The 53-year-old star Yvonne Chaka as of late drew adulation from fans in the wake of showing up on a TV appearance with Karen Zoid with silver roots. 

Music veteran Yvonne Chaka has lost numerous dear companions in the course of the most recent couple of years yet says that as she gets more seasoned she doesn't stress excessively over death, however about the heritage, she will desert. 

Yvonne disclosed to TshisaLIVE that she has chosen to grasp becoming more established, yet that doesn't mean she is intending to resign. 

“I am never going to dye my grey. I love it. It shows that I have lived. I travel around the world and I see children dying at the age of five, so I am grateful for my life lived and I want to use it to help make a difference. I want to reach out and also make a difference through my music. As long as there is something to fight for, I won’t retire or shy away.” 

She said that she had lost a considerable measure of dear companions in the course of the most recent couple of years, including Bra Hugh Masekela, however, wouldn't enable the possibility of death to divert her from giving back.

“I don’t worry much about death. When I was younger I was scared and wouldn’t even talk about it, now I don’t care. Life is for the living. If I was to die today, I would be gone. I don’t worry because maybe I’ll be in a better place. Here you worry about crime and poverty, but when you are dead, you are dead. There is none of that worry.”

Ma Yvonne wants to use her experience to help others, leading to Ma Winnie Mandela once asking her to mentor songstress Zahara.

“I really love her. When I saw her for the first time, I was blown away and told everyone that this girl was going to go places. I think the important thing is to keep your feet on the ground and know what you want to do, you will always remain a star. I think that and working hard. There is no substitute.”

Watch Yvonne performing the Shona song Kana Uchema:

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