Bulelwa Mkutukana, best known by her stage name Zahara, is a South African singer-songwriter. Having signed a record deal with TS Records, her debut album Loliwe, which went double platinum. Her second album Phendula, produced three chart-topping single "Phendula", "Impilo", "Stay".
Currently her things are not going so well, and one in a distance can say she's depressed by what had happened to her with TS Record when she made the company name but they didn't generously pay her.
Since then, she has been finding her self at the wrong side of the law.
It was once reported that She's been found guilty of failing to appear in the Palm Ridge Specialised Commercial Crimes Court. The Commercial Crimes Court handed down the verdict after the singer failed to appear in court on 19 April. A warrant of arrest was then issued and she appeared on 7 June.
Now according to Sunday world newspaper, there is another warrant of arrest issued on Zahara. Details haven't sured yet and we promise that immediately when police confirms that, will keep you posted.
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