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Yvonne Chaka Chaka born Yvonne Machaka in is an internationally recognised South African singer, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur, humanitarian and teacher. The song "Umqombothi" was featured in the opening scene of the movie Hotel Rwanda. As a young performer Yvonne was the first Black child [4] to appear on South African television in She was chosen by Nelson Mandela as the first ambassador for his children's fund, and has also established her own charity, the Princess of Africa Foundation, using the name first given to her in Uganda.

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Yvonne Chaka Chaka born Yvonne Machaka in is an internationally recognised South African singer, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur, humanitarian and teacher. The song "Umqombothi" was featured in the opening scene of the movie Hotel Rwanda. As a young performer Yvonne was the first Black child [4] to appear on South African television in She was chosen by Nelson Mandela as the first ambassador for his children's fund, and has also established her own charity, the Princess of Africa Foundation, using the name first given to her in Uganda.

She teaches literacy part-time at the University of South Africa, sits on several boards of charitable organisations and NGOs, and serves on the board of the Johannesburg Tourism Company.

Chaka Chaka was born in Dobsonville in Soweto. Her father died when she was 11 and her mother, a domestic worker , brought up three daughters on her meagre 40 Rand a month salary. Sangoma was released in on Mercury Records [5]. Throughout her illustrious career Chaka Chaka has met people like Nelson Mandela singing at his 85th birthday party , the Queen and Oprah Winfrey. Legends Dolly Rathebe and Dorothy Masuka describe Yvonne's music as "something that all should listen to".

My mother because she has always been there for me. My mother raised three daughters single-handedly on a domestic worker's salary. That took great courage and strength. She is my mentor and hero. When I was born in in Soweto, it was during apartheid , and those were extremely difficult times. My dad was a great musician who could never realize his dream. He died when I was 11 years old. I inherited my talent from both parents, so music has always been in my blood.

When I was little I would strum an empty tin and blow into a broom stick pretending it was a microphone. I sang in church choirs. I loved singing.

I am blessed that I achieved my destiny, and been able to accomplish what my father could not. Of the numerous world leaders Yvonne has met, she says her favourite is mentor and father figure, Nelson Mandela. He said,. It is what we make of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another.

Yvonne, you are a testament to my belief. Your generosity has benefited untold numbers of families and orphans facing the challenges of AIDS, terminal illness, abuse, poverty and illiteracy. Yvonne has four sons with her husband Tiny Mhinga, [3] who is related to Mavivi Myakayaka Manzini and is the uncle to Lebohang Manzini.

She has a degree and diploma from the University of South Africa , one in adult education, another in local government, management and administration. She also studied speech and drama at Trinity College, London , she graduated with a bachelor's degree in Chaka Chaka has her own music label and her own production company, as well as owning a limousine company together with her husband, Dr Mandlalele Tiny Mhinga.

In she signed an open letter which the ONE Campaign had been collecting signatures for; the letter was addressed to Angela Merkel and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma , urging them to focus on women as they serve as the head of the G7 in Germany and the AU in South Africa respectively, which will start to set the priorities in development funding before a main UN summit in September that will establish new development goals for the generation.

She is part of the Ashinaga Kenjin-Tatsujin International Advisory Council, [8] supporting orphaned students across Africa to access quality tertiary education. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Yvonne Chaka Chaka. African Minds. Retrieved 9 May Retrieved 21 November SA Soldier. March Retrieved 2 February The Guardian. Retrieved 8 May Categories : births Living people South African female singers South African musicians 20th-century South African singers 21st-century South African singers 20th-century women singers 21st-century women singers.

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