The songstress who has become an instant hit with South Africans following her successful album Loliwe, boasts under her belt eight SAMA awards this year, and having heard her latest duet, history is bound to repeat itself.
To add spice on the grilled meat, we can confirm that one of the country’s leading financial institutions Nedbank have partnered with her, and the announcement will be made next week in Sandton at an exclusive joint.
She has been christened as South Africa’s ‘Tracy Chapman’ as a result of her magical guitar which has garnered her respect and to think of it, some hint of jealously amongst her peers within the industry, which prompted her recording company TS Records, to intervene and allay fears and talks that her independency and finances have been compromised.
Hailing all the way from Phumlani settlement outside East London, the 24-year old gem of mzansi promises her fans a two-night tons of fun.
The God fearing Zahara, made headlines when he performed exclusively for the first democratic elected President utata Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela at his home in Qunu last year, whom it was reported he has a soft spot for her.
Zahara was not available for comment.
To all the nay-sayers- be at Carnival City and rally behind our own star who has indeed transformed the musical scene in our country.
Both nights it starts from 8pm and tickets cost R180 to R250, which are available from Computicket outlets.