Say what? Zahara owes more than a million on her luxury Joburg home

Say what? Zahara owes more than a million on her luxury Joburg home

Zahara's problems seem to stack higher with every passing day. It is reported that the singer is more than R1 million behind on the bond payment for her home in Johannesburg and that she's also behind on her car payments.

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It looks like the troubles keep piling on for songstress Zahara. Not only did it come to light that she spent December in hospital due to liver failure, but she's also in a nasty fight with her former label, TS Records.

Now it's also reported that the gorgeous singer hasn't been paying her bills.

OKMzansi reported that Zahara's financial problems became public and that she hasn't been paying the bond payment on her home or the loan payment on her car.

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Zahara, according to reports, received a R1.9 million mortgage loan from Nedbank, and with this, she purchased a lovely home in Little Falls, Johannesburg.

The last payment made was back in June 2017 and Briefly.co.za gathered from reports that Zahara is believed to owe R1.7 million on her bond.

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Furthermore, it is reported that Zahara didn't pay the loan payments for her 2014 Evoque SUV either.

She apparently got more than R400 000 in a loan from Standard Bank towards payment of the car but hasn't paid since January.

If she doesn't pay up, Zahara stands to lose her home and car.

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All this comes amid claims from her manager and business partner, Sanele Dlamini, that she's looking for public sympathy. Things are apparently pretty chaotic behind the talented singer's closed doors.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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