Zahara shares touching video of her praying for a fan during concert

Zahara shares touching video of her praying for a fan during concert

- Zahara won the love of many South Africans by pausing during a concert for a moment of prayer

- Concert-goers joined Zahara in prayer during the performance

- Zahara revealed her soft and spiritual side when she called the fan up on stage to share a prayer with him

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Soul singer, Zahara, stopped the music at a concert recently for a moment of prayer for a young man who appeared to have been suffering some medical issues.

Zahara was part of the Sisters with Guitars concert alongside Berita and Msaki on Saturday night at the Emperors Palace.

As the soul musician started praying for healing, the crowd joined her, then she sealed the prayer with a hug.

Zahara wrote on her Instagram, "Please keep praying for this young man," and the prayers continued to flow, even from her Instagram followers.

@makaulaa commented:

"If Ezekiel commanded dead bones into life through his strong faith in God, we can also do it, believe and have faith in God and we will do wonders through His name. Amen May God be with the young Man because He is the only one who knows what the boy is going through siyabulela sisi may God be with you all throughout career and bless you."

Fellow soul singers also praised Zahara for using her platform to help and heal others.

The Soil's Buhle commented:

"This is powerful!! Using your crafts to break the shackles zikamthoyoli. Love you Zee."

READ ALSO: Zahara's youth development project gets a stamp of approval from fans

Meanwhile, recently reported that Zahara is one of Mzansi's most prominent singers and she's reaching out to youngsters in Gauteng.

Her heart is clearly in the right place as she hopes to enhance the lives of kids by using art and sports.

The singer shared a tweet in which she showed how she spent time with some boys on a field and her fans are loving it.

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