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Born Selemani Mpochi
  • Dancer
Employer Alick Macheso
Known for Being Alick Macheso's lead dancer

Majuice is a Zimbabwean dancer who specialises in a form of dance known as Borrowdale which mimics galloping horses at Borrowdale race club. He dances for Orchestra Mberikwazvo frontman Alick Macheso


He was born Selemani Mpochi in April 1987 in Harare's Rugare surburb. [1]


He attended Rugare Primary School for his primary education and Kambuzuma High School for his high school education.[1]


In an interview Majuice said he started dancing while he was at Rugare Primary. He has worked with several musicians that include; Mbuya Madhuve's mbira group Shumba Stars, Famous 7 led by George Tafirenyika, Leonard Zhakata, the late Sam Mtukudzi, Peter Tangwena and a band co-founded by Katarina and one Kajanda. He met Alick Macheso at Pakare Paye Arts Centre. Majuice frequented Pakare Paye while working for Sam Mtukudzi even though he was a member of Peter Tangwena's Star Light Musica. He was hired by Macheso who was impressed with his dance skills when he used to perform as supporting acts for Orchestra Mberikwazvo.[1]

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  • Majuice started drinking in 2017 and he said it is just for pleasure.[1]
  • Before he joined Macheso he was a commuter omnibus driver.[2]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Majuice celebrates 30th birthday, Daily News, published: April 20, 2017, retrieved: April 20, 2017
  2. Vasco Chaya, Majuice mends his ways, Daily News, published: April 16, 2017, retrieved: April 20, 2017