- Singer Zahara has definitely proved that she can rise above her setback and critics by accomplishing amazing things this year
- The star went on a world tour earlier this year, and now comes news that she's scored herself a gig as a judge on a continental talent show
- Zahara will be a judge on a show called Talented Africa, which is set to premiere in November
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Zahara is all set to wow African audiences with her services as a judge on Talented Africa. Talented Africa will be showcasing Africa's up-and-coming talent to the world.
Talented Africa was scheduled to have started a while ago, but the coronavirus pandemic put it on hold. However, it's all systems go now and registrations have already started.
The show is a collaboration between a host of African countries and will premiere in November. The grand prize is a whopping $100 000.
Zahara is certainly part of something huge right here.
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At the beginning of 2020, Zahara revealed that her aim was to kick some serious butt this year. she was definitely on a roll before the pandemic kicked in.
She had toured the UK, Canada and parts of the United States of America. Zahara also had her first movie in the works.
Restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic have delayed a few of Zahara's plans. However, we're sure she'll right up where she left off when Covid-19 dies down and restrictions are lifted.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo does not play nice when it comes to social media trolls. She recently delivered an epic clap-back after a troll shaded her looks.
The tweep said that Boity looks much older than, which is 30 years old. Boity had no choice but to bring out receipts of the of how the tweep looks.
The troll's own profile picture gave fans a total melt-down. It was the definition of don't throw stones if you live in a glass house.
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