Good News: Zahara's Fans Save Her Townhouse

She is breathing a huge sigh of relief

By  | Jul 08, 2022, 04:54 PM  | Zahara  | Drama

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There is always light at the end of the tunnel indeed. Loliwe hitmaker Zahara
is breathing a huge sigh of relief after her townhouse was saved.
In a Facebook post, Zahara expressed her gratitude to her fans for supporting her. Her house was scheduled for auction today, but she cancelled it after receiving contributions from her fans to save it.

"A month back your Country Girl came out and spoke about how she's on the verge of losing her house and asked for Donations in coming up with the R350 000 the bank wanted. Your Country Girl came out and spoke about her financial problems to show ownership of her life moving forward. Thank you to each and every individual who donated and helped out, your contributions were very helpful.. Nenze njalo nakwabanye. The auction that was scheduled tomorrow is canceled. Thank you for your donations and prayers," she captioned the post.

She went on to thank Radio 2000, UMhlobo Wenene, Lusanda Mbane  for giving her a platform to tell her story."

Her fans reacted to the post.

Mpho Jewel Mokgaga commented "I feel like dancing to your song right now. Wow, I thank God for coming thru for you. Please work on settling it so that you don't have to go thru the same stress again. I'm so happy for you."

Maxy KhoiSan commented"We thank God for you my lovey..he is a true living God For all of us...he saw u thru coz u trusted in him trully.Proud of u Bulelwa.You are Gifeted & are blessed indeed sister."

Zukie Zizikazi commented"I knew that you will rise above, qhubeke mntanegazi uthandaza, ndikuthanda izantyalantyala zento, He is a living God sisi, wish can hug and squeeze you tight am so happy for you, tell the devil you refuse, wishing you a lot of gigs coming your way, may the Good Lord bless you more, Zahara the road is bumpy to all of us but lets continue trusting God mntanegazi. Am happy for you kodwa bendisazi ungu Thixo ovayo uzindlebe zonke kowu andisavuyi Bawo."

Zahara was reportedly at loggerheads with Nedbank after defaulting on her monthly instalments. City Press reported she was on the verge of losing her 1.9 million rand house after Nedbank threatened to put it on auction to the highest bidder for defaulting on her R17 665, 40 monthly installments.The star reportedly took out a R1.9 million loan to buy her Roodeport home

According to Daily Sun, the Loliwe hitmaker reached out to Kaizer Chiefs because she believed they could help her with her financial woes. She wanted assistance with hosting a three-hour concert for her fans in order to raise funds to save her house.

“I want to approach Kaizer Chiefs to help me. I promise to do great. I just want to have a concert, not just for me but my fans and family too,”
she told the publication.

“I want to plead with Chiefs and Kaizer Motaung when they have their next match. I don’t want to do much. I just want to sing my heart out. I can do a three-hour show. All I’m asking for is the sound equipment, stadium and ambulances as well as other things,"
she added.

We are glad that her fans have managed to pull through for her.

Image Cred: Instagram @ZaharaSA

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