Yvonne Chaka Chaka famously known as Princess of Africa, is an internationally recognized singer, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur and humanitarian. She was a musical sensation in the ’90s. Yvonne Chaka Chaka started singing at a very young age and was the first black child to appear on South African television in 1981; ever since her breakthrough, she has been dropping hit songs one after the other. However, the musician has been quiet, leaving Mzansi curious about her whereabouts.
Well, the I’m burning up hitmaker is also an academic intellectual with a cabinet of educational qualifications.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka last dropped a music album in 2006 titled Ndi Phendule. Since dropping her last album, she has managed to keep her private life off social media. However, we have connected the dots about how she makes money since she no longer produces new music.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka’s real-life occupation
Yvonne Chaka Chaka knows the value of education in one’s life and studied Speech and drama at Trinity College London, and she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in 1997. The songbird holds a Degree in Adult Education from the University of South Africa. She also has local Government Management and Administration Diploma from the same institution.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka is a Lecturer of literacy at the University of South Africa. She seats on several Boards of Philanthropic organizations and NGOs. The songster also serves on the board of the Johannesburg Tourism Company. Despite being booked to sing at events, Yvonne also makes money from her job as a Lecturer.
The Princess of Africa is the epitome of hard work with many arms like the tentacles of an octopus. Besides being a lecturer and singer, she is also a businesswoman who runs a thriving business empire. She owns a music record label and production company. Her music record label and production company engaged in a wide range of functions in the music industry, including new artist recruitment and development.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka haircare products: Image source @InstagramShe recently made headlines when she launched a beauty and skincare range. Her products are organic and specifically for black women like her. Sis is a hardworking lady who stops at nothing to secure the bag. She is in her late fifties yet she is still dreaming big.
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