- Zahara has bagged an international award for the Best Female Artist in the East, South and North of the African continent
- She was granted the accolade by the African Entertainment Awards in the USA
- Zahara took to social media to share the news with her fans and thanked them all for voting for her
South African singer and songwriter Zahara has just won big in an international award ceremony. The songstress won the award for the Best Female Artist at the African Entertainment Awards, USA. The category took into consideration the artists from the East, South and North of the African continent.
Zahara, real name Bulelwa Mkutukana took to social media to express her gratitude for winning the award. She also thanked her fans for their endless support.
"Thank you to everyone who voted for #Countrygirlinternational, I love you guys," said Zahara on Instagram.
The singer also thanked the awards show, as well as her fans once again for the fact that she managed to bag another huge award. Zahara began singing at a young age and made her dreams come true when she made it big in Mzansi.
Now, she is also receiving recognition on an international scale. Social media users were thrilled about the star and the fact that she had won the award. Congratulations to the South African country girl.
Briefly.co.za put together a number of reactions from the comments section of her post:
zee.823 said: "Congratulations Zahara."
thandazosibeko commented: "She deserves."
bellisimore commented: "Congratulations sugar, you deserve it. Strut it Nono."
In other music-related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee is set to perform as a virtual avatar. Black Coffee has revealed that he will soon perform as a virtual avatar. The star retweeted a tweet from EDM.com (Electronic Dance Music) which explains how the whole process will work.
According to EDM.com, the world-renowned DJ will have a custom avatar developed in his image and will perform through use of motion-capture technology. The Drive hitmaker captioned his post:
"The future is here."
Mzansi social media users have taken to Black Coffee's comment section to share their thoughts on his post.
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