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More trouble for Zahara as bank aims to auction her townhouse

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Zahara says she had no money to pay her bank loan instalments during the hard lockdown, but has tried to make up the shortfall Photo: Gallo images/Sowetan/Veli Nhlapo
Zahara says she had no money to pay her bank loan instalments during the hard lockdown, but has tried to make up the shortfall Photo: Gallo images/Sowetan/Veli Nhlapo

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After having awards stolen from her townhouse in a recent break-in, Afropop sensation Zahara, whose given name is Bulelwa Mkutukana, faces another hurdle as creditors of the residence in Roodepoort, west of Johannesburg, could put it up for auction on May 7.

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