuns on the cover of UK magazine [photos]

Makhadzi is turning heads with a bold cover feature on the UK’s Classique Q&A. The ‘Ghanama’ hitmaker also celebrates her first international award!


Makhadzi reminds fans that celebs are human too. Image via Instagram @makhadzisa

Limpopo-born star Makhadzi has been moving and shaking since the beginning of 2021. The Ghanama hitmaker is on the front of the UK’s Classique Q&A magazine and she looks absolutely stunning! She also bagged her first All Africa Music Award (Afrima) for her hit song Murahu from her 2020 album Kokovha

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Classique Q&A magazine a UK-based publication that was founded by Sakhile Khanye. The magazine describes itself as an opportunity to learn about amazing talent.

Sharing the bold cover on her Instagram, Makhadzi gushed over her own beauty! The songstress stunned in with two looks for the magazine cover. The first, a casual look with a denim jacket and a pearl necklace, and the second is a more classic and formal look. 

“We dream and work hard for our dreams to come true.. Look how beautiful I am on a UK Magazine cover it’s final here,” wrote Makhadzi. 


Adding another achievement to her list, Makhadzi is also an international award-winning artist! The 25-year-old musician was nominated for three Afrimas but only walked away with one for best artist, duo or group in African Electro. She won the award for her song Murahu featuring Mr Brown. 

Taking to Instagram to celebrate her achievement she wrote: “Congratulations to myself, the whole team and my fans for winning this award. It’s possible black child.”

“Your love and support is too much thank you very much. Mr Brown thank you very much for always pushing me to believe in myself when I am in studio, I always deliver the best because of your contribution.” 

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Makhadzi’s fans took to Twitter to praise her for her recent achievements. One tweep wrote: “From grass to grace. You represented South Africa very well. Keep on shining. Afrima award 2021… Makhadzi wavhorine.” 

Another wrote: “Makhadi continue to fly SA flag high.”

“When it comes to hits Makhadzi is consistent. Congratulations to her for winning the Best Artist at the Afrima Awards.”