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Xenophobia leaves artiste’s daughter-in-law R150 000 poorer

Yvonne Chaka Chaka’s daughter-in-law Nkateko Khoza has lost merchandise worth over R150 000 from vandalism and looting during xenophobic attacks in Johannesburg. Her clothing store Lufi-D, located in the Maboneng Precinct, was one of the many outlets in the region that were broken into and looted on Sunday. Khoza’s high-profile clientele includes her mother-in-law, Natasha The post Xenophobia leaves artiste’s daughter-in-law R150 000 poorer appeared first on Zimbabwe Today.


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