Zola 7 is a well-known Kwaito musician in South Africa. He was raised in Soweto's ghettos, yet he persevered and altered his tale. He has received numerous honors for his songs.
He stepped down from hosting the doc-reality show "Utatakho" on Mzansi Magic in 2015 due to a heavy workload. He was not only the host of "Utatakho" in 2015, but he also played a pivotal role in the drama series "Ayeye." Nimrod Nkosi took his place.
The first episode of the TV show aired on July 7, 2015. Its subject was centered on assisting people who were dealing with concerns of paternal abandonment. Dlamini elaborated,
There has been so much interest that it has been overwhelming in some ways to realize how many people want to talk about this issue and how interested people are. It's also incredibly thrilling, not only because of the attention the show is receiving, but also because this is something I am very enthusiastic about.
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It's fantastic to be able to assist a few people in dealing with this.
According to the Daily Sun, in 2016, the artist was forced to sell his two Melville homes in order to support UJ students by providing them with housing. It is thought that he received approximately R 1.4 million from the residences. He owned high-end vehicles such as a BMW Z4, a Hemi V8, and a Chrysler 300 C.
Zola 7 is a real person who does not brag about his celebrity. He has stepped forward to encourage others who have lost hope in life as a result of family troubles. Believe in your ability to succeed in life.
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