Ndlovu told The Zimbabwean: “My heart bleeds whenever I see other people struggle. I treasure sharing whatever I have with others, especially those who are in dire need.”
Born in Plumtree, Ndlovu has shared her music knowledge and helped many musicians in Zimbabwe and in SA.
“No matter what you have achieved in life, always remember home and respect the elders in the society. Then, definitely, blessings will follow you,” said Ndlovu.
The 2011 SA Crown Gospel Awards nominee practises what she preaches.
Over the last few years, she’s donated soccer kits to primary schools in Bulilima-Mangwe, Zuzaphi, Khame, Mangubo, Kungubo, Ndolwane and Huwana; food, clothes and household items to underprivileged people in Berea Park in Johannesburg, and school uniforms worth more than R8,000 to her former primary school, Huwana in Plumtree.
Ndlovu has also devoted time giving guidance and motivational speeches to upcoming artists.
Her ambition is to collaborate with one of the well-known SA gospel artists.
Ndlovu started her music career in 2007 with Amakholwa Amahle in Johannesburg. In 2009, she went solo but still gives guidance to the group.
In 2010, she released her solo album, Umkhuleko Wami Kubaba.
The album gave her a new lease of life in music and she was among the artists who performed in the opening ceremony of the 2010 World Cup.
In Zimbabwe, she performed at the Heroes Splash Gala in Masvingo.Post published in: Arts