Maduvha, notable for her outstanding gifts and talents released her debut album in 2006 featuring hit tracks such as U Lavi Wam, Fhumulani and Light of My Life which all became international hits. In 2008, she delivered her second solo album simply titled AFRICA. This album featured three urban Venda songs: the captivatingly percussive Kondelelani inspires listeners to persevere through trials, Ndi a Ni Funa (I love you) has become an international hit and the gospel tune Mulweli. The title track, Africa, featured a Senegalese artist, Nomukounda.
Banane Mikulungwane is a song reminiscent to the people of Mozambique .The late Mozambican President, Samora Machel, was well known for rendering the song.
After a brief hiatus, the talented vocalist has released her third album. Now reclaiming her space as a gospel artist, Maduvha has bounced back to inject a positive message to the longing heart. The album is filled with great gospel songs with messages of praise and worship packed with songs that carry all the right sounds for 2014 and beyond. Maduvha is a versatile performer who is also known for her acting. She was introduced to the public in 2003 when she played herself in the SABC1 TV youth Drama, Gaz’ Lami 2&3. She then went on to the SABC2, Muvhango, where she is affectionately known ad the drama queen, Vele.
Maduvha played a cameo role in the feature film Max & Mona and in 2011 she featured on the movie “Paradise stop” with the likes of Kenneth Nkosi, Rapulana Seiphemo, Sonia Sedibe, and Vusi Kunene among others. Maduvha’s life experiences have led her to become a motivational speaker. Her passion is particularly for women and she carries a powerful message for Communities, Churches and Corporates around the world.