- Troubled musician Zahara has turned to South Africa's biggest football team as she battles her financial situation
- The 'Loliwe' hit-maker asked Kaizer Chiefs if the club could host her for its next home match, where she could host a concert
- The Amakhosi have since responded to her request, saying that it would get back to her as soon as it had reached a decision
Musician Zahara has approached her financial problems with a uniquely sporting solution.
The 'Loliwe' hit-maker has asked Kaizer Chiefs to perform at the club's next home match. This is on the back of revelations that she could lose her home, with members of the public as well as some celebrities also chipping in with their own donations.
Zahara said in an interview with the Daily Sun that she would not disappoint as she aimed to alleviate her problems:
“I want to approach Kaizer Chiefs to help me. I promise to do great. I just want to have a concert, not just for me but my fans and family too. I just want to sing my heart out. I can do a three-hour show. All I’m asking for is the sound equipment, stadium, and ambulances as well as other things.
"Should the team allow me this opportunity, I will tell my story from beginning to end and sing all the songs my friends enjoy. I'm specifically asking the club because I've been a fan since I was a young kid."
According to a report in The South African, Chiefs spokesperson Vina Maphosa said the club had heard her plea, and would respond by tomorrow after it held discussions.
Jessica Motaung lands CAF role, becomes part of organising committee for women’s football on African continent
Jessica Motaung will be a part of history on the continent after landing a new role at the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF).
As reported by Sports Brief, Motaung is the daughter of Kaizer Motaung and the current Marketing and Commercial Director for Kaizer Chiefs. It’s now been announced that she will be a part of the CAF Organising Committee for Women's Football.
Her role will run from 2022 to 2024, with reports being that she will be a part of a group trusted to grow women's football on the continent.