WATCH: Zolani Mahola on what inspired her solo career, overcoming her fears and what she hopes for in the future

Freshlyground (Photo: Gallo)
Freshlyground (Photo: Gallo)

Cape Town – Since the early 2000s, Freshlyground has been the unofficial soundtrack to South Africa's summer road trips and sporting moments. From their catchy anthem Doo Be Doo to their world cup song - with Colombian superstar, Shakira – Waka Waka the collective has topped charts and gotten toes tapping from Kirstenbosch to Polokwane.

Now lead singer, Zolani Mahola has struck out on her own as a solo artist and public speaker. The 38-year-old spoke to Channel24 about what inspired her solo journey, what she's learnt over the past seventeen years in the industry and so much more.


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