Zahara connects with roots in Eastern Cape & shows off herding skills

Zahara connects with roots in Eastern Cape & shows off herding skills

- Zahara has been back on home soil in the Eastern Cape and she’s been loving it

- Taking to social media, Zahara has been sharing her adventure with her fans, from cattle herding to goat commanding

- Lockdown may have stopped Zahara from preforming but it has given her the opportunity to reconnect with her roots

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Zahara has been back on home soil in the Eastern Cape and she’s been loving it. Getting back in touch with her country girl roots has been a vibe. Leaving the rural lands to follow your dreams is something many young South Africans do. Living in the city is where people make things happen.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Zahara decided to go back to the Eastern Cape during lockdown to spend time with her family and to reconnect. Sis has been loving every moment of it. While lockdown has not left much room for people in the entertainment industry to make money, Zahara has found the silver lining in her story.

Taking to social media, Zahara has been sharing her adventure with her fans. Seeing her heard cattle and walk the streets of her hometown has been refreshing.

“My cows follow me I don’t walk behind em ❤️ They do not call me #countrygirlinternation for nothing. Molweni.”

Zahara even had the goats listening to her every command. Gurl knows a thing or two about keeping cattle in line.

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“If connect with your imfuyo you are blessed, you just tell them were to go and they do just that #Countrygirlinternational loves you, so as I’m busy cooking my 5th album.”

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.

Zahara connects with roots in Eastern Cape & shows off herding skills

Zahara reconnects with her roots in Eastern Cape & shows off herding skills. Image: @Zahara.
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