Zahara is the stage name of South African singer and songwriter Bulelwa Mkutukana, born on November 9, 1987. She is now in love
Zahara is a South African singer-songwriter who rose to fame in 2011 with her debut album "Loliwe." She was born Bulelwa Mkutukana on November 9, 1987, in Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Zahara's music is a fusion of different genres, including Afro-soul, Afro-pop, and traditional music. She sings mainly in Xhosa, one of the official languages in South Africa.

"Loliwe," which means "Train," was a massive success, selling over 100,000 copies within 19 days of its release, and it became the fastest-selling album in South African history. The album won numerous awards, including eight South African Music Awards (SAMAs) and two Metro FM Music Awards.

Zahara has since released several other successful albums, including "Phendula" in 2013, "Country Girl" in 2015, and "Mgodi" in 2017. She has collaborated with artists, including Mzwakhe Mbuli, Mobi Dixon, and Kirk Whalum.

Zahara has also been recognized for her philanthropic work, particularly in education. She established the Zahara Army Foundation to assist underprivileged children in accessing education.

The man Zahara is with is a highly successful engineer. Mpho Xaba is the moniker that he goes by.

The newly engaged couple dated for six months before the singer's personal assistant and Xaba arranged for a surprise engagement at the singer's house in Johannesburg with the singer's immediate family and other close friends.

This is the third suggestion that Zahara has made. In 2017, after nearly five years together, she ended her engagement with her ex-fiancĂ© Amaza Ntshanga, a radio host on Umhlobo Wenene FM. It was rumored that the singer became engaged again in 2019—this time to Ian Sibiya; however, their romance did not last long either.