‘Thank you for your talent’, SA pays tribute to ‘Loliwe’ singer Zahara
South Africans have taken to social media to pay tribute to ‘Loliwe’ singer Zahara who passed away on Monday evening at 36 years
Minister of Sport, Arts & Culture Zizi Kodwa confirmed that award-winning musician Zahara passed away on Monday evening, 11 December at the age of 36 in a Johannesburg hospital.
Sources close to the “Loliwe” hitmaker revealed to Zimoja that she was admitted with liver complications after complaining of stomach pains
She was taken to hospital after celebrating her birthday on the 9th of November, soon after her fiancé, Mpho Xaba paid lobola for her.
It is reported she was admitted when her stomach pains persisted, she spent about two weeks in the medical ward before she was transferred to the ICU where doctors discovered her liver was damaged.
The singer slipped into a coma after her lungs collapsed and her kidneys were reportedly affected too. The multi-award-winning musician is survived by her mother and siblings and her husband, Xaba.