The award-winning Afro-pop musician says that she has millions of visits with old recorded albums, TS Records.
Zahara made charges against TS Records staff of TK Nciza and Sbu Leope, claiming that she was not paid enough for what she did, selling her records, and duties when her songs were handed over. to play.
She has made submissions for her first debut for the 2011 monster LoliweShe sold more than 500,000 copies.
Sowet couldn't reach with Zahara for any further feedback yesterday, but Nciza said that he had heard figures about "R10m and R30m being pressed in the media".
"She will need prayers. I haven't been working with her for three years," said Nciza.
Zahara, the real name of Bulelwa Mkuthukana, and Nciza had previously been confirmed for your sister-in-law Sowetan, Daily Dispatch, that they had been working together on three tables, t Loliwe, Phendula and Girl Country.
Leope couldn't reach both on phones. Nciza said that Leope was overseas.
In a mobile phone interview yesterday, Nciza smiled at Zahara's financial claims.
He said her three favorite records could not help her up. “Now that things are going bad she wants to make an excuse and to celebrate her fingers,” said Nciza.
When asked what money had been made by the whole company from selling three Zahara records, Nciza said: "I can't give you the number from the top of my head."
He refused all the charges made by Zahara, saying there was no way he could be condemning his conviction, as he was paid by another royal surname.