Ifani To Put An End To Load shedding

Ifani To Put An End To Load shedding


Loadshedding is one of the most dreaded occurrences that South Africans experience from time to time. In many instances when a scheduled load shedding is announced social media goes beserk.

Ifani as a qualified Engineer has tasked himself with putting an end to load shedding once and for all. He and Longyuan SA Renewables will put their heads together to ensure that South Africa never experiences load shedding ever again.

The rapper turned TV presenter took to social media to announce his next project which a loadshedding free country. ” Back on my engineer game. This time, I’m working with @LongyuanSA. We’re gonna say bye-bye to load-shedding soon! And clean!”

He then added, “As engineers, we go back to the community that raised us to raise them. This is us, @LongyuanSA in De Aar.”


Ifani is an educated man and holds a BSc (Hons) computer science & BSc (computer engineering) from the University of Cape Town. Apart from rapping he is also a television host for the SABC 3 Amah Knows Best.

Following his very emotional interview with Slikour where he discussed how his decision to quit rap and how it had negatively affected him, his family and baby mommas, he has dusted himself off and went back into the entertainment industry.

Amah Knows Best sees the rapper travelling all across China and trying out the different cuisine’s. It seems to be a hit in Mzansi as it trends every week on Twitter.

The show is all about ancient generational recipes that have been shared with Amah’s which are elderly people, over the years. Ifani will be travelling and trying out these foods.

The media personality also wants to utilize his all of his God given talents to the best of his ability. He had announced earlier this month that he will also be releasing new music and has shared the artists he worked with which include Yanga Chief and hopefully Anatii. Fans can expect to hear his 13 features on radio as well as 13 music videos which will be seen on TV.

When Ifani quit the entertainment industry, he went back to working a 9 to 5 job as an engineer. When he was still pacing back and forth about whether or not he should get back in the industry, he sat down with Slikour and they discussed the repercussions of his decision.

“I have disappointed a lot of people, my entire family is disappointed in me. I have disappointed my fans, I have disappointed my baby mommas, I have two now, they don’t want to see me. And the main thing they talk about is ‘why aren’t you working? Why are you chilling at home. There I am chilling at home, doing nothing.

“For that disappointment I want to say I am sorry. My career was supposed to blossom. Take Xhosa to overseas, I had dreams but all of a sudden I said No,” he said.

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