South African song bird and contemporary Afro jazz singer, Zahara, is in the country for the Green Concert shows whose part of the proceeds will be channelled towards helping the Tokwe Mukosi flood victims.
Zahara,born Bulelwa Mkutukana together with her band members arrived in Harare on Friday to a rousing welcome from multitudes of fans.
She told the ZBC News she is ready to give her best in the two shows in Harare and Bulawayo.
Zahara and her band members spent two hours at the Harare International Airport after the concert organisers failed to produce a temporary import permit for her instruments.
The band members were later cleared after officials from the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate intervened.
They were then asked to pay a deposit fee for the instruments.
The concerts will be held under the theme: “Remembering Tokwe Mukosi – One Environmental Family.”
The Loliwe singer will be supported by Zimbabwe’s Goodwill Ambassador for the Water Conservation and Zero Littering campaign, Dereck Mpofu, Willis Wataffi and Cynthia Mare.