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Following her claims against TS Records, It seems like Zahara is the Queen Bee now!

JOHANNESBURG: Loliwe hit-maker, Zahara has become the first South African artist to sign a concert residency deal with Emperors Palace Hotel Casino Convention and Entertainment Resort.

Speaking to Move Magazine, an excited Zahara, real name Bulelwa Mkutukana shared: "I;m the first to do it and we're still finalising the deal. I'm extremely excited about it."

According to the Magazine she explained that she got a call from Emperors Palace to have a chat and this is how talks about the deal came about. 

A concert residency means she'll be touring around all the branches of the Emperors Palace and won't be stationed in one location.

Her manager, Oyama Dyosiba said that they're quite excited about how things are turning out for the singer and that Zahara is growing as an artist.

Emperors Palace tweeted that they are proud to have the amazingly talented Afropop musician, Zahara sign on as a resident performer. 

On Thursday Zahara also said (via her Instagram) "Thank you Emperor's Palace, looking forward to a great partnership."

This is good news for Zahara, after she claimed that she was owed millions of rands by her former record label, TS Records, owned by TK Nciza and Sbu "DJ Sbu" Leope, claiming that she was underpaid for her performances, the sale of her records, and royalties for when her songs were played.

She made claims about her monster 2011 debut album Loliwe, which she said sold more than 500,000 copies.

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