ONE of the original Utakataka Express founding members Ronnie Mudhindo reckons he has an ambassadorial role to play across the Limpopo.
The lanky performer, who made a huge gamble when he ditched the late Tongai Moyo at his peak to assemble Vazvamburi Express, has been mentoring and recording an array of Zimbabwean artistes based in South Africa.
The Zvambu hit-maker, who doubles as a haulage truck driver in South Africa, says he would not quit music which made him a household name back home.
Ronnie insists it remains his responsibility to give back to the industry through mentorship programmes and workshops.
For Mudhindo, he can also render his services as a session musician owing to his versatility.
Although music is no longer his only source of income, Ronnie has vowed to share his skills with fellow artistes who approach him.
“Teaching music is a calling and I can’t resist it even though I’m doing well here in South Africa where I have settled with my family.