Zola 7 trends after sharing rare pic: "You taught us good values"

Zola 7 trends after sharing rare pic: "You taught us good values"

- Zola 7 trended on social media after he shared a rare pic of himself on Monday

- Zola 7's fans took to his comment section to praise him for his role in shaping their lives through his music and TV shows

- The legendary Zola 7 recently dropped the tracks Hlengiwe and Bonginkosi with Cassper Nyovest

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Zola 7 trended on social media recently after he shared a rare pic of himself chilling outside his home. The musician's fans flooded his comment section to praise him for his contribution in the Mzansi entertainment industry.

Zola changed the lives of many people in the country with his uplifting songs and through his show titled Zola 7. The show aired from 2002 to 2010 on SABC 1. Each episode focused on a young person who with support from Zola realised his or her dream.

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He also recently hosted a Moja Love show called Hope with Zola. It focused on the alleviation of social problems like youth unemployment and the housing shortage.

Zola 7 trends after sharing rare pic: "You taught us good values"
Zola 7 trended on social media after sharing a rare pic. Image: @jamazola7/Instagram
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Zola became popular in Mzansi after he bagged the role of Papa Action on Yizo Yizo some years back. He then released a lot of banging tunes which saw him become an instant celeb in Mzansi.

The star recently collaborated with Cassper Nyovest on two songs. The tracks Hlengiwe and Bonginkosi can be found on Mufasa's new album titled Any Minute Now.

Check out some of the comments from Mzolisto's fans after he shared the rare snap on Monday evening, 16 November.

@eskeey wrote:

"I am listening to him and I hear 2Pac. This man gave and gave and gave until he couldn't give no more and no one gave back to him. The arts in SA is a cruel world."

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@maekotlou said:

"And if there's a young blood that can run for the presidency and lift this county, it's you."

@Thembisile_Q commented:

"I still long for that Zola 7 T-shirt."

@kince_dj said:

"A lot of people named their kids Lwandle because of you. You taught us good values from a young age, much love and respect for you."

@ErnestGilbert16 wrote:

"A living legend indeed! You have played your part around the continent with distinction. May your ancestors and the mighty God bless you and your family. We are blessed having you in Mzansi."


"Grootman Zola 7, may God keep blessing you with more years and years."

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha's younger brother Zamani has bagged a role on Rhythm City. Zamani will play the role of Suffocate's adoptive son Pule Ndlovu. Suffocate plays the leading role in the soapie.

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Zamani is not only famous in Mzansi because of his more popular sister and actress Nomzamo Mbatha. He is not new to acting as he recently portrayed the role of 'Zamani' in Isithembiso.

Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela shared the news on Twitter on Monday, 16 November. Phil also revealed that Zamani will make his debut on the soapie this coming Wednesday, 18 November. Tweeps have taken to social media to congratulate the talented Zamani on his new gig.

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