Gogo Maweni and DJ Sbu accuséd of pois0ning and kiIIing Zahara. Hard evidénce and CCTV footage have provén that DJ Sbu and Gogo Maweni have something to do with Zahara’s déath.
The acclaimed AfroPop artist Bulelwa “Zahara” Mkututana has passed away, as confirmed by recent reports from SABC news this morning. The sad news was further emphasized by Arts and Culture Minister Zizi Kodwa, who expressed deep condolences to Zahara’s family and the South African music community.
In a late-night tweet, Minister Kodwa lamented the loss of the singer and highlighted Zahara’s significant and enduring contribution to South African music. The minister recalled Zahara’s remarkable impact on the industry.
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Zahara’s family had previously addressed media reports about her health two weeks ago. In a statement on her social media accounts, they acknowledged her hospitalization due to “physical pains,” with doctors providing treatment. Unfortunately, Zahara passed away on Monday at a private hospital, and the cause of her death has not been disclosed.
While there were initial reports circulating on SABC news this morning suggesting the involvement of DJ Sbu and Gogo Maweni in Zahara’s death, it is crucial to note that these we are still trying to get more information on this. The investigation is ongoing, and the cause of Zahara’s passing remains unconfirmed.
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The late singer gained widespread recognition with her debut studio album, “Loliwe,” released in 2011, achieving double platinum status. Her subsequent albums, including “Phendula” in 2013 and “Country Girl” in 2015 (which went triple platinum), solidified her position in the music charts. Her fifth album, “Nqaba Yam,” reached number one on iTunes.
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Zahara, a self-taught guitarist, earned numerous accolades throughout her career, including 17 SAMusic awards, three Metro FM awards, and a Nigeria Entertainment award.
The news of Zahara’s passing has prompted an outpouring of condolences on social media. Many are expressing shock and sadness, with singer-songwriter Lady Zamar acknowledging Zahara’s significant contributions to the South African music industry and her iconic presence with a guitar in hand. Zahara’s legacy and impact on the music scene will be remembered and missed by many.
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