Zahara has been making headlines ever since the year began due to failure of submitting her income tax returns to the South African Revenue Service (SARS). Well it seems like the struggle continues after a warrant of arrest was issued by the Johannesburg commercial crimes court on Friday.
Some of the conditions which were attached to her arrest include a court appearance (which she missed before) and handing in her passport to the Roodeport police station not later than Thursday this week. Amid these tax woes, Zahara was very vocal about her exciting business she just started.
Last week, Zahara made an announcement on Twitter that she has just established a hair care company named Zahara, Country Girl. Fans and colleagues shared their congratulatory messages and wished her all the best in this new business venture. During the time of writing this article, no comment has been made by Zahara concerning this matter.
Image: Zahara's new business
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