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Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Dr Mhinga celebrate 30 years of marriage

Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Dr Mhinga

Yvonne Chaka Chaka and her hubby celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary today – The Princess of Africa took to Instagram to post a beautiful message to her husband to acknowledge their special jubilee – Fans flooded Yvonne’s post with congratulatory messages and best wishes for their long-lasting marriage.

It’s not often that we see a couple reach an incredible milestone like 30 years of marriage in today’s world, which is why an occasion like this is really special to legendary veteran singer, Yvonne Chaka Chaka and her hubby, Dr Mandlalele Mhinga.

Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Dr Mhinga

Yvonne took to Instagram this morning to share her special day with her fans. She posted a diagram which emphasises the significance of 7 October. She wrote: “God is amazing all the time. 30 years ago Dr Mhinga asked for my hand in marriage and I said Yes I DO. 30 years later we still together. Today is our 30th wedding anniversary. I can not stop thanking the Lord who brought us together, I was 24. Now I am 54 and we have been together for 30 years. Time flies, 7th October 1989 we said Yes We Do. We Thank You Lord. We thank our families, our children and our friends. And all those who have supported us and encouraged us a big Thank you. Tiny.

Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Dr Mhinga

Yvonne also posted a sweet video of her and Dr Mhinga during a photo shoot, where the photographer asked him to kiss his wife, but he felt really shy to do that in front of others.

Take a look at the video below

In other news – Pastor Cedric Zulu dumped by wife on their honeymoon over S.e.x

Instead of romance and living happily ever after, a pastor was left heartbroken and with a protection order from the woman who had said “I do” only days earlier.

Pastor Cedric Zulu

Cedric Zulu, 29, senior pastor at New Jerusalem House of Prayer church in Witbank, Mpumalanga, said his conjugal rights were denied, despite paying a handsome lobola for his bride. Read more

Source: Briefly