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Wheelchair DJ Livhuwani Mutsharini puts Limpopo on the map

By: Andzani Hlongwane

A famous 23 year old Livhuwani Mutsharini popularly known as DJ Majarine from the Limpopo province will fly the South African flag high with his talent while performing in Angola in the City of Luanda at a Night Club called Electro Pool Sunset on the 25th of May 2019.

 

Livhwani will display his talent on the decks by being one of the few DJs with disabilities to perform outside the boarders of the republic for able audience.

The young DJ who draws his inspiration from one of the South African finest DJ Coffee and DJ Mbambo who mentored and discovered him, he was adopted by Office of the Premier (OTP) as part of social responsibility, OTP played a huge role in changing his life and that includes buying him an automated wheelchair to advance his mobility.

“We are extremely proud of him as he progress in a positive and inspiring way to his peers and those having disabilities without hope. I urge all young people who may share any form of disability to know that disability does not mean inability”. Said Maluta Mulibana Deputy Director Special Programmes

Livhwani is currently doing grade 12 at the Helene Franz Special School and looking forward to matriculate and pursue his dreams as a recognized international DJ that will break boundaries of limited path of people with disability.

During his send off ceremony at the OTP headquarters of Mowaneng Building, Director for Special Programmes Mr Selaelo Makgato congratulated Livhwani for being an inspiration to those that have lost hope and to fly South African flag high while specifically putting Limpopo province on the African map with talent.

The Deputy Director of Special Programmes Mr. Maluta Mulibana went on to say that Livhuwani Mutsharini popularly known as DJ Mararine to his loving fans was adopted by the Premier who did a lot for him to attend School; the Premier at one time went on to contribute towards his wellbeing by buying him an automated wheelchair for him be mobile. He further explained that they are expressly honoured and extremely proud of him as he is progressing in his life and more particularly his interest of being a Disc Jockey (DJ). He urged all young people who may share any form of disability to know that disability does not in fact mean inability, that they too have capacity and talents. He went on to say that young people should not sit on their bottoms and do nothing but rather focus on their abilities and use them to their advantage and things will work for them.