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It was not a nice place to be in. I was frustrated and so I drank a little to find happiness. It wasn’t that I needed it or that I was addicted. But I got to a point where one night I finished a whole bottle of wine by myself. I knew then that I needed to speak to someone and deal with this.” Zahara added that she went home to be with her mother and sisters, who fasted and prayed for her. “It really helped. I was able to get clarity and now I am sober since October. I haven’t touched alcohol since and I don’t miss it because I don’t think it was a problem for me before.” Here is the reason behind disclosing this part of her story to the public. “I want to show people that those stories weren’t true and that there was never a problem.” “I don’t want to be part of the statistics of those who kill themselves. People need to know that we are struggling and that sometimes we aren’t okay. Sometimes you have to ask for help. I was scared of talking about it at first but I am not anymore.”

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It was not a nice place to be in. I was frustrated and so I drank a little to find happiness. It wasn’t that I needed it or that I was addicted. But I got to a point where one night I finished a whole bottle of wine by myself. I knew then that I needed to speak to someone and deal with this.”  Zahara added that she went home to be with her mother and sisters, who fasted and prayed for her.  “It really helped. I was able to get clarity and now I am sober since October. I haven’t touched alcohol since and I don’t miss it because I don’t think it was a problem for me before.”  Here is the reason behind disclosing this part of her story to the public.  “I want to show people that those stories weren’t true and that there was never a problem.”  “I don’t want to be part of the statistics of those who kill themselves. People need to know that we are struggling and that sometimes we aren’t okay. Sometimes you have to ask for help. I was scared of talking about it at first but I am not anymore.”

Gqom star Babes Wodumo and her sister Nondumiso Simelane was
ordered to pay R1,000 fine or 30 days in jail for failure to appear in court in connection to their assault case and were also found guilty of contempt of court.

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A warrant for their arrest was issued on Friday and the two, alongside Afrotainment artist, Tipcee, appeared in the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

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However, they couldn’t make the appearance in court on Monday and the Simelane sisters told the court that they were unable to make the appearance because they had car trouble on their way back to Durban from Pietermaritzburg.

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Magistrate Jackie Jonck didn’t buy their excuse saying that “no one is above the law, even artists”.

“The court can understand cars break down, but I cannot understand why they didn’t present themselves after the car was fixed at 11:30am because the warrant had not been issued yet,” said Jonck.

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The case was remanded until April 24 for the common assault charges relating to an incident that occurred in March.

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