- Zahara announced that she had had to cancel over 18 shows worldwide since the coronavirus outbreak started
- She explained that she put all her gigs on hold after the announcement, including a residency at Emperors Palace in Gauteng
- While she has been able to reschedule some, Zahara's lost some serious green thanks to the 'rona'
Zahara has lost a large number of gigs around the world which have cost her thousands in revenue. Artists have been hit hard with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Taking heed of the president’s call for people to stay home for the lockdown period to contain the spread of the deadly virus, Zahara has done just that.
Briefly.co.za learnt that she spoke to TshiaLIVE and said that all her gigs were put on hold after the announcement of the lockdown, which also included a residency at Emperors Palace.
A performance that was supposed to be held at Emperors Palace later this month has been postponed. Zahara said that a new date would be announced as soon as the lockdown is lifted.
Due to the global shutdown, the Loliwe star revealed that she lost out on over 18 shows. Zahara said she has been hit hard, either cancelling or postponing shows. Her shows were supposed to be held in US, UK, Europe and Africa. The artist shared that she was supposed to visit Germany and after that the Ivory Coast in Africa.
Zahara said that the time she is spending at home now has given her quality time with family members that she resides with and keeping in touch with other loved ones. Zahara said that during the lockdown she has been forced to rest and to get in touch with people she loves.
She says that things could be worse and she will most definitely abide by the president’s instructions and is urging fans to do the same.
Zahara stated that South Africans are strong as a nation and that we can overcome this!
In other news, A few Mzansi celebs such as Somizi Mhlongo, Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa and DJ Sbu have decided to help educate the children of Mzansi during lockdown and peeps are not sure how they feel about it.
Briefly saw what a stir the celebrity teaching initiative caused – it seems the people of Mzansi don’t want unqualified people teaching their children.
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Lockdown Digital School has been sponsored by the government, MsZora, an online education platform by Africa Teen Geeks and the Sasol Foundation.
The people of Mzansi have taken to social media to air their views and make their #CelebritiesAreNotTeachers points heard.
The general consensus is that actual teachers should have been given these positions, not celebs.
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