Zahara’s sisters dragged to court over vandalism of the late singer’s property


Late Zahara’s home destroyed by her sisters

Zahara’s sisters have been sued for destroying the deceased’s property.

According to Sunday World, the new owner of the late singer’s home threatened to file a case of vandalism and malicious property damage.

The sisters, Lumka Mkutukana and Bandezwa Mkutukana-Febana vacated the house on Friday, but scattered items in the house and went away with some of the items that are part of the house.

“The sisters had occupied the singer’s home in Little Falls, Roodepoort, since her passing and allegedly left the house in an inhabitable state when they were evicted last week. They allegedly trashed the residence, stole the built-in stove. They also allegedly removed the ceiling and the wooden double garage doors, broke the front gate, and left poo in the pool.”

An agent disclosed to the publication that the damages are worth R300,000.

“They have caused damage that easily amounts to over R300 000,” said the agent.
“They stayed at this house rent-free for over six months. What kind of thanks is this? Who does this to someone else’s property?”

“It makes no sense what they did there. It just screams of anger and ungratefulness. The owner is within his rights to open a case and is currently weighing his options,” the agent added.


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