- Yvonne Chaka Chaka married her husband Dr Mandlalele Mhinga 31 years ago
- Taking to social media, Yvonne shared a picture of her and her husband back in the day, serving major marriage goals
- Yvonne let the youth of today know that true love has no expiry date
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Yvonne Chaka Chaka served some OG marriage goals with a young throwback picture of her and her man. True love does not die and marriage does not expire!
Unfortunately, in today’s time's relationships are not valued like they were in the good old days. More people get divorced than actually stay married.
Briefly.co.za came across a sweet throwback post Yvonne made on social media where she served some on point marriage goals. 31 years and counting.
Yvonne married her husband Dr Mandlalele Mhinga 31 years ago and she knew when she made that promise to him and to God that she was going to keep it.
Taking to social media, Yvonne shared a picture of her and her husband back in the day and let her followers know that there is no expiry date on their love. Preach, ma!
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“31 years is a long time, checked the marriage certificate, can’t find the expiry date. God has been good. Thank you all ❤️”
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that veteran songstress and songwriter Yvonne Chaka Chaka has challenged artists from all over the world to help each other amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Umqombothi hitmaker took to Instagram to urge her peers in the creative industry to assist artists who are struggling financially due to the coronavirus lockdown in most parts of the world. The singer said she understands that most creatives are going through a tough time because they can't make money during these trying times as lockdown regulations don't allow artists to go out and perform.
"To the creative industry of the world, Covid-19 has put everything into a standstill. We can't move, we can't perform, we can't go to theatres, we can't go anywhere. But with that said, music is love, music is king. We may have been separated, but you know what, nothing can divide us. Music is love."
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