Mai Chisamba’s Age Shocks Zimbabweans, Reveals Her Anti-Ageing Secret
Businesswoman and veteran talk show host Rebecca Chisamba’s age has shocked many Zimbabweans after it was revealed that she will be turning 70-years-old in October this year.
This was revealed in an interview between Miss V Candy and Mai Chisamba on the podcast Candid With Candy recently.
Among what the two ladies discussed, Miss V Candy asked Mai Chisamba about her anti ageing secret to which she responded that it’s just by the grace of God and personal hygiene.
Many social media users have alluded that since they have known Mai Chisamba on television, she appears not to be ageing.
Watch the video below:
One comment from Facebook user Clive Masarakufa reads:
I believe some people GENETICALLY don’t significantly change as they age. Another good example is Clive Mono Mukundu. If you ask they can’t really attribute anything they specially do to almost look the same after years and years.
Mai Chisamba is one of the pioneering talk show hosts to emerge out of Zimbabwe.
She is popularly known for her talk show called Mai Chisamba as well as a newspaper column on which people write to her on marital issues.
Mai Chisamba is currently on the list of the most influential women in the country that also includes the likes of Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa, Danai Gurira and Eunor Guti among others.
In other news, iHarare reported that as fans piece together the potential soundscapes of Beyoncé’s Renaissance seventh album, Mzansi is convinced Beyonce’s song Break My Soul and cover art were inspired by the late South African singer Brenda Fasie.
One Twitter user could not help but feel that Beyoncé chanelled in Brenda Fasie in her new song.
Is she channelling Brenda Fassie?
Netizens concurred with his sentiments, with some even saying that her song sounds like a sample from Brenda Fasie’s song Ngiyakusaba.
Another tweep, @DrQabaka wrote:
I swear, when I saw that cover, I thought of the Legendary Brenda Fassie as well.